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Level Check Interview
ESL Lesson Handouts - Level-check-interview
Level
N/A
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N/A
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Essential
Teaching Time
30 minutes
Included
2 Student Pages, Teaching Notes
Updated
Handout Overview

This Level Check Interview is suitable for private English teachers and consists of conversational prompts and open-ended questions to be read by you, the interviewer. Use the Interview Assessment Guidelines to help determine the approximate level of your new student. This document can be used by you if the English teaching organization you are affiliated with doesn’t provide something suitable.

Consider a variety of factors when evaluating answers, including whether the student is able to;

  1. speak fluently without hesitation;
  2. use conversational expressions appropriately;
  3. use complete sentences and phrases appropriately;
  4. pronounce words and phrases clearly.
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Level Check Interview
ESL Lesson Handouts - Level-check-interview
Level
N/A
Target
N/A
Tags
Essential
Teaching Time
30 minutes
Included
2 Student Pages, Teaching Notes
Updated
Handout Overview

This Level Check Interview is suitable for private English teachers and consists of conversational prompts and open-ended questions to be read by you, the interviewer. Use the Interview Assessment Guidelines to help determine the approximate level of your new student. This document can be used by you if the English teaching organization you are affiliated with doesn’t provide something suitable.

Consider a variety of factors when evaluating answers, including whether the student is able to;

  1. speak fluently without hesitation;
  2. use conversational expressions appropriately;
  3. use complete sentences and phrases appropriately;
  4. pronounce words and phrases clearly.
Read More
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