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Aptis for Teachers Writing: Prueba 2

Aptis for Teachers Writing prueba 2

Aptis for Teachers Writing: Prueba 2

Aquí tienes el segundo test de Writing con respuestas modelo de Aptis for Teachers. Encontrarás más detalles sobre la estructura de cada parte del test en Test de escritura 1 y en el Resumen de escritura. También hay consejos para hacer cada tarea y un resumen general de lo que debes recordar. Así que aquí sólo te haremos un breve recordatorio. Hay cuatro partes en el test de Writing de Aptis, y tienes 50 minutos para completarlo. Las cuatro partes de la prueba se basan en el mismo tema.

Para esta prueba de muestra hemos utilizado el tema de ir a una visita de intercambio de profesores. Primero te vamos a dar la hoja de examen en blanco, para que puedas probar por ti mismo antes de ver la prueba de Writing con respuestas modelo. Pon un cronómetro para que te acostumbres a hacer la prueba en condiciones de examen. Te sugerimos que asignes tu tiempo de la siguiente manera:

3 minutos para la primera parte

7 minutos para la segunda parte

10 minutos para la tercera parte

10 minutos para la primera tarea y 20 minutos para la segunda tarea de la cuarta parte.

Estos son todos los tiempos máximos – lo ideal sería completar cada tarea un poco más rápido. Intenta dejarte unos minutos al final para leer tus respuestas y comprobar si hay errores de ortografía, puntuación y gramática. Recuerda que debes utilizar párrafos y que no has sobrepasado el número de palabras.

Aptis for Teachers: Writing Practice Test 2

Part One

You are going on a teacher exchange visit. You have 5 messages from a teacher at the exchange school. Write short replies (1-5 words) to each message. Suggested time: 3 minutes.

  1. Where do you work?
  2. What do you in your free time?
  3. Do you have any pets?
  4. What is your favourite subject?
  5. What type of music do you like?

 

Part Two

Before you go on the exchange visit, you have a form to complete. Use 20–30 words. Suggested time: 7 minutes.

Tell us why you want to take part in the exchange programme.

 

Part Three

Before you go on the exchange visit, you have to opportunity to chat online to teachers at the exchange school. Talk to them using sentences. Use 30-40 words for each answer. Suggested time: 10 minutes.

Tell us about your school.

What do you hope to learn on the exchange?

What do you like the most about your job?

 

Part Four

You receive this message from the agency that’s organising the exchange trip.

Dear Marge, Teresa and Donna

We are writing to inform you that there has been a slight change to your visit next week. The hotel where you are booked to stay has written to inform us that they can no longer offer individual rooms, only one shared family room. This is due to emergency renovation beyond their control. They have said that it’s a large room with an en-suite bathroom. We understand that this is not ideal, but unfortunately it is the only hotel in the village.

We hope that this won’t inconvenience you too much.

Regards,

EducAgency

 

Task 1

Write an email to your friend. Write about your feelings and what you think the organisers should to about this situation. Write 40–50 words. Suggested time: 10 minutes. 

Task 2

Write an email to the organisation Write about your feelings and what you think the organisers should to about this situation. Write 120-150 words. Suggested time: 20 minutes.

Una vez que hayas terminado el examen de práctica, mira este vídeo. John explica las tareas de escritura con más detalle y también te da consejos e ideas. Si quieres, puedes activar los subtítulos. Debajo del vídeo encontrarás el test completo de Writing con respuestas modelo.

El Writing con Respuestas Modelo B2

Part One

You are going on a teacher exchange visit. You have 5 messages from a teacher at the exchange school. Write short replies (1-5 words) to each message. Suggested time: 3 minutes.

  1. Where do you work? Liverpool, in northwest England.
  2. What do you in your free time? I read and do gardening.
  3. Do you have any pets? Two budgies and a chinchilla.
  4. What is your favourite subject? I really love maths.
  5. What type of music do you like? I’m into death metal.

 

Part Two

Before you go on the exchange visit, you have a form to complete. Use 20–30 words. Suggested time: 7 minutes.

Tell us why you want to take part in the exchange program.

It’s an incredible opportunity to learn about how teachers in another country work. I think it’ll be fascinating! I’m really looking forward to practising my English too.

 

Part Three

Before you go on the exchange visit, you have to opportunity to chat online to teachers at the exchange school. Talk to them using sentences. Use 30-40 words for each answer. Suggested time: 10 minutes.

Tell us about your school.

It’s a comprehensive school in the suburbs of Liverpool. It was built in the 1960s and has around 700 students. It’s a great place to work as the staff are amazing and the head is really supportive.

What do you hope to learn on the exchange?

I think we can learn a lot by doing peer observation, so I’m keen on visiting other classrooms to watch how subjects are taught, especially maths. I’ve heard that your approach is quite different to ours.

What do you like the most about your job?

It’s extremely rewarding in terms of building up relationships. You can really get to know your students over the years, and as you often end up teaching their younger brothers and sisters too, you meet the whole family.

 

Part Four

You receive this message from the agency that’s organising the exchange trip.

Dear Marge, Teresa and Donna

We are writing to inform you that there has been a slight change to your visit next week. The hotel where you are booked to stay has written to inform us that they can no longer offer individual rooms, only one shared family room. This is due to emergency renovation beyond their control. They have said that it’s a large room with an en-suite bathroom. We understand that this is not ideal, but unfortunately it is the only hotel in the village.

We hope that this won’t inconvenience you too much.

Regards,

EducAgency

 

Task 1

Write an email to your friend. Write about your feelings and what you think the organisers should to about this situation. Write 40–50 words. Suggested time: 10 minutes. 

Hi Mally,

How are things with you? The exchange-trip organisers have just written to tell me I’ll have to share a room with Teresa and Donna. I’m not happy with that at all. Why can’t they put us in something like Airbnb?

Take care,

Marge

 

Task 2

Write an email to the organisation. Write about your feelings and what you think the organisers should to about this situation. Write 120-150 words. Suggested time: 20 minutes.

Dear EducAgency,

I am writing in response to the email about the change in accommodation. While I understand that the renovation is unavoidable and beyond your control, I am not at all satisfied with the suggested solution. Not only that, the trip starts next week, so you have left it extremely late to inform us.

Although sharing a room may be a good option for teenagers, we are three grown-up women and we are not prepared to do so.

I must say we feel sure you could find a more appropriate solution. Have you considered finding out whether there are people in the village who offer something like Airbnb? Failing that, perhaps there is a teacher at the school who would be happy to make some extra money by renting out a spare room.

We look forward to your swift reply.

Yours faithfully,

Marge Cardigan

 

Siguientes pasos

Asegúrate de haber hecho también Aptis for Teachers Writing: Prueba 1, otro writing con respuestas modelo B2.

Recuerda leer el El Writing de Aptis: Resumen y Consejos y los Consejos para Aprobar el Writing de Aptis.

También puedes practicar con el Aptis General Writing Test 1 y Test 2 en YouTube.

Haz el Aptis for Teachers: El Reading Parte 1, y encontrarás las otras tres partes en la Guía.

Y echa un vistazo a los posts Resumen de lectura y Consejos principales.

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