1000 exercises

A ORAL COMMUNICATION
A-1 Be heard
A-11 Control your voice: volume, intensity speed, fluency enunciation intonation.
A-12 Establish social contact: Start up a contact socially Start up a contact for administrative purposes Introduce yourself to someone.
A-13 Manage listening and speaking time: Listening: Listen to others Listen without selecting or interpreting Manage speaking time: Get a message across in a given time Speak while taking into account what the other says; share speaking time
A-2 Be understood
A-21 Say what you see, what you hear, what you understand
A-22 Construct a coherent message according to the rules of correct syntax; Master the simple structures of oral language; master questions and answers
A-23 Choose a language register appropriate to the situation and to the person spoken to
A-24 Start up and sustain a coherent dialogue; make sure that the message gets across and that the communication is maintained.
A-3 Adopt a mode of behaviour appropriate to the situation
A-31 Take into account space and environment
A-32 Body language
A-33 Breathe, relax, control your affective and emotional reactions
A-34 Join in a group and speak in front of a familiar audience to control stress and ‘stage fright’
B FIND OUT - COLLECT INFORMATION
B-1 Find documentary information
B1-11 Fix objectives before collecting information; use the knowledge you already have; ask yourself the right questions.
B1-12 Take into account your representations and expand themprior to the initial questions
B1-13 See the discrepancies between the initial questionsand the answers given
B2-11 Master the general principles of documentary organisation using different classification tools (codes, references catalogues, files, dictionaries, telephone books, Internet, etc.)
B2-12 Adopt a system of documentary questions appropriate to the situation and to the reference documents.
B3-11 Do research requiring the use of severaldocumentary tools and find the relevant information
B3-12 Do research requiring the use of Internet.
B-2 Classify information
B1-21 Use a simple classifying system.
B1-22 Classify documents according to one single criterion.
B2-21 In a given set of documents, find links of opposition, similarity, inclusion and exclusion, and where they meet.
B2-22 Organise a series of documents supplied in the wrong order (chronology, unity of meaning, etc.)
B2-23 Make up sets in a given document; combine documents according to several criteria.
B3-21 Classify a series of information (for/against; negative/positive; causes/consequences; inclusion/exclusion; informative document /illustrative document; etc.).
B-3 Use information
B1-31 Find discrepancies between the questions asked and the answers given.
B1-32 Ask questions about a simple document: Find and note down specific information in a simple document in order to answer yes/no questions.
B2-31 Consult documents giving practical and vocational information.
B2-32 Find the discrepancies between answers given in different documents on the same subject.
B2-33 Put documents together to inform or to explain.
B3-31 Find and note down specific information in a document in order to answer open questions.
B3-32 Analyse and exploit the specific sections in the press.
B3-33 Take notes from simple information.
C UNDERSTAND A MESSAGE
C-1 Analyse a message
C1-11 Recognise the essential parts of a simple message.
C1-12 Find the elements which show the meaning of a simple message.
C1-13 Order and classify the elements of a simple message.
C1-14 Understand instructions.
C2-11 Recognise the essential parts of a message.
C2-12 Find the elements which characterise a situation.
C2-13 Order and classify the elements of a message.
C2-14 Understand instructions.
C3-11 Recognise the parts of a complex message.
C3-12 Find the elements in denotation and connotation.
C3-13 Recognise the different types of message.
C3-14 Recognise the structure of a document.
C3-15 Recognise the elements of communication in a document.
C-2 Grasp the meaning of a message
C1-21 Answer questions about the overall meaning of a given message (Multiple Choice Questions).
C1-22 Transpose a simple message from one code to another (iconic, gestural, written or oral) to show you have understood the message.
C2-21 Answer questions about a message (open questions).
C2-22 Transpose a message from one code to another.
C2-23 Put together the elements found in the analysis of a message.
C3-21 Compare messages and find the common and different elements to answer open questions.
C3-22 Transpose a message from one code to another.
C-3 Appropriate a message
C1-31 Compose a message from given elements.
C1-32 Orally explain the meaning of a gesture, a mimic, a photograph, an advertisement, a simple text, etc.
C2-31 Sum up a message from elements found.
C2-32 Pass on given instructions and/or information.
C2-33 Explain a technical description, instructions or a recipe, etc. to someone else.
C3-31 Sum up a message from elements found.
C3-32 Pass on given instructions and/or information.
C3-33 Explain a technical description, instructions or a recipe, etc. to someone else.
C3-34 Quote your sources, in a message received orally or in writing.
D COMPOSE A WRITTEN MESSAGE
D-1 Produce a written message
D1-11 Answer simple questions.
D1-12 Fill in a form.
D1-13 Answer precise questions on a visual message (picture, drawing or photo.).
D1-14 Write a note.
D2-11 Produce a message adapted to a specific audience.
D2-12 Answer a questionnaire.
D2-13 Write a letter to ask for or give simple information.
D2-14 Write an administrative letter.
D3-11 Give instructions in writing.
D3-12 Give explanations in writing.
D3-13 Describe a situation or an event in writing.
D3-14 Create a questionnaire.
D3-15 Write a letter to order something.
D3-16 Write a letter of complaint.
D-2 Organise and structure a message
D1-21 Look for and choose elements in order to give information.
D1-22 Organise and structure elements in order to give information.
D1-23 Write a message from a series of pictures.
D2-21 Look for and choose elements in order to give information.
D2-22 Organise and structure elements in order to give information.
D2-23 Organise ideas into a hierarchy.
D2-24 Construct a plan from given elements.
D2-25 Make up sets and give them a title.
D3-21 Give the meaning of your own message.
D3-22 Construct a plan.
D-3 Write a message
D1-31 Write a message using simple sentences.
D1-32 Answer simple questions about an everyday event (given elements).
D1-33 Answer simple questions about an everyday event (given elements).
D1-34 Using simple sentences, write a paragraph, then a short text.
D1-35 Describe a document in precise detail.
D2-31 Write complex sentences.
D2-32 Write a simple text.
D2-33 Write a message from a given plan.
D2-34 Sum up a simple text.
D3-31 Formulate ideas on a subject.
D3-32 Produce a message from notes taken.
D3-33 Sum up a text.
D3-34 Make up a description from given elements.
E- APPRAISE A MESSAGE
E-1 Give meaning to your own message
E1-11 Give and explain your point of view (orally first, then in writing).
E1-12 Illustrate your ideas using examples from your own life and that of other people.
E2-11 Justify your point of view using several arguments pertaining to your own life and that of other people.
E3-11 Judge the quality of an argumentation.
E-2 Give meaning to someone else's message
E1-21 Explain a fact in everyday life, a picture, a simple message, heard or read.
E1-22 Give a title or a caption to documents.
E1-23 Reformulate someone else's message (for example to understand it better or to reach an agreement).
E2-21 Reformulate someone else's message.
E2-22 Explain the validity of an argumentation.
E3-21 Reformulate someone else's message.
E3-22 Use a commentary to show the correctness and pertinence of an argumentation.
E-3 Distinguish a plan of argumentation in a message
E1-31 Recognise the arguments in a given message.
E2-31 Find the arguments, list them, organise them, classify them, and put them into order of importance (from a simple message).
E3-31 Find the arguments and the process used to give conviction in a text.
E-4 Pass judgement on a simple message
E1-41 State your position from a simple message.
E1-42 Answer questions like "What do you think about…? Why?"
E1-43 Answer questions like: "What are the different opinions that exist about …? Why?"
E2-41 State your position from a message and justify your point of view.
E2-42 Take a critical look at a message.
E3-41 Evaluate, assess, reject, criticise the ideas expressed in a message.
E3-42 State the shared attitudes and suggest a common ground for differences.
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