Monday, November 25, 2013

NA Listening Key CD2


Part 1
1b   2 a   3 a   4 c   5 b   6 b   7 c   8 c

Part 2

The Museum Association was started (9) two years ago.
Their task is to change the way people think about museums in the next (10) five years.
Ms Edwards worked for a big (11) advertising agency before coming to work for the Association.
Museums must be more (12) active in the way they attract visitors.
Museums were mainly for people with high levels of (13) education.
Ms Edwards would like museums to have (14) close links with schools in the area.
She wants museums top be friendly like (15) shopping malls.
A trip to the museum can be (16) exhausting for most people.
Investigating in museums is a way of investing in (17) the future of the country.
The Museum Festival next year will be held in (18) June.

Part 3

19 A   20 E   21 F   22 B   25 C

Part 4
24     T            
25     F
26     F
27     T
28     F
29     F
30    T

Music and the Counterculture of the 1960s



A Celebration Of The Woodstock Music And Art Fa...



As part of the syllabus for the Advanced level, students are required to have experience in note-taking while attending a conference on a specific theme. For this reason, and as an extension of our Beatles’ evening, the EOI Santa Brígida has invited Dr Daniel Fyfe of the ULPGC to give a talk about the music of the 1960s and its relationship with society at that time. It will take place in the library on the ground floor of the School at 7.30 pm on Wednesday 27th November. Attendance is compulsory for NA, but everyone is more than welcome. It promises to be most entertaining and informative!
 

 

This Week's Idea worth spreading


Here is a link to a really fascinating site for students who would like to read articles of interest in easy, understandable English.

NI2 Answer Key CD2


A sea slug
 
1
1A  2B  3C  4A  5B
2
1  landmarks  2 (British) engineer  3 competition  4  1754   5  9.5 metres
3
1F  2D  3C  4B  5A
4
1C  2A  3B  4C  5B
5
1C  2A  3C  4B  5A
6
1  1987  2  (BBC) weatherman  3  hurricane  4  (weather) forecast  5  lunchtime
7
1F  2A  3C  4B  5E
8
1  15th July  2  over 300 years  3  tomatoes  4  (special) gloves  5  in the crowd
9
1B  2A  3C  4B  5B
10
1  experienced actors  2  being prepared  3  riding a bicycle  4  read the reviews  5  confidence
11
1B  2F  3D  4E  5C
12
1A  2B  3A  4C  5B
13
1B  2B  3A  4C  5C
14
1  play football (professionally)  2  diet and fitness  3  spend time alone  4  plan the (whole) season  5  set a world record.
15
1F  2A  3C  4B  5E
16
1  tied up  2  (expensive) electrical goods  3  mobile  4  tall and well-built  5  in a month

Week Beginning Monday 18th November

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

This Week's Speaking Idea


 
 
 
Oddly enough, if you want to communicate effectively, you first have to be a good listener. It’s essential to pay attention when someone else is talking so that you can respond to the other person and keep the conversation going.
 
 • If you’re making polite conversation with someone you don’t know well, try to draw them out by asking about their interests.

 • Don’t just take over the conversation, or you’ll come across as a dominant bore.

 • If you ask someone a question, don’t jump in with another question before you’ve heard the answer to the first one.

 • Don’t cut someone off in the middle of what they’re saying – even if it is boring!
 
• When it’s your turn to speak, provide enough information to get your point across, but don’t ramble on.

 • If you want to get through to people, don’t use words they won’t know, or long, drawn-out sentences. It’s far better to keep it simple.

 There’s nothing worse than talking over people: it’s very irritating, and no one likes it.
 
Source: Ken Patterson, OUP

Monday, November 11, 2013

First Reader for NI2


Please do (a) Before Reading - everything; (b) Check your Reading - everything; (c) After Reading - Ex 1, 2, 3, 6 and 9. (Don't do Ex 7.)  Deadline = 8th / 9th January.

This Week's Speaking Idea


Week Beginning Monday 4th November

Friday, November 8, 2013

First Reader for NA1


The first reader for NA1 is now available in the office.
 
 
Please do (a) Before reading - everything; (b) Check your Reading - everything; (c) After Reading - Ex 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7.  Deadline = 8th January

Sunday, November 3, 2013

EOI Friends Abroad


Friends and former colleagues of Josue (NI2 2012-2013) might like to know that he is now working as a land surveyor in Equatorial Guinea. What a wonderful experience!

Answer Key NA1 CD1

A baby foal
 
1. 
1  C   2  B   3  B   4  A   5  A   6  B   7  A   8  C

2.
1   over / more than 150   2  information assistant   3  a (small) town   4   was asleep / sleeping   5   luggage / clothes    6   Travel Care   7   Terminal Duty Team
8   check-in area   9   Passenger Services   10   flight delays

3.
1  E   2  A   3  D   4  F   5  B

4.
1  B   2  B   3  B   4  A   5  A   6  C   7  A

5.
1  B   2  A   3  C   4  A   5  B   6  B   7  C   8  B

6.
1   up to / no more than 4 minutes   2  special nature   3  (a) separate microphone

4  (the) best interview   5  issues   6  (any) equipment   7  (a) special project(s)

8  Our Society Today   9  clearly labelled   10  for collection

7.
1  D   2  F   3  E   4  C   5  A

8.
1  Y   2  N   3  Y   4  N   5  Y   6  Y   7  Y

9.

1  A   2  B   3  A   4  B   5  C   6  A   7  A   8  A

10.

1   shops (too) crowded   2  children’s area   3  not enough signs   4  comfortable seating   5  (big/wide) range of food   6  horrible design   7  bargains / low prices in the shops   8  (lots of / endless / long) queues   9  (the) fun room   10  poor quality of the food

11.

1  A   2  D   3  E   4  B   5  F

12.

1  C   2  B   3  A   4  A   5  C   6  A   7  C

13.

1  Theatre Studies   2  practical   3  Drama in Education   4  Artistic Managers

5  financial situation   6  good reviews   7  best comedy production   8  (a) TV commercial / advert(isement)   9  (a) major/large/big/important company
10  to be unemployed

NI2 CD1 Answer Key

Attentive listening pays.

CD 1 Track 9
1.     5 minutes
2.     Have a coffee
3.     September
4.     On holiday
5.     2 weeks
6.     Saturday
7.     B
8.     C
9.     B
10.  A
 
CD Track 10
 1.     Range
2.     a/the list
3.     catch him
4.     B
5.     C
6.     A
7.     B
8.     A
9.     C
10.  Work and scores

 CD Track 11
1.     D
2.     C
3.     B
4.     50 questions
5.     A
6.     A
7.     M
8.     A
9.     A
10.  M

CD Track 12
1.     1812
2.     1814
3.     1817
4.     1817
5.     1818
6.     1822
7.     C
8.     A
9.     1838
10.  1840 … bicycle
 
CD Track 13
1.     A
2.     B
3.     C
4.     B
5.     A
6.     B
7.     Daily
8.     The/an automatic
9.     9911 4425
10.  40 Park

CD Track 14
1-4. A, B, E and F (in any order)
5.     up to
6.     expense
7.     volunteers
8.     of charge
9.     5,000 pounds
10.  D
 
CD Track 15
1.     B
2.     B
3.     C
4.     A
5.     Detail
6.     Space and the individual
7.     Read simple directions
8.     Maps
9.     Writing essays
10.  Right order

CD Track 16
1.     C
2.     D
3.     B
4.     B
5.     A
6.     B
7.     Proportion
8.     Rubbish/(other) traps
9.     Fish farms
10.  Cod stocks/cod population