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CBSE Assessment of Speaking and Listening (ASL) Speaking Class 9 SA2, Specifications for Speaking, 8–10 minutes Format for Class 9 ASL.

CBSE Assessment of Speaking and Listening (ASL)
Specifications for Speaking–Class IX

Speaking Class IX 8–10 minutes Format: 1 x examiner; 2 x candidates

Topics: People , Adventure, Environment , Mystery, Children, Sports and games, Money, Culture; Music; Art and craft, House and home, Travel and tourism, Humour and wisdom, History and legend, Science and the future, Hobbies and interests, Fashion

task

Introduction
Individual turns

Time

30 secs each
1 minutes total

Focus

Personal, social
Setting at ease
NOT ASSESSED

CBSE curriculum objectives

Express and respond to personal
feelings & opinions

CEFR B1

Task Specifications

Open-ended questions
about family, home, social
life, etc
NB appropriate to level


Task

Topic presentation (with
personal slant):
Individual turns
NB pre-prepared

Time

1 minute per
candidate
2 minutes total

Focus

Fluency,
ordering,
cohesion

CBSE curriculum objectives

Present oral reports or
summaries; narrate incidents or
events

CEFR B1

Can reasonably fluently sustain
a straightforward description
of one of a variety of subjects
within his/her field of interest
presenting it as a linear
sequence of points

Task Specifications

Student chooses and
prepares topic in class with
teacher support. Topic
must use language of the
curriculum. Students
MUST give personal slant
or experience of topic.


Task

Topic question: Partner
candidate
followed by
Topic questions: examiner
led

Time

20/30 secs per
candidate
30/40 secs per
candidate
2 minutes total

Focus

interaction

CBSE curriculum objectives

Presenter: adopt different
strategies to convey ideas
according to purpose, topic &
audience
Questioner: frame questions so as
to elicit desired response

CEFR B1

Can communicate with some
confidence on matters related
to his/her interests; can
exchange check and confirm
information

Task Specifications

Generic to be accessible to
all regions
Generic follow-up
questions to elicit
language at Class IX level


Task

Problem solving with task
card
Candidates work together
then answer
follow-up questions

Time

3 minutes total

Focus

Task fulfilment,
interaction

CBSE curriculum objectives

Take part in group discussions,
summarise ideas, elicit views of
others; express and argue a point
of view clearly
Participate in spontaneous
spoken discourse

CEFR B1

Can enter unprepared into
conversation of familiar topics,
express personal opinions

Task Specifications

Problem taskcard + followup
questions appropriate
to the level
Relate to class IX topic list
with personal slant
Questions to elicit Class IX
level language

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