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An examination or test is an educational assessment intended to measure a test-taker’s knowledge or skill.
The updated Speaking exam in grade 10-humanitarian (2022-2023) is made up of 15 tickets covering the main areas of British culture, history, geography and traditions.
These exam papers are developed to test students’ English language skills. The Speaking test is taken face to face, with a student and examiners. This creates a more realistic and reliable measure of your ability to use English to communicate.
A student who is learning to speak English should learn about the history of Great Britain, its traditions, people, literature, and even cuisine. By taking a foreign language, a person learns about a place and its people as well as the language spoken there. We do care about learning the culture behind the languages we study. Culture is not a major and inseparable component of “knowing” a language; it is also one of the most enjoyable aspects of acquiring a new language and keeping yourself motivated. Trying to avoid the culture of a language is actually rather hard to do if you study a language to a thorough level and interact with its speakers. Learning a language without the cultural framework is not effective.
The purpose of the course in general and the oral examination in particular is not only to teach our students to be multilingual, but also multicultural.
In grade 11 humanitarian students can choose between the topics that we have covered during the school year. They can focus on the angle they prefer.
While designing new Curriculum we try to give our students give more food for reflection and individual research. Apart from the basic mandatory standard program we touch upon a number of angles within the Unit, we can mention them briefly or come very closely, but our students get a chance to grasp the ideas and develop them in their own way. Thus, we pave the ground to upcoming changes in the Curriculum, which require more freedom for individual research.
A research assignment needs more than just a topic. Research is problem-solving with information. It is more than a simple report of what is already known.
As we brainstorm a topic, we will probably find something within that topic to investigate. This is called an angle. The angle is a smaller, more specific element within the larger topic. The angles are what they will investigate with the context of the larger topic under our guidance.
The senior students will have a splendid opportunity to demonstrate both speaking skills and their understanding of the material researched. They will go through the challenges of speaking using visual aids in most creative way.
We take into consideration our students’ inclinations in case they have their own preferences.
Department of Foreign Languages
High School after Karen Demirchian

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