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Reference No. 15GB9615003 To be quoted on all Correspondence Statement of Results Candidate name An Example THIS IS NOT A CERTIFICATE Cambridge English Language Assessment reserves the right to amend the information given before the issue of certificates to successful candidates. Date 15 November 2016 Listening Reading & Writing Speaking These are your strengths in English. Using Starters vocabulary and grammar: You can answer ‘yes’ and ‘no’ to questions, and you say some words in English. You know some letters and numbers in English. Here are some things you can work on. Practice reading and understanding some simple sentences and very short texts that use common English words. Practice understanding and answering some very simple spoken questions in English about yourself and things you are looking at. Practice understanding some basic English words that you read and hear like numbers, colours, toys, animals, school or household objects. Practice writing English letters that you hear, and you spelling some very simple English words. Practice understanding some very short, simple English conversations where people ask and answer questions. What can I do to improve. Choose a story and read it or ask someone to help you. What’s your favourite story? Does it have a CD to listen to? In English, say sentences about you, your friends, your family. Can you say five sentences? Look for English words in the street, on TV and at home. How many can you find? When you see an English word, can you say all the letters in the word? Watch simple songs and short English cartoons and videos. What’s your favourite English cartoon character? Cambridge Young Learners: Starters

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  • Reference No.

    15GB9615003To be quoted on allCorrespondence

    Statement of Results

    Candidate name

    An Example

    THIS IS NOT A CERTIFICATECambridge English Language Assessment reserves the right to amend the information given before the issue of certificates to successful candidates.

    Date

    15 November 2016

    Listening Reading & Writing Speaking

    These are your strengths in English. Using Starters vocabulary and grammar:You can answer yes and no to questions, and you say some words in English. You know some letters and numbers in English.

    Here are some things you can work on.Practice reading and understanding some simple sentences and very short texts that use common English words.Practice understanding and answering some very simple spoken questions in English about yourself and things you are looking at.Practice understanding some basic English words that you read and hear like numbers, colours, toys, animals, school or household objects.Practice writing English letters that you hear, and you spelling some very simple English words.Practice understanding some very short, simple English conversations where people ask and answer questions.

    What can I do to improve.Choose a story and read it or ask someone to help you. Whats your favourite story? Does it have a CD to listen to?In English, say sentences about you, your friends, your family. Can you say five sentences? Look for English words in the street, on TV and at home. How many can you find? When you see an English word, can you say all the letters in the word?Watch simple songs and short English cartoons and videos. Whats your favourite English cartoon character?

    Cambridge Young Learners: Starters

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  • Cambridge English: Movers is an examination for young learners targeted at levels A1 and Pre-A1 of the Council of Europes Common European Framework of Reference. There is no pass or fail in Cambridge English: Movers. All children receive a certificate which shows how many shields they receive in each skill (Speaking, Reading & Writing and Listenting.The maximum score is five shields.

    B1

    A2

    A1

    Pre

    A180

    100

    120

    140

    160

    CEFR Level

    CambridgEnglishScale MoversStarters Flyers Key for Schools

    Distinction

    Merit

    Pass

    Level A1

    Cambridge English: Young Learners tests are produced by Cambridge English Language Assessment, part of the University of Cambridge. They are designed to help children achieve internationally recognised standards of English. There are three levels Starters, Movers and Flyers linked to the Council of Europes Common European Framework of Reference for Languages at Levels A1 and A2.

    Results for Cambridge Young Learner exams are also aligned to the Cambridge English Scale (CES). The CES is designed to complement the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)

    For more information on the CES, please visit www.cambridgeenglish.org/exams/cambridge-english-scale

    The table below provides a summary of the language abilities of young learners at the Pre-A1 A2 level of the CEFR:

    Listening and Speaking Reading and Writing

    A2

    120139

    100119

    Below 100

    CAN understand basic personal details and descriptionsCAN understand short conversations with simple sentencesCAN understand instructions given in more than one sentenceCAN state their full name and ageCAN give descriptions of objects, pictures and actions in basic sentencesCAN respond to direct questions with simple sentencesCAN ask basic questions about everyday topics

    CAN understand short dialogues and stories about everyday topicsCAN understand short stories containing narrative tensesCAN understand the general meaning of short factual textsCAN write short, narrative text using simple sentences

    A1 CAN understand basic personal details and descriptions if given slowlyCAN understand short conversations with simple phrases if spoken slowlyCAN understand basic instructions given in short simple phrasesCAN state their ageCAN give basic descriptions of objects, pictures and actionsCAN identify and state basic differences between objectsCAN respond to basic questions with very simple phrases

    CAN understand short descriptions of everyday objectsCAN understand short, simple dialogues and stories about everyday topics with the help of picturesCAN understand the general meaning of short factual texts with the help of picturesCAN write short, simple, isolated phrases about everyday topics and concrete situationsCAN link words or phrases with basic connectors (and, then)

    Pre-A1 CAN state their nameCAN understand letters of the alphabetCAN name common everyday objectsCAN understand basic instructions if given slowlyCAN understand basic personal details and descriptions if given slowly and repeatedCAN understand names of everyday objects and common coloursCAN give basic descriptions of everyday objectsCAN respond to basic questions with simple or yes/no responses

    CAN recognise and write very common everyday itemsCAN spell simple everyday words correctlyCAN copy everyday wordsCAN understand very simple descriptions of people and everyday objectsCAN recognise single/plural forms of nounsCAN understand simple questions of everyday situationsCAN follow simple stories written in very simple language

    For further details of Cambridge Young Learners tests please visit

    www.cambridgeenglish.org/younglearners