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Definicje poziomów Metody Callana

Callan Method New Edition

Dyktanda są jednym z najlepszych wskaźników określenia poziomu zaawansowania studenta w nauce języka angielskiego. Dyktanda zamieszczone poniżej, ukazują poziom reprezentowany przez każdy etap Metody Callana. Każdy student osiągnąwszy poszczególny etap jest w stanie napisać dyktando odpowiednie dla tego etapu, przetłumaczyć je oraz posługiwać się w rozmowie słownictwem zawartym w dyktandzie. Student nie mógłby znaleźć się na danym etapie, gdyby całkowicie nie opanował przewidzianego materiału.

Metoda Callana składa się z następujących etapów:

Etap 1: Książka 1

Student zna 250 słów.
`What's this? It's a pen. Is this a pencil or a book? Is the long table black? No, it isn't, it's white. The short box is green. A city is large but a village is small. Is Mr Brown a man? Yes, he is. Is Miss Brown a boy or a girl? She's a girl. One, two, three, four, five. Is the card on the wall or under the chair? No, it's in the box. What colour is the ceiling?'

Etap 2: Książka 2

Student zna 500 słów.
`The difference between `any' and `some' is that we generally use `any' in the interrogative and negative, whilst we use `some' in the positive. 'Any' is non-specific. `How many' is specific, the negative answer to which is 'none'. The Present Progressive we use for an action we are doing now. For example, I am speaking English now. About how many pages are there in this book?'

Etap 3: Książka 3

Student zna 750 słów.
'January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. The battle was above us in the air. The water below us was very deep. Last month was January. Next month will be March. If I want to eat, I must go either home or to a restaurant. We can enter the bar by this door. He decided to explain everything to her. The opposite of heaven is hell.'

Etap 4: Książka 4

Student zna 1000 słów.
Jest to poziom odpowiadający egzaminowi Cambridge 'Key to English Test' (KET).
'Last night I had a very bad dream. Their garden is separate from ours. I made eight mistakes last time. The news on the wireless today is very good. The bank has a branch in every town in the country. We can go over the river by bridge. The difference between a ship and a boat is that a ship is large whilst a boat is small. Most horses are not wild.'

Etap 5: Książka 5

Student zna 1250 słów.
'Fast' means the same as 'quick', except that we do not add 'ly' to it as an adverb. What have they just done? They've just learnt that in the Conditional Tense we use 'should' for the first person singular and plural and 'would' for all the other persons. An Open Conditional expresses a probability. Its construction is 'if + Present + Future'. A Subjunctive Conditional expresses a supposition.’

Etap 6: Książka 6

Student poznał 1500 słów. Egzamin Cambridge Preliminary (PET) przypada mniej więcej między Etapami 6 i 7.
'The arrow flew straight through the air and hit the tree in the middle. He looked very strange. He had fair hair, but a dark beard. I do not know how much they gave him, but it was a large amount. I cannot go any further. I am too tired. Poor John was not invited to Mary's birthday party. I am sorry, but I have already thrown your old tie away.'

Etap 7: Książka 7

Student poznał 1750 słów.
'It is often easier to tell a lie than the truth, but life is made much easier and much more pleasant if we tell the truth and in return can believe that what other people say. The man was not very badly hurt in the accident, but he was taken to hospital to see the doctor just to be on the safe side. Factory chimneys are usually quite high'.

Etap 8: Książka 8

Student opanował 2000 słów.
'One side of a coin we call heads whilst the other side we call tails. Quite by accident he knocked the glass of water off the table onto the floor. Although he smiles broadly, his lips seldom part to show his teeth. The poor bird could hardly fly, as one of its wings was badly damaged. Society asks that the individual should show respect to all those he meets'.

EEtap 9: Książka 9

Student poznał 2500 słów.
'I am afraid I cannot recommend him for the job. A wound we get from fighting, whilst an injury we get in an accident. They decided to separate and sit at separate tables. We generally finish a business letter with 'Yours Faithfully'. When we apply for a job the manager, or whoever it might be, usually asks us for a reference'.

Etap 10: Książka 10

Student opanował 3000 słów.
'The poor beast stood waiting with great patience. The bird swallowed the jewel as though it had been a piece of food. The cushions in the room were all covered with fur. The curtains had been made into a big bundle and put into a large copper-coloured bucket. The bar of soap weighed several ounces'.

Etap 11: Książka 11

Student opanował 4300 słów. Egzamin Cambridge First Certificate (FCE) przypada pomiędzy Etapem 10 i 12.
`Some initial research was done, and a survey was carried out, but than the project was dropped. At the frontier there were several military lorries full of soldiers. We decided to send the towels to the laundry. Among the items on the table were ajar of honey, a kettle, and a needle and thread. He has been deaf in one ear since childhood'.

Etap 12: Książka 12

Ostatnia książka przygotowuje studenta do zdania egzaminu Cambridge Advanced Certificate (CAE).
'Like anyone lucky enough to visit these far-off southern islands, we were eager to see the birds in their natural setting, and so we put up with an uncomfortable car ride over the sand until we came at last within sight of the colony. As far as the eye could see, the ground was marked with holes scraped in the sand. These were their nesting places'.

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