Today, following on from my previous posts on 2018 Starters and 2018 Movers, I’m going to share links to online resources for the 2018 Cambridge English: Movers Test.
The 2018 Handbook.
In this, you can find out what’s on each Test. The wordlists, the grammar and structures list, the format of the different Parts of the Tests (Listening, Reading and Writing and Speaking).
In the Handbook, I’d particularly recommend the Tips for preparing learners for the different parts of the test.
You’ll find tips for Flyers Listening on page 37, for Reading and Writing on pages 39-41 and for Speaking on page 43.
Link to the 2018 Young Learners Handbook: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/young-learners-handbook-2018.pdf.
For a summary of changes to Flyers, go here:
Flyers Sample Papers 1: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/flyers-sample-papers-2018-vol1.pdf
and the Audio file for Sample Papers 1: http://www.cambridgeenglish.org/images/flyers-sample-listening-2018.mp3
* The audio file is available as a link within the pdf document for Sample Papers 2.
Download the Flyers Alphabetical Wordlist here:
And the Flyers Word List Picture Book here:
Flyers Speaking Test
Watch Beltran doing his Flyers Speaking Test here:
And read the Examiner’s comments here:
Teaching Tips for 2018 Flyers:
For the new Flyers Reading and Writing Part 7 writing task:
In the Handbook, on page 40, you have two sample picture stories.
On page 41, you have the Assessment Criteria and also some sample stories for the two picture stories on page 40 with marks and explanations for the marks given.
On the World of Fun website, you can find the Flyers Writing Skills Booklet I wrote a few months ago:
Rachel Jeffries has some tips for working on this new task here:
Flyers Listening Part 5
Flyers Speaking Part 3 (Picture Story)
That’s the last of my posts on online resources for the 2018 Cambridge English: Young Learners Tests.
Soon, I’ll be writing some Spotlight posts to focus on the different tasks in Starters, Movers and Flyers.
Watch this space!