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I. Course Description
1B is thesecond Basic English course for tourism training. All the language skillsincluding speaking, listening, writing and reading are taught with the emphasison speaking and listening. Through various activities like discussions,role-plays, interviews, short presentations, surveys and problem solving,students continue to improve their communication skill, which is essential forstudents majoring in tourism. Especially, student has chance to build up theirconfidence in giving talks in front of the public through their oralassignment. On the average four listening parts ineach unit are aimed to upgradelistening skills, supplement the speaking tasks as models and presentgrammatical structures. Topics on daily life (leisure activities, common healthproblems etc.) are adjusted to tourism training. In terms of pronunciation,stops and continuants are introduced along with exercises for practice to helpVietnamese students correct their common difficulties and mistakes inpronouncing the final sounds.
II. Learning Outcomes
After the course, students will have been able to
1. Speaking:
- Talkabout past events and past experience, esp. about vacations; make plans;
- Askand describe location of places; describe the neighborhoods;
- Askabout & describe people’s appearance;
- Askabout & describe cities, ask for & give suggestions, talk about travel& tourism;
- Talkabout health problems, ask for & give advice; make requests, ask for &give suggestions for common health problems.

  • Listening:

- Develop a wide varietyof listening skills: listening for specific words, listening for gist, listening for details,inferring meaning from context;
- Listen to and identifya variety of topics: descriptionsand opinions of past events and vacations; location of places &descriptions of places in neighborhoods; descriptions of people; time, place& descriptions of an event; descriptions of cities & hometowns; andrequests; suggestions for common health problems.
3. Writing:
- Writea postcard using past simple tense to describe a real or imagined trip;
- Writea description of a home;
- Writea description of someone;
- Writea description of an unusual activity;
- Writea description of an interesting city;
- Writeabout a home remedy.
4. Reading:
Develop a variety of reading skills: reading for details,skimming, scanning, and making inferences;
- Read and obtain knowledgeand language related to various topics: vacations, neighborhood descriptions,history of jeans, risky sports, famous cities, health problems and remedies.
5. Pronunciation:
- Correctly produce the reduced form of “did you”,“there is” & “there are”, “have”, “to”;
- correctly pronounce “can’t & shouldn’t”
- Know how to produce stops & continuants ingeneral; define stops and continuants contrast & produce confusion pairscorrectly including /s/ & /t/, /θ/ & /t/, /r/ & /d/
- Make word-linking and rhythm
- Make final consonants of separated words
6. Grammar:
- Correctly use past simple tense;
- Correctly use “there is”, “there are”, “howmany”, “how much” & quantity adverbs with countable/uncountable nouns; & prepositions of location;
- Correctly use modifiers with participles &prepositions & Wh- questions to ask about people’s appearance;
- Correctlyuse present perfect tense, esp. with “already” & “yet”; identify presentperfect & past simple contrast;
- Correctly use adverbs & adjectives,conjunctions “but, and, however, & though”, modal verbs “can & should”;
- Correctly use infinitive complements, use modalverbs “can, could, may” for requests.




1B EXAM GUIDELINES
1. Conditions to take the final exam:
- Attendat least 80% of class hour
- Completeall the assigned homework and exercises
- Passthe assignment “Show and Tell”
- Followregulations about wearing uniform and being on time for each period.
2. Grading standard:
Attendanceand participation: 10%
Assignment:30%
Finalwritten exam: 30%
Finaloral exam: 30%
Format and band score of written examquestions



Focus

Topic

Kinds of questions

Numbers of items

Score

Part I. READING


Reading Comprehension
1 passage of reading (around ½ A4 size paper)


Topics: leisure activities, neighborhood, appearance and fashion, cities, common health complaints



Multiple choice/
True or False/


2 items
(10 questions for each)


2 points

PART II. USE OF ENGLISH

I. Grammar – pronunciation

- Grammar: past tense, preposition of position, ‘how much’ & ‘how many’, questions for describing people, modifiers with participle & prepositions, present perfect, adv-adj.-conj, modal verbs, infinitive complements,
- Pronunciation: reduced form of ‘did you’, ‘have’, ‘to’, contrastive stress, ‘can’t’ & ‘shouldn’t’, stops & continuants

Multiple choice/
True or False/
matching

20 questions

2 points


II. English in context

Topics: leisure activities, neighborhood, appearance and fashion, cities, common health complaints

Multiple choice/
True or False/
Matching/ fill in the blanks

20 questions

2 points

PART III. LISTENING

Listening Comprehension

(1 recording 3 -4 minutes)

Topics: leisure activities, neighborhood, appearance and fashion, cities, common health complaints

Multiple choice/
True or False/
Matching/ fill in the blanks

2 items
(5 questions for each)

2 points

PART IV. WRITING

Writing Skills:
Write a paragraph

Topics: leisure activities, neighborhood, appearance and fashion, cities, common health complaints

Format : 0.5
Content : 1
Language : 0.5

150 - 200 – words

2 points
Format of oral exam:
Ss are expected tounderstand the material covered in class and then be able to apply thisinformation to questions or situations posed by the teacher. Memorization ofthe course material will not be helpful. The student will need to pay closeattention in class, understand the concepts and then be able to think and talkabout this material by themselves.
There are two parts in the oral exam: Topic andpronunciation.
- Topic:students will choose one question/ topic and then will have one minute for preparation. Eachstudent will need to speak for about 5minutes about the chosen question, and then answer the questions raised bythe teacher.
- Pronunciation: 1-2 minutes. Students will be askedto read out loud words, phrases or sentences selected by teachers.

E.g. Topic:Life in the city

Questions:
· Would you like tolive in a city? Why? Why not?
· Would you like tolive in the countryside? Why? Why not?
· What is thedifference between life in the city and in the countryside?
· What are theadvantages and disadvantages about living in the city?
· What are theadvantages and disadvantages about living in the countryside?
Oral exam topics
1. Leisure activities: popular leisure activities of the Vietnamese people & Vietnamesestudents; past events (last weekend, last holiday, etc.), give opinions aboutpast experiences.
2. Neighborhood:describe places in your neighborhood (location, interest, etc.) & give youropinion; features of a community; characteristics of cities in Vietnam.
3. Appearance & Fashion: describe people; fashion trends in Vietnam; jeans
4. Unusual ways to spend time: unusual activities in your place (hometown, other places inVietnam),what you have done – describe the events; lifestyles; risky sports.
5. Cities:describe cities in Vietnam;aspects of Vietnam appealingto tourists; advices for tourists to Vietnam; necessary informationabout each destination.
6. Common health complaints: describeyour health problems (symptoms, cure or remedy), common health problems in Vietnam &advices for tourists; home remedy; cold & flu.
Oral exam rubrics+ Content / Topic Presentation: 2 points


Grade

Description

2

provides detailed presentation on question selected; shows competence in understanding and expressing ideas with relevant information in a clear, logical format/progression

1.5

provides a relevant presentation on question selected; shows a good basic understanding of the topic, but ideas and progression not always clear

1

lack of general understanding of question selected; poor and/or confusing ideas

0.5

very limited understanding of question selected; ideas are repeated or no clear connection to question selected

0

provides no presentation or irrelevant presentation

+ Fluency: 2 points

Grade

Description

2

natural, fluent and persuasive language; little or no hesitancy before speaking; communication flows at a smooth pace

1.5

fluent and persuasive language; minimal delay before speaking; communication flows smoothly

1

short delay between expression of thoughts; occasional errors, but communication continues

0.5

long pauses; repetition of words; over-dependence on gestures and use of isolated words
+ Accuracy: 2 points


Grade

Description

2

accurate and appropriate use of grammar; wide range of vocabulary; no difficulty in communication

1.5

high level of accuracy and appropriate use of grammar with occasional errors; above average range of vocabulary; clear

1

correct use of grammar; fairly limited vocabulary; occasional errors that don’t impede communication or understanding

0.5

inaccurate use of grammar; incorrect use of terminology causing problems in communication; limited vocabulary

0

inaccurate and confusing use of grammar; very limited vocabulary; incomprehensible speech; communication impeded

+ Question and answer: 2 points

Grade

Description

2

clear, complete answers to questions; many supporting ideas

1.5

good, complete answers to questions

1

basic, sufficient answer to only the question asked

0.5

incomplete, unclear answers; lack of quality ideas

0

no understanding of questions asked; cannot answer


+ Pronunciation:2 points


Grade

Description

2

comprehensive knowledge of sounds and pronunciation rules; clear, accurate production; minimal errors that don’t affect understanding

1.5

good knowledge of sounds and pronunciation rules; clear, comprehensible pronunciation; some errors may affect understanding

1

knowledge of sounds and pronunciation rules, but requires concerted effort to produce; some hesitation; noticeable errors affecting understanding

0.5

vague knowledge of sounds and pronunciation rules, but incapable of comprehensible production

0

no understanding of sounds and pronunciation rules; merely reading as required by the teacher

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