Celta Assignment 2

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Written Assignment 2: Language Related Tasks

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Assessment criteria: Successful candidates can demonstrate their learning by:| Comments:| - analysing language correctly for teaching purposes| |
- correctly using terminology relating to form, meaning and phonology when analyzing language| | - accessing reference materials and referencing information they have learned about language to an appropriate source| | - using language that is clear, accuate and appropriate to the task| |

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ASSIGNMENT TWO: LANGUAGE RELATED TASKS

1. LEVEL: Pre- Intermediate CONTEXT: Two friends are discussing their weekend.
We’re meeting Jane for lunch at 1 on Sunday. (structure)

a.Tick the statements of meaning / concept checking questions which apply to the part of the sentence underlined.

It’s talking about the future. CCQ: Is it talking about past, present or future? Future * It’s talking about now. CCQ: Is it talking about past, present or future? Present It’s an arrangement. CCQ: Is it an arrangement? Yes

* It happens regularly. CCQ: Does it happen regularly? No It involves someone else CCQ: Is someone else involved? Yes

b. Tick the summary of phonological features that is true for sentence (1).

Stress on the first syllable of ‘meeting’, contraction of ‘we are’ to ‘we’re’. * Stress on ‘we’ and the first and second syllables of ‘meeting’. * No stress.

c. Tick the analysis of form which matches the structure in sentence (1).

* subject + am / is / are + present continuous
* subject + verb+ing
subject + am / is / are + -ING form ; am / is / are + -ING form is the present continuous

d. Which grammar reference book did you use during your analysis? Write the title /page/ author / publisher / date of publication below.

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English Grammar In Use Third Edition / p2 / Raymond Murphy / Cambridge University Press 2004

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2. LEVEL: Intermediate CONTEXT: John explains why Paul decided to go out.
He felt irritated with his messy flatmate. (vocabulary)

a.Tick the statements of meaning / concept checking questions which apply to the part of the sentence underlined. * He was very angry.CCQ: Was he angry? Yes A little or very? Very
He was a little angry.CCQ: Was he angry? Yes A little or very? A little
It happened in the past.CCQ: Are we talking about past, present or future? Past * It happened a number of times. CCQ: Did it happen once or a number of times? A number

b.Tick the summary of phonological features that is true for the underlined words in sentence 2

stress on the first syllable, the pronunciation of the /r/ sound, ‘ed’ pronounced /id/ (with not stressed)
stress on the third syllable, the pronunciation of the /r/ sound (with not stressed) * no problems.

c. Tick the analysis of form which matches the first of the underlined words in sentence (2).

Verb| adjective| * noun|

d. Which learner dictionary did you use during your analysis? Write the title / author / publisher / date of publication below.

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Cambridge dictionaries online / Cambridge University Press

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Now work on the following examples

a)Identify the meaning of each of the underlined parts of the examples and write key statements to show...
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