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Fundamentals

  • External Assessment
  • Year 8 Target Groups
  • 18 Guided Learning Hours

Overview

The ESB Level 1 Award in Speech (Grade 3) promotes oracy and is designed to develop learners’ presentational skills and build their confidence in self-expression. The target learner group is Year 8 students. The qualification is mapped to National Curriculum requirements in Spoken English at Key Stages 3. All assessment is external, in your school at a time to suit you.

Syllabus

ESB Level 1 Award in Speech (Grade 3)

Deliver a well-structured talk on any topic, with evidence of personal research/ enquiry. The talk should last around 4 minutes. Include opinions and advice, using visual aids. Candidates might talk about: An Historical Event; Crystals; The Work of Salvador Dali; A Music Festival. Practise working in small groups. If candidates work in groups of 6, they can discuss and help each other. Brief, key word notes and/or PowerPoint pictures may be used – guidance should be given on this, and the examiner may ask to see any cue cards.

Close

Tell listeners what determined your choice, or explain the context, then speak from memory a chosen piece of poetry, drama or prose. The extract should last around 2 minutes. 

Close

Introduce your chosen book, setting the prepared passage of 12-15 pages in context, then read an examiner selected extract. The extract should last around 2 minutes.

Close

Listen actively, respond to questions on your own sections and contribute positively to group discussions.

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