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1 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 1 For teaching from 2016 For awards from 2018 GCSE (9-1) SPANISH SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS This draft qualification has not yet been accredited by Ofqual. It is published to enable teachers to have early sight of our proposed approach to GCSE Spanish. Further changes may be required and no assurance can be given at this time that the proposed qualification will be made available in its current form, or that it will be accredited in time for first teaching in September 2016 and first award in 2018.

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3 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 3 Contents Question Papers and Mark Schemes Page COMPONENT 1: Speaking Question Paper 5 Mark Scheme 131 COMPONENT 2: Listening Question Paper 159 Mark Scheme 179 COMPONENT 3: Reading Question Paper 201 Mark Scheme 227 COMPONENT 4: Writing Question Paper 241 Mark Scheme 253

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5 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 5 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 1 FOUNDATION TIER 7 9 minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last 7-9 minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

6 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 6 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Youth Culture Technology and social media Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a sobre la tecnología. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Describe tu móvil. Di que tecnología utilizas normalmente. Di que hiciste ayer en el ordenador. Haz una pregunta a tu amigo/a sobre los medios sociales. Contesta la pregunta.

7 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 7 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Festivals and celebrations Describe la foto Por qué son tan populares los festivales de música?

8 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 8 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Home and Locality Local areas of interest and 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: World of Work Work experience and part-time jobs You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

9 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 9 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 2 FOUNDATION TIER 7 9 minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last 7-9 minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

10 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 10 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Lifestyle Health and fitness Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a español/a sobre el deporte y la salud. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Describe que haces para mantenerte en forma. Di si comes sanamente o no. Haz una pregunta sobre la dieta de tu amigo/a. Di con qué frecuencia juegas al deporte. Contesta la pregunta.

11 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 11 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Youth Culture Self and relationships Describe la foto Por qué hay problemas entre amigos a veces?

12 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 12 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Holidays and Tourism and 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Current Study School/college life You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

13 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 13 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 3 FOUNDATION TIER 7 9 minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last 7-9 minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

14 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 14 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Customs and traditions Food and drink Escenario: Estás participando en un intercambio escolar y estás hablando de tradiciones españolas e inglesas con tu amigo/a español/a. Tu profesor/a es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Describe lo que haces normalmente para tu cumpleaños. Describe lo que comes normalmente para tu cumpleaños. Di que comida española prefieres. Haz una pregunta a tu amigo/a sobre la comida española. Contesta la pregunta.

15 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 15 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Lifestyle Entertainment and leisure Describe la foto Prefieres jugar videojuegos o practicar deporte? Por qué?

16 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 16 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Environment and 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Applying for work/study You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

17 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 17 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 4 FOUNDATION TIER 7 9 minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last 7-9 minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

18 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 18 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Home and Locality Transport Escenario: Estás comprando un billete en una estación de trenes en España. Tu profesor es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Explica adonde te gustaría viajar. Di que tipo de billete quieres. Di como vas a pagar. Haz una pregunta sobre el precio del viaje. Contesta la pregunta.

19 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 19 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Environment Describe la foto Es importante reciclar? Por qué?

20 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 20 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Current Study School/college studies and 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Lifestyle Health and fitness You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

21 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 21 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 5 FOUNDATION TIER 7 9 minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last 7-9 minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

22 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 22 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Spain and Spanish-speaking countries Local and regional features and characteristics Escenario: Estás en una oficina de turismo en España. Tu profesor/a es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Menciona un monumento que te gustaría visitar. Explica por qué quieres visitarlo. Haz una pregunta sobre los precios. Di para cuanto tiempo estás de vacaciones. Contesta la pregunta.

23 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 23 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Home and Locality Local areas of interest Describe la foto Prefieres el campo o la ciudad? Por qué?

24 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 24 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: World of Work Skills and personal qualities and 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Youth Culture Self and relationships You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

25 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 25 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 6 FOUNDATION TIER 7 9 minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last 7-9 minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

26 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 26 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Global sustainability Social issues Escenario: Estás en un pueblo en España y un hombre /una mujer te pide responder a un cuestionario sobre los problemas sociales en el mundo. Tu profesor/a juega el rol del hombre/de la mujer. Tu profesor/a habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Menciona los problemas sociales en el mundo. Explica cómo se puede hacer para ayudar a las personas necesitadas. Haz una pregunta sobre el precio. Di cuando te gustaría hacer un trabajo voluntario en el futuro. Contesta la pregunta.

27 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 27 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Holidays and tourism Describe la foto Qué tipo de vacaciones prefieres? Por qué?

28 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 28 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Career plans and 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Food and drink You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

29 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 29 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 7 FOUNDATION TIER 7 9 minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last 7-9 minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

30 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 30 SET 7 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Current Study School/college life Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a español/a sobre tu colegio. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Da tu opinión de tu colegio. Di las asignaturas que estudias. Di que hiciste al colegio ayer. Haz una pregunta sobre la rutina escolar de tu amigo/a. Contesta la pregunta.

31 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 31 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Career plans Describe la foto Crees que es difícil encontrar un trabajo? Por qué?

32 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 32 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Lifestyle Entertainment and leisure and 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Local and regional features and characteristics You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

33 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 33 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 8 FOUNDATION TIER 7 9 minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last 7-9 minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

34 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 34 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: World of work Skills and personal qualities Escenario: Tienes una entrevista para un trabajo de verano en un hotel español para mejorar tu español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Preséntate. Da tus cualidades personales. Di que hiciste para tu experiencia laboral. Haz una pregunta sobre el salario. Contesta la pregunta.

35 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 35 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Current study School/college studies Describe la foto Crees que tu instituto es muy estricto? Por qué?

36 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 36 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Festivals and celebrations and 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Home and Locality Transport You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

37 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 37 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 9 FOUNDATION TIER 7 9 minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last 7-9 minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

38 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 38 SET 9 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Applying for work/study Escenario: Quieres un trabajo de verano en España y tienes una entrevista en una agencia de trabajo español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Explica por qué quieres trabajar en España. Di que tipo de trabajo te gustaría hacer. Di que experiencia tienes. Haz una pregunta sobre el trabajo. Contesta la pregunta.

39 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 39 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: World of Work Work experience and part-time jobs Describe la foto Crees que es importante hacer trabajo voluntario? Por qué?

40 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 40 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Youth Culture Technology and social media and 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Social issues You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

41 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 41 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 1 HIGHER TIER minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

42 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 42 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Youth Culture Technology and social media Escenario: Estás de vacaciones en España y tienes un problema con tu móvil. Vas a la tienda de móviles. Tu profesor/a es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Describe el problema con tu móvil. Explica como ocurrió el problema. Di porque te molesta. Haz una pregunta sobre los otros móviles en la tienda. Contesta la pregunta.

43 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 43 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Festivals and celebrations De qué trata esta foto? Cuáles son los aspectos negativos de los festivales de música?

44 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 44 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Home and Locality Local areas of interest and 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: World of Work Work experience and part-time jobs You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

45 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 45 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 2 HIGHER TIER minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

46 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 46 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Lifestyle Health and fitness Escenario: Estás de vacaciones en España y quieres ir al polideportivo. Llamas al polideportivo por teléfono. Tu profesor/a es el empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Explica que quisieras hacer en el polideportivo. Da detalles de las personas que quieren hacer esta actividad. Di cuando hiciste esta actividad la última vez. Haz una pregunta sobre los precios de las actividades. Contesta la pregunta.

47 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 47 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Youth Culture Self and relationships De qué trata esta foto? Crees que los amigos son más importantes que la familia?

48 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 48 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Holidays and tourism and 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Current Study School/college life You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

49 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 49 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 3 HIGHER TIER minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

50 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 50 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Food and drink Escenario: Estás de vacaciones de Navidad en España. Estás comparando las tradiciones españoles e ingleses con tu amigo/a español/a. Di como celebraste la Navidad pasada. Explica lo que se come tradicionalmente en Inglaterra para la Navidad. Da tu opinión de la comida española y las razones. Haz una pregunta a tu amigo/a sobre las especialidades españolas. Contesta la pregunta.

51 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 51 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Lifestyle Entertainment and leisure De qué trata esta foto? Cuáles son los aspectos negativos de los videojuegos? Por qué?

52 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 52 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Environment and 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Applying for work/study You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

53 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 53 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 4 HIGHER TIER minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

54 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 54 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Home and Locality Transport Escenario: Estás en una estación de trenes en España. Tu profesor es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Describe un viaje que hiciste en tren ayer. Describe un problema que tuviste durante el viaje de tren. Di come se podría resolver el problema. Haz una pregunta sobre un otro viaje que quieres hacer. Contesta la pregunta.

55 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 55 PHOTO CARD DSICUSSION Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Environment De qué trata esta foto? Crees que proteger el medio ambiente es importante para los jóvenes? Por qué?

56 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 56 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Current Study School/college studies and 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Lifestyle Health and fitness You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

57 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 57 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 5 HIGHER TIER minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

58 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 58 HIGHER TIER SET 5 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Spain and Spanish-speaking countries Local and regional features and characteristics Escenario: Estás en una oficina de turismo en España. Tu profesor/a es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Menciona una visita que hiciste a un monumento ayer. Da tu opinión de la visita y tus razones. Describe un problema que tuviste durante tu visita. Haz una pregunta sobre un otro monumento que quieres visitar.. Contesta la pregunta.

59 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 59 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Home and Locality Local areas of interest De qué trata esta foto? Crees que la vida es más difícil en las grandes ciudades? Por qué?

60 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 60 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: World of Work Skills and personal qualities and 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Youth Culture Technology and social media You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

61 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 61 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 6 HIGHER TIER minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

62 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 62 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Social issues Escena: Estás en un instituto en España. Asistes a una reunión para organizar un acto benéfico. Hablas con el profesor/la profesora que se encargará del acto. Tu profesor/a habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Menciona algunos problemas sociales. Describe unas actividades posibles. Contesta la pregunta. Haz una pregunta al profesor/la profesora sobre la organización del acto. Menciona unas ideas para publicitarlo.

63 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 63 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Holidays and tourism De qué trata esta foto? Crees que el turismo tiene muchos beneficios?

64 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 64 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Career plans and 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Food and drink You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

65 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 65 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 7 HIGHER TIER minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

66 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 66 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Current Study School/college life Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a español/a sobre tu colegio. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Da tu opinión de tu colegio y tus razones. Di cuantos deberes tienes cada semana. Di que harás el año que viene. Haz una pregunta sobre los estudios de tu amigo/a. Contesta la pregunta.

67 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 67 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Career plans De qué trata esta foto? Es difícil para los jóvenes encontrar un trabajo hoy en día? Por qué?

68 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 68 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Lifestyle Entertainment and leisure and 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Holidays and tourism You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

69 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 69 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 8 HIGHER TIER minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

70 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 70 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: World of work Skills and personal qualities Escenario: Tienes una entrevista para un trabajo de verano en un hotel español para mejorar tu español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Di por qué quisieras trabajar en el hotel. Di que tipo de trabajo preferiría hacer en el hotel y por qué. Habla de un trabajo similar que hiciste. Haz una pregunta sobre las condiciones del trabajo. Contesta la pregunta.

71 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 71 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Current Study School/college studies De qué trata esta foto? Crees que los exámenes son importantes? Por qué?

72 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 72 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Festivals and celebrations and 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Home and Locality Transport You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

73 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 73 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING SET 9 HIGHER TIER minutes and minutes preparation time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES The test will last minutes. You will have minutes to prepare the role play, photo card discussion and the conversation. Role play: you should attempt to provide complete sentences as reponses in the role play task. Photo card discussion: you should attempt to provide extended responses to each of the questions asked. Conversation: you may nominate one of the sub-themes for the conversation to discuss first if you wish to, but both sub-themes must be covered. Complete the role play, the photo card discussion and the conversation. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. If you wish to, you may make notes on a separate sheet of paper during the preparation time and may take these notes into the test to refer to during the test. The notes must not constitute a script containing complete sentences. The notes must be handed to your teacher at the end of the test. The role play and photo card discussion carry 15 marks each. The conversation carries 30 marks. A total of 10 marks will be awarded for knowledge of, and accurate application of grammar and structures in the conversation task.

74 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 74 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Applying for work/study Escenario: Quieres un trabajo de verano en España y tienes una entrevista en una agencia de trabajo español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Explica por qué quisieras trabajar en España. Di que tipo de trabajo te gustaría hacer y por qué. Di para cuanto tiempo te quedarás en España. Haz una pregunta sobre las condiciones del trabajo disponible. Contesta la pregunta.

75 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 75 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: World of Work Work experience and part-time jobs De qué trata esta foto? Cuáles son las ventajas y desventajas de un trabajo voluntario?

76 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 76 CONVERSATION You will be required to discuss the following sub-themes: 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Youth Culture Technology and social media and 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Social issues You can nominate one of the above sub-themes to start the conversation, but both subthemes must be covered. If you decide not to nominate a sub-theme, your teacher will choose for you.

77 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 77 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY FOUNDATION TIER SET 1 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Youth Culture Technology and social media Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a sobre la tecnología. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Teacher examiner's prompts: Cómo es tu móvil? Describe tu móvil. Qué tecnología utilizas normalmente? Di que tecnología utilizas normalmente. Qué hiciste ayer en el ordenador? Di que hiciste ayer en el ordenador. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta a tu amigo/a sobre los medios sociales. Reply appropriately. Con qué frecuencia utilizas los medios sociales? Contesta la pregunta.

78 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 78 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Festivals and celebrations Describe la foto Por qué son tan populares los festivales de música? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, los festivales de música son muy caros. Estás de acuerdo? Fuiste a un concierto o festival de música el año pasado?

79 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 79 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Home and Locality Local areas of interest Qué se puedes hacer en tu pueblo/ciudad? Te gusta vivir allí? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué hiciste el fin de semana pasado? 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: World of Work Work experience and part-time jobs Qué haces para ganar dinero? Es importante para los jóvenes tener un trabajo a tiempo parcial? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué hiciste para tu experiencia laboral?

80 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 80 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY FOUNDATION TIER SET 2 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Lifestyle Health and fitness Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a española/a sobre el deporte y la salud. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Teacher examiner's prompts: Qué haces para mantenerte en forma? Describe que haces para mantenerte en forma. Comes sanamente? Di si comes sanamente o no. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta sobre la dieta de tu amigo/a. Reply appropriately. Juegas mucho deporte? Di con qué frecuencia juegas al deporte. Qué hiciste la semana pasada para mantenerte en forma? Contesta la pregunta.

81 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 81 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Youth Culture Self and relationships Describe la foto Por qué hay problemas entre amigos a veces? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, los amigos son más importantes que la familia. Estás de acuerdo? Qué hiciste con tu familia la semana pasada?

82 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 82 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Holidays and Tourism Adónde vas de vacaciones? Qué te gusta hacer en tus vacaciones? ( Por qué (no)?) Describe tus vacaciones ideales. 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Current Study School/college life Qué actividades extraescolares se puede hacer en tu instituto? Es importante para los jóvenes sacar buenas notas? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué hiciste en el colegio la semana pasada?

83 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 83 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY FOUNDATION TIER SET 3 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Customs and tradition Food and drink Escenario: Estás participando en un intercambio escolar y estás hablando de tradiciones españolas e inglesas con tu amigo/a español/a. Tu profesor/a es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Teacher examiner's prompts: Qué haces normalmente para tu cumpleaños? Describe lo que haces normalmente para tu cumpleaños. Qué comes normalmente para tu cumpleaños? Describe lo que comes normalmente para tu cumpleaños. Qué tipo de comida española prefieres? Di que comida española prefieres. Yo también. Haz una pregunta sobre la comida española. Reply appropriately. Qué te gustaría comer esta noche? Contesta la pregunta.

84 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 84 Sub-theme: Lifestyle Entertainment and leisure PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Describe la foto Prefieres jugar videojuegos o practicar deporte? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: Los jóvenes pasan demasiado tiempo jugando videojuegos. Estás de acuerdo? Qué hiciste con tus amigos el fin de semana pasada?

85 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 85 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Environment Qué cosas reciclas en casa? Crees que hacer el reciclaje es importante? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué hiciste la semana pasada para proteger el medio ambiente? 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Applying for work/study Qué asignaturas se puede estudiar en tu colegio? En tu opinión es importante ir a la universidad? ( Por qué (no)?) Cómo te prepararías para una entrevista en el futuro?

86 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 86 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY FOUNDATION TIER SET 4 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Home and Locality Transport Escenario: Estás comprando un billete en una estación de trenes en España. Tu profesor es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Buenos días. En qué puedo servirle? Explica adonde te gustaría viajar. Qué tipo de billete quiere? Di que tipo de billete quieres. Y cómo va a pagar? Di como vas a pagar. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta sobre el precio del viaje. Reply appropriately. Cuántos billetes quiere? Contesta la pregunta.

87 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 87 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Environment Describe la foto Es importante reciclar? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, los jóvenes tiran mucha basura. Estás de acuerdo? Qué hiciste la semana pasada para ayudar el medio ambiente?

88 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 88 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Current Study School/college studies Qué asignaturas estudias en el colegio? Es importante hacer deberes? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué te gustaría hacer el año próximo? Por qué? 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Lifestyle Health and fitness Qué es tu deporte favorito? Llevas una vida sana? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué hiciste la semana pasada para mantenerte en forma?

89 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 89 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY FOUNDATION TIER SET 5 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Local and regional features and characteristics Escenario: Estás en una oficina de turismo en España. Tu profesor/a es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Buenos días. Puedo ayudarle? Menciona un monumento que te gustaría visitar. Por qué le interesa este monumento? Explica por qué quieres visitarlo. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta sobre los precios. Reply appropriately. Para cuánto tiempo está usted aquí de vacaciones? Di para cuanto tiempo estás de vacaciones. Muy bien. De qué nacionalidad es usted? Contesta la pregunta.

90 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 90 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Home and Locality Local areas of interest Describe la foto Prefieres el campo o la ciudad? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, vivir en el campo es muy aburrido. Estás de acuerdo? Qué hiciste en tu pueblo/ciudad el fin de semana pasado?

91 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 91 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: World of Work Skills and personal qualities Qué cualidades personales tienes? Prefieres trabajar en equipo o trabajar solo? Por qué? Qué tipo de trabajo te gustaría hacer en el futuro? 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Youth Culture Self and relationships Te interesa la moda? Es importante llevar ropa de diseño? ( Por qué (no)?) Si tuvieras 100 Qué comprarías?

92 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 92 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY FOUNDATION TIER SET 6 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Social issuses Escenario: Quieres participar en un viaje escolar caritativo. Estás hablando con el/la profesor/a que organiza el viaje. Tu profesor/a habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Por qué le gustaría participar en este viaje caritativo? Di por qué te gustaría participar en el viaje. Qué actividades caritativas haces? Da una actividad caritativa que haces. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta a tu profesor/a sobre un problema social. Reply appropriately. Cuál es el problema social que te preocupa más? Describe el problema social que te preocupa más. Y cuáles son los otros problemas del mundo? Contesta la pregunta.

93 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 93 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Holidays and tourism Describe la foto Qué tipo de vacaciones prefieres? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, las vacaciones culturales son aburridas. Estás de acuerdo? Qué hiciste durante las vacaciones escolares el año pasado?

94 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 94 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Career plans Qué tipo de trabajo te interesa? Es importante hablar una lengua extranjera? ( Por qué (no)?) Te gustaría trabajar en España en el futuro? 3. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Food and drink Qué tipo de comida te gusta? Qué comida o bebida española quieres probar? ( Por qué (no)?) Háblame de la última vez que fuiste a un restaurante.

95 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 95 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY FOUNDATION TIER SET 7 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Current Study School/college life Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a español/a sobre tu colegio. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Teacher examiner's prompts: Te gusta tu colegio? Da tu opinión de tu colegio. Qué asignaturas estudias? Di las asignaturas que estudias. Qué hiciste ayer al colegio? Di que hiciste al colegio ayer. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta sobre la rutina escolar de tu amigo/a. Reply appropriately. Cómo viajas al colegio? Contesta la pregunta.

96 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 96 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Career plans Describe la foto Crees que es difícil encontrar un trabajo? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, es importante ir a la universidad. Estás de acuerdo? Qué hiciste en tu colegio la semana pasada?

97 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 97 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Lifestyle Entertainment and leisure Qué te gusta hacer en el tiempo libre? Crees que es el cine es mejor que la tele? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué actividades te gustaría hacer este verano?. 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Local and regional features and characteristics Qué se puede visitar en España? Crees que los turistas prefieren la playas o los museos? ( Por qué?) Dónde te gustaría visitar en España? ( Por qué?)

98 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 98 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY FOUNDATION TIER SET 8 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: World of Work Skills and personal qualities Escenario: Tienes una entrevista para un trabajo de verano en un hotel español para mejorar tu español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Buenos días. Puede presentarle, por favor? Preséntate. Cuáles son sus cualidades personales? Da tus cualidades personales. Muy bien. Qué hizo usted para su experiencia laboral? Di que hiciste para tu experiencia laboral. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta sobre el salario. Reply appropriately. Cuándo puede empezar? Contesta la pregunta.

99 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 99 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Current study School/college studies Describe la foto Crees que tu instituto es muy estricto? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, los exámenes son necesarios. Estás de acuerdo? Qué actividades hiciste en tu instituto la semana pasada?

100 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 100 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Festivals and celebrations Qué haces para celebrar tu cumpleaños? Prefieres celebrar tu cumpleaños con tus amigos o con tu familia? ( Por qué?) Háblame de la última fiesta a la que fuiste. 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Home and Locality Transport Cómo viajas al colegio cada día? Crees que es mejor ir en coche o en autobús? ( Por qué?) En el futuro te gustaría aprender a conducir? ( Por qué?)

101 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 101 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY FOUNDATION TIER SET 9 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Applying for work/study Escenario: Quieres un trabajo de verano en España y tienes una entrevista en una agencia de trabajo español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Por qué quiere trabajar en España? Explica por qué quieres trabajar en España. Qué tipo de trabajo le gustaría hacer? Di que tipo de trabajo te gustaría hacer. Muy bien. Tiene usted experiencia de trabajo? Di que experiencia tienes. Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre el trabajo disponible. Reply appropriately. Qué idiomas habla usted? Contesta la pregunta.

102 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 102 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: World of Work Work experience and part-time jobs Describe la foto Crees que es importante hacer trabajo voluntario? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, trabajar es muy aburrido. Estás de acuerdo? Qué hiciste durante tu experiencia laboral?

103 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 103 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Youth Culture Technology and social media Utilizas los medios sociales? Crees que es necesario tener un móvil? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué tecnología utilizaste ayer? 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Social issues Qué son los problemas sociales más grandes en el mundo? Crees que es importante ayudar a otros? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué has hecho para apoyar causas benéficas?

104 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY HIGHER TIER SET 1 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Youth Culture Technology and social media Escenario: Estás de vacaciones en España y tienes un problema con tu móvil. Vas a la tienda de móviles. Tu profesor/a es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Buenos días. Puedo ayudarle? Describe el problema con tu móvil. Cómo ocurrió este problema? Explica como ocurrió el problema. Lo siento. Di porque te molesta. Sí, claro. Haz una pregunta sobre los otros móviles en la tienda. Reply appropriately. Quisiera comprar un nuevo móvil hoy? Contesta la pregunta.

105 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 105 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Festivals and celebrations De qué trata esta foto? Cuáles son los aspectos negativos de los festivales de música? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, es mejor escuchar música en vivo. Estás de acuerdo? Cómo sería tu festival de música ideal?

106 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Home and Locality Local areas of interest Qué hiciste el fin de semana pasado en tu región? Crees que se necesitan más atracciones para los jóvenes? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué se debería hacer para mejorar tu región? 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: World of Work Work experience and part-time jobs Qué hiciste para tu experiencia laboral? Cuáles son las ventajas y desventajas de la experiencia laboral? Crees que los jóvenes deberían buscar un trabajo a tiempo parcial?

107 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 107 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY HIGHER TIER SET 2 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Lifestyle Health and fitness Escenario: Estás de vacaciones en España y quieres ir al polideportivo. Llamas al polideportivo por teléfono. Tu profesor/a es el empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Buenos días. Puedo ayudarle? Explica que quisieras hacer en el polideportivo. Cuántas personas son? Da detalles de las personas que quieren hacer esta actividad. Es la primera vez que hace usted esta actividad? Di cuando hiciste esta actividad la última vez. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta sobre los precios de las actividades. Reply appropriately. Quisiera reservar algo? Contesta la pregunta.

108 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Youth Culture Self and relationships De qué trata esta foto? Crees que los amigos son más importantes que la familia? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, la vida para los jóvenes es muy difícil hoy en día. Estás de acuerdo? Cómo sería tu amigo ideal?

109 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 109 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Holidays and tourism Describe tus vacaciones ideales? Crees que el turismo tiene muchas ventajas? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué harías para promocionar el turismo en tu país? 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Current Study School/college life Qué hiciste en el colegio la semana pasada? Estás en favor del uniforme escolar? ( Por qué (no)?) Crees que hay mucha presión escolar para los jóvenes? ( Por qué (no)?)

110 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY HIGHER TIER SET 3 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Food and drink Escenario: Estás de vacaciones de Navidad en España. Estás comparando las tradiciones españoles e ingleses con tu amigo/a español/a. Teacher examiner's prompts: Cómo celebraste la Navidad pasada? Di como celebraste la Navidad pasada. Qué se come para la Navidad en Inglaterra? Explica lo que se come tradicionalmente en Inglaterra para la Navidad. Te gusta la comida española? Da tu opinión de la comida española y las razones. Estoy de acuerdo. Haz una pregunta a tu amigo/a sobre las especialidades españolas. Reply appropriately. Qué tipo de comida española te gustaría probar? Contesta la pregunta.

111 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 111 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Lifestyle Entertainment and leisure De qué trata esta foto? Cuáles son los aspectos negativos de los videojuegos? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, el internet puede ser muy peligroso para los jóvenes. Estás de acuerdo? Cómo pasarías tu fin de semana ideal?

112 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Environment Qué hiciste la semana pasada para proteger el medio ambiente? Crees que proteger el medio ambiente es la responsabilidad de los jóvenes? Qué se debería hacer en tu colegio para ayudar el medio ambiente? 2. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Applying for work/study Qué trabajo te gustaría hacer en el futuro? Cómo te prepararías para una entrevista en el futuro? Qué es lo más importante para ti cuando buscas un trabajo?

113 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 113 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY HIGHER TIER SET 4 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Home and Locality Transport Escenario: Estás en una estación de trenes en España. Tu profesor es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Buenos días. En qué puedo servirle? Describe un viaje que hiciste en tren ayer. Y había algún problema? Describe un problema que tuviste durante el viaje de tren. Lo siento. Cómo podríamos ayudar? Di come se podría resolver el problema. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta sobre un otro viaje que quieres hacer. Reply appropriately. Qué otros sitios tiene la intención de visitar en España? Contesta la pregunta.

114 PHOTO CARD DSICUSSION Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Environment De qué trata esta foto? Crees que proteger el medio ambiente es importante para los jóvenes? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, el reciclaje es una pérdida de tiempo. Estás de acuerdo? Qué debería hacer el gobierno para mejorar el medio ambiente?

115 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 115 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Current Study School/college studies Qué te gustaría hacer el año próximo? Crees que los jóvenes tienen demasiados exámenes? ( Por qué (no)?) Cuáles son las ventajes y desventajas del sistema escolar en el Reino Unido? 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Lifestyle Health and fitness Qué hiciste la semana pasada para mantenerte en forma? Crees que la obesidad es un problema muy serio hoy en día? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué consejos darías a los jóvenes que no hacen mucho deporte?

116 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY HIGHER TIER SET 5 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Local and regional features and characteristics Escenario: Estás en una oficina de turismo en España. Tu profesor/a es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Buenos días. Puedo ayudarle? Menciona una visita que hiciste a un monumento ayer. Y qué tal su visita? Da tu opinión de la visita y tus razones. Había algún problema? Describe un problema que tuviste durante tu visita. Lo siento. Haz una pregunta sobre un otro monumento que quieres visitar. Reply appropriately. Qué otras actividades culturales le gustaría hacer en España? Contesta la pregunta.

117 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 117 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Home and Locality Local areas of interest De qué trata esta foto? Crees que la vida es más difícil en las grandes ciudades? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, se debe construir más centros comerciales en el campo. Estás de acuerdo? Cómo sería tu pueblo/ciudad ideal?

118 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: World of Work Skills and personal qualities Qué habilidades te gustaría aprender en el futuro? Piensas que el sistema escolar te prepara bien para la vida? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué cualidades personales tendrías que tener para tu trabajo ideal? 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Youth Culture Technology and social media Si tuvieras 100 Qué comprarías? Piensas que hay demasiada presión sobre los jóvenes para tener buen aspecto? ( Por qué (no)?) Comprarías siempre artículos de marca?

119 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 119 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY HIGHER TIER SET 6 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Social issues Escena: Estás en un instituto en España. Asistes a una reunión para organizar un acto benéfico. Hablas con el profesor/la profesora que se encargará del acto. Tu profesor/a habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Qué son los problemas sociales más grandes en el mundo? Menciona algunos problemas sociales. Qué se puede hacer para recaudar fondos por organizaciones benéficas? Describe algunos actividades posibles. Vale. Cuánto dinero vamos a recaudar en total? Contesta la pregunta. Muy bien. Hazle una pregunta al profesor/la profesora sobre la organización del acto. Reply appropriately. Cómo se puede publicitar el acto a los otros? Menciona unas ideas para publicitarlo.

120 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Holidays and tourism De qué trata esta foto? Crees que el turismo tiene muchos beneficios? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, es importante aprender sobre la cultura de un país. Estás de acuerdo? Qué actividades culturales harías durante tus vacaciones ideales?

121 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 121 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Current and future study and employment Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Career plans Te gustaría trabajar en España en el futuro? Opinas que es más importante tener cualificaciones o experiencia? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué te gustaría hacer dentro de diez años? 2. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Food and drink Háblame de la última vez que fuiste a un restaurante. Es importante probar comida diferente? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué tipo de comida te gustaría probar en el futuro?

122 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY HIGHER TIER SET 7 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Current Study School/college life Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a español/a sobre tu colegio. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Te gusta tu colegio? Da tu opinión de tu colegio y tus razones. Tienes muchos deberes? Di cuantos deberes tienes cada semana. Qué harás el año que viene? Di que harás el año que viene. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta sobre los estudios de tu amigo/a. Reply appropriately. Qué hiciste durante el recreo ayer? Contesta la pregunta.

123 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 123 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Career plans De qué trata esta foto? Es difícil para los jóvenes encontrar un trabajo hoy en día? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, todos los jóvenes deberían ir a la universidad. Estás de acuerdo? Te gustaría trabajar al extranjero en el futuro?

124 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Lifestyle Entertainment and leisure Qué actividades te gustaría hacer este verano? Cuál es mejor; un buena película o un buen líbro? ( Por qué (no)?) Qué harás el fin de semana que viene? 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Spain and Spainish-speaking countries Holidays and tourism Dónde te gustaría visitar en España? ( Por qué (no)?) Crees que las playas españolas son más populares que la cultura española? ( Por qué (no)?) Recomendarías España como destino turístico?

125 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 125 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY HIGHER TIER SET 8 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: World of Work Skills and personal qualities Escenario: Tienes una entrevista para un trabajo de verano en un hotel español para mejorar tu español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Por qué quisiera usted trabajar en nuestro hotel? Di por qué quisieras trabajar en el hotel. Qué tipo de trabajo preferiría hacer en el hotel y por qué? Di que tipo de trabajo preferiría hacer en el hotel y por qué. Hizo usted un trabajo similar en el pasado? Habla de un trabajo similar que hiciste. Muy bien. Haz una pregunta sobre las condiciones del trabajo. Reply appropriately. Cuáles son sus cualidades profesionales? Contesta la pregunta.

126 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: Current Study School/college studies De qué trata esta foto? Crees que los exámenes son importantes? Por qué? Teacher examiner's additional questions: En mi opinión, los deberes son una pérdida de tiempo. Estás de acuerdo? Cómo cambiarías tu colegio para mejorarlo?

127 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 127 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Customs and Traditions Festivals and celebrations Hablamé de la última fiesta a la que fuiste. Crees que los jóvenes quieren regalos cada vez más caros? ( Por qué (no)?) Cómo sería tu cumpleaños ideal? 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Home and Locality Transport Cómo fuiste de vacaciones el año pasado? Cuáles son las ventajas y desventajas de viajar en avión? Qué problemas de tráfico existirán el el futuro? ( Por qué?)

128 TEACHER EXAMINER COPY HIGHER TIER SET 9 ROLE PLAY Sub-theme: Jobs and Future Plans Applying for work/study Escenario: Quieres un trabajo de verano en España y tienes una entrevista en una agencia de trabajo español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Teacher examiner's prompts: Por qué quisiera usted trabajar en España? Explica por qué quisieras trabajar en España. Qué tipo de trabajo le gustaría hacer y por qué? Di que tipo de trabajo te gustaría hacer y por qué. Muy bien. Para cuánto tiempo le quedará usted en España? Di para cuanto tiempo te quedarás en España. Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre las condiciones del trabajo disponible. Reply appropriately. Qué harás cuando volverás a casa? Contesta la pregunta.

129 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 129 PHOTO CARD DISCUSSION Sub-theme: World of Work Work experience and part-time jobs De qué trata esta foto? Cuáles son las ventajas y desventajas de un trabajo voluntario? Teacher examiner's additional questions: Para mí, ganar mucho dinero es lo más importante. Estás de acuerdo? Qué cosas aprendiste durante tu experiencia laboral?

130 CONVERSATION Teacher examiner's questions 1. Identity and culture Sub-theme: Youth Culture Technology and social media Qué tecnología utilizaste ayer? Cuáles son las ventajas y desventajas de los medios sociales? Podrías vivir sin móvil? 2. Local, national, international and global areas of interest Sub-theme: Global Sustainability Social issues Qué has hecho para apoyar causas benéficas? Te gustaría hacer trabajo voluntario en el extranjero? ( Por qué (no)?) Si fueras presidente del gobierno qué harías para solucionar los problemas sociales en el mundo?

131 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 131 COMPONENT 1: SPEAKING (60 marks) MARK SCHEME General Advice Examiners are asked to read and digest thoroughly all the information set out in the document Instructions for Examiners sent as part of the stationery pack. It is essential for the smooth running of the examination that these instructions are adhered to by all. Particular attention should be paid to the following instructions regarding marking. Examiners must be positive in their approach. Look for opportunities to reward rather than penalise. Make sure that you are familiar with the role plays, the photo card questions and the conversation questions Make sure you are familiar with the assessment grids for the photo cards and conversation at both tiers and the descriptors for each section of the grid (p ). There are two marks available in each band for Communication and interaction in the photo card task. See information below regarding advice on awarding marks using banded mark schemes. The specified length of the Speaking test for Foundation Tier is 7-9 minutes and minutes for Higher Tier. You are not required to mark speaking evidence that exceeds these timings. Centres are instructed to ensure that each candidate carries out the correctly allocated speaking set of tasks from a randomly generated list. Examiners will be provided with a copy of this list and are required to check that the correct set has been used. In cases where an incorrect set has been used, the examiner is requested to inform WJEC. Banded mark schemes (Speaking) Banded mark schemes are divided so that each band has relevant descriptors. The descriptors for the band provide a description of the performance level for that band. This is done as a two stage process. Stage 1 Deciding on the band When deciding on a band, the conversation should be viewed holistically. Beginning at the lowest band, examiners should look at the descriptors for that band and see if they match the qualities shown in the candidate s work for that section. If the descriptors at the lowest band are satisfied, examiners should move up to the next band and repeat this process for each band until the descriptors match the work. If a candidate s conversation covers different aspects of different bands within the mark scheme, a best fit approach should be adopted to decide on the band. For instance if work is mainly in band 2 but with a limited amount of band 3 content, the work would be placed in band 2, but the mark awarded would be close to the top of band 2 as a result of the band 3 content. Examiners should not seek to mark candidates down as a result of small omissions in minor areas of their work.

132 Stage 2 Deciding on the mark Once the band has been decided, examiners can then assign a mark. WJEC will provide standardising material already awarded a mark and this should be used as reference material when assessing the work. When marking, examiners can use these examples to decide whether a candidate s work is of a superior, inferior or comparable standard to the example. Examiners are reminded of the need to revisit the standardising material as they apply the mark scheme in order to confirm that the band and the mark allocated is appropriate to the work submitted. The following pages contain notes for examiners; mark schemes for the role play for both Foundation and Higher Tier (p ); and assessment grids for the photo card discussion and the conversation. In addition, examiners should ensure they are familiar with the grammar requirements in Appendix B of the specification. When using the assessment grids for the photo card discussion, the skills of Communication and interaction and Spontaneity are to be assessed separately. Candidates achieving a lower mark in one column are not automatically precluded from accessing higher marks in another. However, candidates achieving a mark of 0 in Communication and interaction will automatically be awarded 0 for Spontaneity. When using the assessment grids for Conversation, the skills of Communication and interaction and Knowledge of, and accurate application of, grammar and structures are to be assessed separately and for each sub-theme. The skills of Spontaneity and Pronunciation and intonation are to be assessed separately and across the task as a whole. Candidates achieving a lower mark in one column are not automatically precluded from accessing higher marks in another. However, candidates achieving a mark of 0 in Communication and interaction will automatically be awarded 0 for Knowledge of, and accurate application of, grammar and structures, 0 for Spontaneity and 0 for Pronunciation and Intonation.

133 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 133 SET 1 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a sobre la tecnología. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Cómo es tu móvil? Describe tu móvil 1 Qué tecnología utilizas normalmente? Di que tecnología utilizas normalmente 2 Qué hiciste ayer en el ordenador? Di que hiciste ayer en el ordenador 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta a tu amigo/a sobre los medios sociales 4 Reply appropriately. Con qué frecuencia utilizas los medios sociales? Contesta la pregunta Mi móvil es nuevo con una pantalla grande: accept any suitable response Normalmente utilizo una tableta: accept any correct response Mandé correos electrónicos a mis amigos: accept any correct response in the past Te gustan los medios sociales?: accept any correct question Todos los días: accept any correct response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

134 SET 2 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a español/a sobre el deporte y la salud. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Qué haces para mantenerte en forma? Describe que haces para mantenerte en forma 1 Comes sanamente? Di si comes sanamente o no 2 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre la dieta de tu amigo/a 3 Reply appropriately. Juegas mucho deporte? Di con qué frecuencia juegas al deporte 4 Qué hiciste la semana pasada para mantenerte en forma? Contesta la pregunta Juego al fútbol y hago la natación: accept any suitable response Intento comer sanamente: accept any correct response Te gusta la comida basura?: accept any correct question Hago el deporte todos los días: accept any correct response Jugué al tenis en el parque: accept any correct response in the past. Look for and reward any valid alternatives

135 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 135 SET 3 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p. 151) Escenario: Estás participando en un intercambio escolar y estás hablando de tradiciones españolas e inglesas con tu amigo/a español/a. Tu profesor/a es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Qué haces normalmente para tu cumpleaños? Describe lo que haces normalmente para tu cumpleaños 1 Qué comes normalmente para tu cumpleaños? Describe lo que comes normalmente para tu cumpleaños 2 Qué tipo de comida española prefieres? Di que comida española prefieres 3 Yo también Haz una pregunta sobre la comida española 4 Reply appropriately. Qué te gustaría comer esta noche? Contesta la pregunta Normalmente voy a un restaurante con mi familia: accept any suitable response Como un pastel: accept any correct response Prefiero las tapas: accept any correct response Te gusta la tortilla?: accept any correct response Me gustaría comer pollo con arroz: accept any correct response in the conditional Look for and reward any valid alternatives

136 SET 4 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás comprando un billete en una estación de trenes en España. Tu profesor es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Buenos días. En qué puedo servirle? Explica adonde te gustaría viajar 1 Qué tipo de billete quiere? Di que tipo de billete quieres 2 Y cómo va a pagar? Di como vas a pagar 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre el precio del viaje 4 Reply appropriately. Cuántos billetes quiere? Contesta la pregunta Me gustaría ir a Barcelona: accept any suitable response in the conditional Quisiera un billete de ida y vuelta: accept any correct response Con tarjeta de crédito: accept any correct response Cuánto cuesta un billete?: accept any correct question Quiero cinco billetes: accept any correct response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

137 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 137 SET 5 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás en una oficina de turismo en España. Tu profesor/a es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Buenos días. Puedo ayudarle? Menciona un monumento que te gustaría visitar 1 Por qué le interesa este monumento? Explica por qué quieres visitarlo 2 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre los precios 3 Reply appropriately. Para cuánto tiempo está usted de vacaciones? Di para cuanto tiempo estás de vacaciones 4 Reply appropriately. De qué nacionalidad es usted? Contesta la pregunta Me gustaría/quisiera visitar el castillo: accept any suitable response in the conditional Me parece muy interesante: accept any correct response Cuánto cuesta una entrada?: accept any correct question Estoy aquí para dos semanas accept any correct response Soy inglés/a: accept any correct response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

138 SET 6 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escena: estás en un pueblo en España y un hombre/una mujer te pide responder a un cuestionario sobre los problemas sociales en el mundo. Tu profesor/a juega el rol del hombre/de la mujer y habla primero. Qué son los problemas sociales en el mundo? Menciona los problemas sociales en el mundo 1 Qué se puede hacer para ayudar a las personas necesitadas? Explica cómo se puede hacer para ayudar a las personas necesitadas 2 Vale. Quieres comprar una camiseta para recaudar fondos? Haz una pregunta sobre el precio 3 Te gustaría hacer un trabajo voluntario con una organización benéfica en el futuro? Di cuando te gustaría hacer un trabajo voluntario en el futuro 4 Quiero mandarte información sobre las organizaciones benéficas. Cómo puedo ponerme en contacto contigo? Contesta la pregunta Hay la sequía, la pobreza y las inundaciones: accept any suitable response Se puede dar dinero/mandar comida: accept any correct response Cuánto cuestan las camisetas?: accept any correct question Sí, me gustaría hacer un trabajo voluntario después de mis exámenes: accept any correct response. Must be conditional tense Mi correo electrónico es : accept any correct response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

139 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 139 SET 7 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a español/a sobre tu colegio. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Te gusta tu colegio? Da tu opinión de tu colegio 1 Qué asignaturas estudias? Di las asignaturas que estudias 2 Qué hiciste ayer al colegio? Di que hiciste al colegio ayer 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre la rutina escolar de tu amigo/a 4 Reply appropriately. Cómo viajas al colegio? Contesta la pregunta Mi colegio es aburrido: accept any suitable response Estudio el inglés, las matemáticas y las ciencias: accept any correct response Hablé con mis amigos en el patio: accept any correct response in the past A qué hora es el recreo?: accept any correct question Voy a pie: accept any correct response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

140 SET 8 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Tienes una entrevista para un trabajo de verano en un hotel español para mejorar tu español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Buenos días. Puede presentarle, por favor? Preséntate 1 Cuáles son sus cualidades personales? Da tus cualidades personales 2 Muy bien. Qué hizo usted para su experiencia laboral? Di que hiciste para tu experiencia laboral 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre el salario 4 Reply appropriately. Cuándo puede empezar? Contesta la pregunta Me llamo Andrew y tengo quince años: accept any suitable response Soy trabajador y responsable: accept any correct response Trabajé en una oficina: accept any correct response in the past Cuánto paga el trabajo?: accept any correct question La semana que viene: accept any correct response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

141 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 141 SET 9 FOUNDATION TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Quieres un trabajo de verano en España y tienes una entrevista en una agencia de trabajo español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Por qué quiere trabajar en España? Explica por qué quieres trabajar en España 1 Qué tipo de trabajo le gustaría hacer? Di que tipo de trabajo te gustaría hacer 2 Muy bien. Tiene usted experiencia de trabajo? Di que experiencia tienes 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre el trabajo 4 Reply appropriately. Qué idiomas habla usted? Contesta la pregunta Quiero mejorar mi español: accept any suitable response Me gustaría trabajar en un restaurante: accept any correct response in the conditional Tengo experiencia de trabajar en una cafetería: accept any correct response Cuánto es el salario?: accept any correct response Hablo español y francés: accept any correct response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

142 SET 1 HIGHER TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás de vacaciones en España y tienes un problema con tu móvil. Vas a la tienda de móviles. Tu profesor/a es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Buenos días. Puedo ayudarle? Describe el problema con tu móvil 1 Cómo ocurrió este problema? Explica como ocurrió el problema 2 Lo siento Di porque te molesta 3 Sí, claro Haz una pregunta sobre los otros móviles en la tienda 4 Reply appropriately. Quisiera comprar un nuevo móvil hoy? Contesta la pregunta Mi móvil no funciona muy bien: accept any correct response Lo dejé en mi bolsa: accept any correct response in the past Me molesta porque estoy de vacaciones y quiero tomar fotos: accept any correct response Son caros los móviles aquí?: accept any correct question Me gustaría comprar una tableta: accept any correct response in the conditional Look for and reward any valid alternatives

143 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 143 SET 2 HIGHER TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás de vacaciones en España y quieres ir al polideportivo. Llamas al polideportivo por teléfono. Tu profesor/a es el empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Buenos días. Puedo ayudarle? Explica que quisieras hacer en el polideportivo 1 Cuántas personas son? Da detalles de las personas que quieren hacer esta actividad 2 Es la primera vez que hace usted esta actividad? Di cuando hiciste esta actividad la última vez 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre los precios de las actividades 4 Reply appropriately. Quisiera reservar algo? Contesta la pregunta Me gustaría jugar al bádminton: accept any suitable response in the conditional Somos cuatro personas, dos adultos y dos niños: accept any correct response Jugué al bádminton la semana pasada: accept any correct response in the past Cuánto cuesta una hora de bádminton?: accept any correct question Me gustaría reservar una cancha para mañana: accept any correct response in the conditional Look for and reward any valid alternatives

144 SET 3 HIGHER TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás de vacaciones de Navidad en España. Estás comparando las tradiciones españoles e ingleses con tu amigo/a español/a. Cómo celebraste la Navidad pasada? Di como celebraste la Navidad pasada 1 Qué se come para la Navidad en Inglaterra? Explica lo que se come tradicionalmente en Inglaterra para la Navidad 2 Te gusta la comida española? Da tu opinión de la comida española y las razones 3 Estoy de acuerdo Haz una pregunta a tu amigo/a sobre las especialidades españolas 4 Reply appropriately. Qué tipo de comida española te gustaría probar? Contesta la pregunta Me quedé en casa con toda mi familia: accept any suitable response in the past Normalmente se come pavo para la cena de Navidad: accept any correct response Me encantan las tapas porque son muy sabrosas: accept any correct response Las especialidades españolas son dificiles a cocinar?: accept any correct response Me gustaría probar las patatas bravas: accept any correct response in the conditional Look for and reward any valid alternatives

145 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 145 SET 4 HIGHER TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás comprando un billete en una estación de trenes en España. Tu profesor es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Buenos días. En qué puedo servirle? Describe un viaje que hiciste en tren ayer 1 Y había algún problema? Describe un problema que tuviste durante el viaje de tren 2 Lo siento. Cómo podríamos ayudar? Di come se podría resolver el problema 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre un otro viaje que quieres hacer 4 Reply appropriately. Qué otros sitios tiene la intención de visitar en España? Contesta la pregunta Ayer fui a Madrid en tren: accept any suitable response in the past Creo que dejé mi chaqeta en el tren: accept any suitable response in the past Quisiera saber si hay una oficina de objetos perdidos: accept any correct response (in the conditional) Cuánto cuesta un billete a Barcelona?: accept any correct question Me gustaría visitar todas las ciudades famosas: accept any correct response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

146 SET 5 HIGHER TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás en una oficina de turismo en España. Tu profesor/a es el/la empleado/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Buenos días. Puedo ayudarle? Menciona una visita que hiciste a un monumento ayer 1 Y qué tal su visita? Da tu opinión de la visita y tus razones 2 Había algún problema? Describe un problema que tuviste durante tu visita 3 Lo siento Haz una pregunta sobre un otro monumento que quieres visitar 4 Reply appropriately. Qué otras actividades culturales le gustaría hacer en España? Contesta la pregunta Ayer visité el castillo con mi familia: accept any suitable response in the past. Lo pasamos muy bien porque el monumento fue muy interesante: accept any correct response Perdí mi monedero durante la visita accept any correct response in the past A qué hora abre el museo?: accept any correct question Me gustaría visitar una galería de arte: accept any correct response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

147 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 147 SET 6 HIGHER TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escena: Estás en un instituto en España. Asistes a una reunión para organizar un acto benéfico. Hablas con el profesor/la profesora que se encargará del acto. Tu profesor/a habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Qué son los problemas sociales más grandes en el mundo? Menciona algunos problemas sociales 1 Qué se puede hacer para recaudar fondos por organizaciones benéficas? Describe algunas actividades posibles 2 Vale. Cuánto dinero vamos a recaudar en total? Contesta la pregunta 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta al profesor/la profesora sobre la organización del acto 4 Reply appropriately. Cómo se puede publicitar el acto a los otros? Menciona unas ideas para publicitarlo Hay la pobreza, la hambruna, las epidemias: accept any suitable response. Se puede organizar una velada, una fiesta, vender pasteles, hacer y vender camisetas: accept any suitable response. Se desearía recaudar por lo menos 150: accept any suitable response. A qué hora empezará el acto?: accept any suitable response. Se puede hacer carteles y enviar tweets para publicar el acto: accept any suitable response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

148 SET 7 HIGHER TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Estás hablando con tu amigo/a español/a sobre tu colegio. Tu profesor es el/la amigo/a y habla primero. Te gusta tu colegio? Da tu opinión de tu colegio y tus razones 1 Tienes muchos deberes? Di cuantos deberes tienes cada semana 2 Qué harás el año que viene? Di que harás el año que viene 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre los estudios de tu amigo/a 4 Reply appropriately. Qué hiciste durante el recreo ayer? Contesta la pregunta Mi colegio es muy estricto porque los profesores son severos: accept any correct response Tengo diez horas de deberes cada semana: accept any correct response Estudiaré el español y la historia: accept any correct response in the future Cuál es tu asignatura preferida?: accept any correct question Hablé con mis amigos en el patio: accept any correct response in the past Look for and reward any valid alternatives

149 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 149 SET 8 HIGHER TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Tienes una entrevista para un trabajo de verano en un hotel español para mejorar tu español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Por qué quisiera usted trabajar en nuestro hotel? Di por qué quisieras trabajar en el hotel 1 Qué tipo de trabajo preferiría hacer en el hotel y por qué? Di que tipo de trabajo preferiría hacer en el hotel y por qué 2 Hizo usted un trabajo similar en el pasado? Habla de un trabajo similar que hiciste 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre las condiciones del trabajo 4 Reply appropriately. Cuáles son sus cualidades profesionales? Contesta la pregunta Me gustaría trabajar en el hotel para mejorar mi español: accept any suitable response in the conditional Preferiría trabajar en el bar porque me encanta hablar con la gente en un restaurante el año pasado: accept any correct response in the conditional Trabajé en un restaurante el año pasado: accept any correct response in the past Cuánto paga el trabajo?: accept any correct question Soy muy trabajador y responsable: accept any correct response Look for and reward any valid alternatives

150 SET 9 HIGHER TIER ROLE PLAY Notes for examiners - to be used in conjunction with the mark scheme for role plays (p.151) Escenario: Quieres un trabajo de verano en España y tienes una entrevista en una agencia de trabajo español. Tu profesor/a es el/la entrevistador/a y habla primero. Utiliza la forma usted. Por qué quisiera usted trabajar en España? Explica por qué quisieras trabajar en España 1 Qué tipo de trabajo le gustaría hacer y por qué? Di que tipo de trabajo te gustaría hacer y por qué 2 Muy bien. Para cuánto tiempo le quedará usted en España? Di para cuanto tiempo te quedarás en España 3 Muy bien Haz una pregunta sobre las condiciones del trabajo disponible 4 Reply appropriately. Qué harás cuando volverás a casa? Contesta la pregunta Quisiera trabajar en España para mejorar mi español: accept any suitable response in the conditional Me gustaría trabajar en un restaurante porque tengo experiencia de este trabajo: accept any correct response in the conditional Me quedaré para dos meses: accept any correct response in the future Cuánto es el salario?: accept any correct response Volveré al colegio: accept any correct response in the future Look for and reward any valid alternatives

151 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 151 MARK SCHEME Role Play (Foundation and Higher Tier) (15 marks) Each candidate will be required to complete a role play containing five responses. The role play will be assessed according to the following criteria: Communication and interaction Each response by the candidate will be given 3, 2, 1, or 0 marks on the following basis: 3 Message conveyed fully, with appropriate register. Vocabulary and grammatical structures are correct. Consistently accurate pronunciation and intonation. 2 Message is conveyed, though register may be inappropriate. Vocabulary and grammatical structures are mostly correct. Pronunciation and intonation are mostly accurate, may have occasional lapses. 1 Message is partially conveyed, though register may be inappropriate. Vocabulary and grammatical structures contain frequent errors. Lapses in pronunciation and intonation may impede communication. 0 Inappropriate or no response. None of the required information is communicated. Candidates will be advised to provide full sentences for each response. If minimal or oneword answers are provided, a maximum mark of 1 will be awarded.

152 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 152 Assessment Grid for Component 1: Speaking Foundation Tier Photo Card Discussion Band Marks Communication and interaction (Photo card) Marks Spontaneity* (Questions) Conveys mostly relevant information, narrates some events coherently and purposefully with reasonable adaptation of language for new purposes. Reasonable use of creative and complex language to express tir thoughts with some justification of their points of view Conveys some information, narrates some events coherently and purposefully with some adaptation of language for new purposes. Uses some creative and complex language to express their thoughts with simple justification of their points of view Conveys basic information, narrates some limited events coherently with little adaptation of language for new purposes. May use creative and complex language occasionally to express their thoughts and justify their points of view Conveys limited information, can narrate some limited events but with little adaptation of language for new purposes. Limited use of creative and complex language to express themselves and may have difficultly justifying their thoughts and points of view Conveys little information, narrates one or two events but without coherence, may occasionally adapt language for new purposes. Uses simple language to express themselves though may be unable to justify their thoughts and points of view. (15 marks) 5 Reasonably spontaneous responses to unexpected questions and points of view or situations. Is able to sustain a reasonable flow of communication through most of the conversation but with a number of hesitations. 4 Some responses to unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Is able to sustain some flow of communication through some of the conversation but with many hesitations. 3 Basic responses to unexpected questions points of view or situations. Most of the conversation relies on pre-learned information. Is able to sustain a basic level of communication through parts of the conversation but with frequent hesitations. 2 Limited responses to unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Communication breaks down in most parts of the conversation. 1 Basic, often one word responses to unexpected questions. Communication breaks down in almost every part of the conversation. 0 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted. 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted. When awarding marks, Communication and interaction and Spontaneity will be assessed separately. NB * Candidates not needing to use rephrasing or repair strategies will not be penalised. Candidates who use rephrasing or repair strategies successfully without impeding communication may still access the higher bands.

153 Assessment Grid for Component 1: Speaking Higher Tier Photo Card Discussion Band Marks Communication and interaction (Photo card) Marks Spontaneity* (Questions) Conveys very detailed information, narrates events coherently and confidently using and adapting language for new purposes. Uses a wide variety of creative and complex language to express and justify their thoughts and points of view perceptively Conveys detailed information, narrates events coherently and confidently using and adapting language for new purposes. Uses a range of creative and complex language to express and justify their thoughts and points of view effectively Conveys relevant information, narrates most events coherently and confidently adapting some language for new purposes. Uses a range of creative and complex language to express and justify their thoughts and points of view Conveys mostly relevant information, narrates some events coherently and purposefully with reasonable adaptation of language for new purposes. Reasonable use of creative and complex language to express their thoughts with some justification of their points of view Conveys some information, narrates some events coherently and purposefully with some adaptation of language for new purposes. Uses some creative and complex language to express their thoughts with simple justification of their points of GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 153 (15 marks) 5 Excellent spontaneous responses to all unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Is easily able to sustain a natural flow of communication throughout the conversation. 4 Very good spontaneous responses to all unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Is able to sustain a natural flow of communication through most of the conversation with one or two hesitations. 3 Generally good spontaneous responses to most unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Is able to sustain a flow of communication through most of the conversation, but with a few hesitations. 2 Reasonably spontaneous responses to unexpected questions and points of view or situations. Is able to sustain a reasonable flow of communication through most of the conversation but with a number of hesitations. 1 Some responses to unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Is able to sustain some flow of communication through some of the conversation but with many hesitations. view. 0 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted. 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted. When awarding marks, Communication and interaction and Spontaneity will be assessed separately. NB *Candidates not needing to use rephrasing or repair strategies will not be penalised. Candidates who use rephrasing or repair strategies successfully without impeding communication may still access the higher bands.

154 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 154 Assessment Grid for Component 1: Speaking Foundation Tier Conversation For each sub-theme (i.e. 2 x 10 marks): (30 marks in total) Band Marks Communication and interaction Marks Knowledge of, and accurate application of, grammar and structures 5 5 Conveys mostly relevant information, narrates some events coherently and purposefully with reasonable adaptation of language for new purposes. Occasionally initiates and develops conversation with some reasonable extended sequences of speech. Reasonable use of creative and complex language to express their thoughts with some justification of their points of view. 4 4 Conveys some information, narrates some events coherently and purposefully with some adaptation of language for new purposes. Develops some simple conversation. Uses some creative and complex language to express their thoughts with simple justification of their points of view. 3 3 Conveys basic information, narrates some limited events coherently with little adaptation of language for new purposes. Develops basic conversation. May use creative and complex language occasionally to express their thoughts and justify their points of view. 2 2 Conveys limited information, can narrate some limited events but with little adaptation of language for new purposes. Basic development of very simple conversation. Limited use of creative and complex language to express themselves and may have difficulty justifying their thoughts and points of view. 5 Shows a good level of accuracy when using simple structures, though errors are often present when attempting more complex structures. A limited variety of vocabulary and grammatical structures is used. References to past, present and future events have limited success. 4 Some accuracy demonstrated when using simple structures, limited use of complex structures. Basic vocabulary and simple grammatical structures used. References to past, present and future events are mostly incorrect. 3 Some accuracy demonstrated when using simple structures but sometimes used inappropriately, very limited use of complex structures. References to past, present, or future events are mostly incorrect. 2 Some accuracy demonstrated when using simple structures, but mostly used inappropriately. References to past, present or future events are incorrect. 1 1 Conveys little information, narrates one or two events but without coherence, may occasionally adapt language for new purposes. 1 Little or no accuracy demonstrated when using simple structures, References to past, present or future events are incorrect. No development of simple conversation. Uses simple language to express themselves though may be unable to justify their thoughts and points of view. 0 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted. 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted.

155 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 155 Assessment Grid for Component 1: Speaking Foundation Tier Conversation Across the whole task: Band Marks *Spontaneity Marks Pronunciation and intonation 5 5 Reasonably spontaneous responses to unexpected questions and points of view or situations. 5 Generally good pronunciation and intonation but with a number of Is able to sustain a reasonable flow of communication inaccuracies. through most of the conversation but with a number of hesitations. 4 4 Some responses to unexpected questions, points of view or situations. 4 A mixed performance where pronunciation and intonation is more Is able to sustain some flow of communication through some of the conversation but with many hesitations. accurate than inaccurate. A native speaker would have some difficulty understanding parts of the conversation. 3 3 Basic responses to unexpected questions points of view or situations. 3 Pronunciation and intonation is more inaccurate than accurate. A native Is able to sustain a basic level of communication through parts of the conversation but with frequent hesitations. speaker would have difficulty understanding large parts of the conversation. 2 2 Limited responses to unexpected questions, points of view or situations. 2 Uses pronunciation and intonation that is occasionally understandable. A native Communication breaks down in most parts of the conversation. speaker would struggle to understand most of the conversation. 1 1 Basic, often one word responses to unexpected questions. 1 Little use of correct pronunciation and intonation. A native speaker would Communication breaks down in almost every part of the conversation. struggle to understand almost all of the responses. 0 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted. 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted. NB * Candidates not needing to use rephrasing or repair strategies will not be penalised. Candidates who use rephrasing or repair strategies successfully without impeding communication may still access the higher bands.

156 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 156 Assessment Grid for Component 1: Speaking Higher Tier Conversation For each sub-theme (i.e. 2 x 10 marks): Band Marks Communication and interaction Marks Knowledge of, and accurate application of, grammar and structures 5 5 Conveys very detailed information, narrates events coherently and confidently using and adapting language for new purposes. Consistently initiates and develops conversation and produces extended sequences of speech. Uses a wide variety of creative and complex language to express and justify their thoughts and points of view perceptively. 4 4 Conveys almost all information, narrates events coherently and confidently using and adapting language for new purposes. Effectively initiates and develops conversation and produces extended sequences of speech. Uses a range of creative and complex language to express and justify their thoughts and points of view effectively. 3 3 Conveys relevant information, narrates most events coherently and confidently adapting some language for new purposes. Mostly initiates and develops conversation with some extended sequences of speech. Uses a range of creative and complex language to express and justify their thoughts and points of view 2 2 Conveys mostly relevant information, narrates some events coherently and confidently with reasonable adaptation of language for new purposes. Occasionally initiates and develops conversation with limited extended sequences of speech. Uses limited creative and complex language to express their thoughts with limited justification of their points of view. 1 1 Conveys some information, narrates some events coherently and purposefully with some adaptation of language for new purposes. Develops some simple conversation. Uses some creative and complex language to express their thoughts with simple justification of their points of view. (30 marks in total) 5 Shows a high level of accuracy with very few minor errors. Language is sophisticated with a wide variety of vocabulary and grammatical structures, including complex structures. References to past, present and future events are correct. 4 Shows a very good level of accuracy with some minor errors. A variety of vocabulary and grammatical structures is used, including complex structures. References to past, present and future events are almost always correct. 3 Shows a very good level of accuracy when using simple structures, though some errors are present when using more complex structures. A variety of vocabulary and grammatical structures is used and is mostly successful. References to past, present and future events are mostly correct. 2 Shows a good level of accuracy when using simple structures, though errors are often present when attempting more complex structures. A limited variety of vocabulary and grammatical structures is used. References to past, present and future events have limited success. 1 Some accuracy demonstrated when using simple structures, limited use of complex structures. Basic vocabulary and simple grammatical structures used. References to past, present and future events are mostly incorrect. 0 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted. 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted.

157 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 157 Assessment Grid for Component 1: Speaking Higher Tier Conversaiton Across the whole task: Band Marks *Spontaneity Marks Pronunciation and intonation 5 5 Excellent spontaneous responses to all unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Is easily able to sustain a natural flow of communication throughout the conversation. 4 4 Very good spontaneous responses to all unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Is able to sustain a natural flow of communication through most of the conversation with one or two hesitations. 3 3 Generally good spontaneous responses to most unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Is able to sustain a flow of communication through most of the conversation, but with a few hesitations. 2 2 Some spontaneous responses to unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Is able to sustain a flow of communication through most of the conversation but with a number of hesitations. 1 1 Limited responses to unexpected questions, points of view or situations. Is able to sustain some flow of communication through some of the conversation but with many hesitations. 5 Excellent pronunciation and intonation. Consistently accurate. 4 Very good pronunciation and intonation with occasional inaccuracies. Would be understood by a native speaker. 3 Generally good pronunciation and intonation but with a few inaccuracies. Would be mostly understood by a native speaker. 2 Generally good pronunciation and intonation but with a number of inaccuracies. Would be mostly understood by a native speaker. 1 A mixed performance where pronunciation and intonation is more accurate than inaccurate. A native speaker would have some difficulty understanding parts of the conversation. 0 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted. 0 Response not worthy of credit or not attempted. NB * Candidates not needing to use rephrasing or repair strategies will not be penalised. Candidates who use rephrasing or repair strategies successfully without impeding communication may still access the higher bands

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159 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 159 Candidate Name Centre Number Candidate Number 0 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 2: LISTENING FOUNDATION TIER 35 minutes including 5 minutes reading time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES Use black ink or black ball-point pen. Write your name, centre number and candidate number in the spaces at the top of this page. Answer all the questions. Where numbers are required, figures may be used. You will hear a recording which contains a number of items in Spanish and you will answer questions on each of these in English or Spanish as instructed. Write your answers in the spaces provided in this question paper. You will have five minutes to read the question paper before the recording begins. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. Before you hear the recording, you will be allowed five minutes to read the questions. You may make notes on the question paper during this time. The recording will be played and you will hear question 1 as it appears in your answer book, introduced by the question number or part-question number. The Spanish item will then follow. At the end of this there will be a pause and the item will be repeated. All other questions will be heard in the same way. You may make notes or write your answers at any time. The paper carries 60 marks. The number of marks for each question or part-question is given in brackets. You are advised to divide your time accordingly.

160 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 160 Question 1 (6 marks) Listen to this radio item. Answer the questions below in English. (a) What are these announcements about? (1) Tick () the correct box holiday activities weather forecast school timetable (b) Write one key point for each day of the week. (5) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

161 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 161 Question 2 (6 marks) Pedro is having a discussion with his teacher. Tick () the correct box for each question (a) What are they discussing? (1) what he does at school what he does in town what he does at home (b) What does Pedro always do? (1) recycles glass walks everywhere turns off the lights (c) What problem does he mention? (1) wasting water air pollution too much rubbish (d) What suggestion does he make? (1) recycle more have showers instead of baths use public transport

162 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 162 (e) What does he recycle? (1) paper and card paper and plastic plastic and glass (f) How often does he recycle? (1) every day every other day twice a week Question 3 (6 marks) María is talking about her work experience. Tick () the correct box for each question. (a) María trabajó con su (1) tío padre primo (b) Su trabajo comenzó a las (1)

163 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 163 (c) El día terminó a las (1) (d) Para comer tenía (1) 1 hora 45 minutos 50 minutos (e) Su opinion del trabajo (1) (f) Su opinión de las personas allí (1)

164 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 164 Question 4 (6 marks) Listen to the conversation between Laura and Juan and answer the questions in English. (a) What can Juan use his new mobile phone for? Give two details. (2) (b) What disadvantage does he think mobile phones have? (1) (c) What does he enjoy using his phone for? (1) (d) What s the problem at school? (1) (e) Why does he think it s a shame? (1)

165 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 165 Question 5 (6 marks) Listen to the announcement and tick () the correct box. (a) El anuncio trata de (1) (b) Tiene lugar en (1) E N S (c) La edad mínima (1) (d) Distancia (1) 80 metros 800 metros 1 kilometro (e) Tiene lugar en (1) otoño invierno verano (f) Hora de comienzo (1)

166 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 166 Question 6 (6 marks) Listen to Alejandro talking about jobs. Complete the grid in English with one detail for each section. (a) Job Alejandro wanted to do when he was younger (1) (b) Father s job (1) (c) What his brother does (1) (d) Mother s job (1) (e) Job Alejandro would like to do in the future (1) (f) Alejandro s part-time job (1)

167 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 167 Question 7 (6 marks) Elena is talking about health and fitness. Listen to what she says and tick () the six correct statements. (a) She goes swimming a lot (b) She enjoys basketball (c) She is not very good at basketball (d) Sport helps you make new friends (e) Sport helps you sleep better (f) Sport helps with stress (g) Sport helps avoid illnesses (h) Sport makes you strong (i) Sport helps you lose weight (j) Sport is good for your health (k) She eats a lot of fast food (l) She eats a lot of fruit and vegetables

168 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 168 Question 8 (6 marks) Listen to this radio advertisement. Fill in the table with the information in English. What is this announcement for? (1) Location (1) Opening times (1) Three things that are not allowed (3)

169 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 169 Question 9 (6 marks) Nuria is talking to her teacher about her visit to an English school. Answer the questions in English. (a) What did Nuria say was the main difference between Spanish and English schools? (1) (b) What else did she say about this? (1) (c) What other differences did she notice? Give two details. (2) (d) Which school system do you think she prefers and why? (2)

170 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 170 Question 10 (6 marks) Listen to Eduardo talking about where he used to live. Answer the questions in English. (a) What does Eduardo say about life in the village when he was young? Give two details. (2) (b) What does he say about it now? Give two details. (2) (c) Do you think he prefers the village the way it is today? Why/why not? (2)

171 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 171 Candidate Name Centre Number Candidate Number 0 GCSE SPANISH COMPONENT 2: LISTENING HIGHER TIER 45 minutes including 5 minutes reading time SAMPLE ASSESSMENT MATERIALS INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES Use black ink or black ball-point pen. Write your name, centre number and candidate number in the spaces at the top of this page. Answer all the questions. Where numbers are required, figures may be used. You will hear a recording which contains a number of items in Spanish and you will answer questions on each of these in English or Spanish as instructed. Write your answers in the spaces provided in this question paper. You will have five minutes to read the question paper before the recording begins. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES Dictionaries are not allowed. Before you hear the recording, you will be allowed five minutes to read the questions. You may make notes on the question paper during this time. The recording will be played and you will hear question 1 as it appears in your answer book, introduced by the question number or part-question number. The Spanish item will then follow. At the end of this there will be a pause and the item will be repeated. All other questions will be heard in the same way. You may make notes or write your answers at any time. The paper carries 60 marks. The number of marks for each question or part-question is given in brackets. You are advised to divide your time accordingly.

172 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 172 Question 1 (6 marks) Nuria is talking to her teacher about her visit to an English school. Answer the questions in English. (a) What did Nuria say was the main difference between Spanish and English schools? (1) (b) What else did she say about this? (1) (c) What other differences did she notice? Give two details. (2) (d) Which school system do you think she prefers and why? (2) Question 2 (6 marks) Listen to Eduardo talking about where he used to live. Answer the questions in English. (a) What does Eduardo say about life in the village when he was young? Give two details. (2) (b) What does he say about it now? Give two details. (2) (c) Do you think he prefers the village the way it is today? Why/why not? (2)

173 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 173 Question 3 (6 marks) Listen to this radio advertisement. Fill in the table with the information in English. What is this advertisement for? (1) What is the advertisement encouraging you to do? (1) What two discounts are available? (2) What dates is it available? (2) Question 4 (6 marks) Silvia is at a job interview for a summer job. Answer the questions in English. Where does Silvia want to work? (1) Where did she work last summer? (1) Give two tasks that she did in her last job (2) Give two of the personal qualities that Silvia mentions (2)

174 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 174 Question 5 (6 marks) Listen to the radio interview with the Spanish singer Abraham Mateo. Fill in the gaps in Spanish. (a) Es la.. que va a cantar en directo en Argentina. (1) (b) Su va a ser muy divertido. (1) (c) Su...le acompaña por todas partes. (1) (d) Es un chico... y (2) (e) Su novia ideal sería (1) Question 6 (6 marks) Listen to the information and complete the form in Spanish. Tipo de producto (1) Ventaja para padres (1) Dos funciones (2) Duración de batería (1) Precio (1)

175 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 175 Question 7 (6 marks) Listen to a report from a Spanish radio station. Complete the table in English. What is the announcement about? (1) When does it take place? (1) Approximately how many people take part? (1) Give one thing that you should have to take part (1) Give two things that you are not allowed to do (2)

176 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 176 Question 8 (9 marks) Luis and Laura are being interviewed about their experience in the workplace. Answer the questions in the table in English. Luis How does Luis feel about his job? (1) What causes him to feel like this? (1) How does Luis describe his work ethic? (1) What is he worried about? (1) Laura What happened after she finished university? (1) How did this make her feel? (1) What does her job allow her to do? (1) What will be a new experience for her? (1) How does she feel about her job? (1)

177 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 177 Question 9 (9 marks) Listen to the news report and answer the questions in English. (a) Give two environmental benefits that are mentioned (2) (b) What would give people a better perception of their own health? (2) (c) Give one physical and one mental health benefit of having more green spaces (2) (d) What reasons are suggested for the improvement in health? (3)

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179 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 179 COMPONENT 2: LISTENING (60 marks) General Advice MARK SCHEME Examiners are asked to read and digest thoroughly all the information set out in the document Instructions for Examiners sent as part of the stationery pack. It is essential for the smooth running of the examination that these instructions are adhered to by all. A detailed mark scheme is provided but further answers will be discussed at the examiners conference in the light of candidates scripts. Figures and numbers are acceptable and this is stated in the notes to candidates. Additional incorrect information given by the candidate must be disregarded as long as the correct answer has been given unless the incorrect information obviously contradicts or modifies what has been written. When extra boxes are ticked or additional answers given, the correct answers are credited and the incorrect ones subtracted. If candidates hedge their bets (give two contradictory answers), the marks awarded are +1-1 = 0. Where information given for example in brackets or with an oblique (unless considered an alternative answer) makes the answer more ambiguous a mark is deducted. On some occasions there may be only a partial, incomplete or ambiguous answer and we need to look at these on an individual basis. Answers in English which have English spelling which is incorrect but understandable and which does not interfere with the message communicated will be generally accepted. Answers in Spanish which have Spanish spelling which is incorrect but understandable will be generally accepted. The marks awarded for each question should be shown in the margin by the question. These should be totalled and the total shown at the bottom of the margin on the final page. Marking reminders Ensure marks awarded tally with the number of marks allocated Check the number of details required in the response Check mathematical additions when totalling marks The following pages contain the transcripts of the extracts used for Component 2 and mark schemes for both Foundation and Higher Tier.

180 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 180 COMPONENT 2 (60 marks) LISTENING FOUNDATION TIER MARK SCHEME Question 1 (6 marks) Transcript Buenos días, aquí tenemos el pronóstico del tiempo para la semana que viene. lunes, mayormente soleado y caluroso. martes, vientos del noreste. miércoles, probabilidad de lluvia. No olvide su paraguas! jueves, tormentas dispersas por la noche Finalmente, viernes, cielo nublado y parcialmente cubierto. (43 words) (a) (1) holiday activities weather forecast school timetable (b) (5) Monday sunny/warm/hot Tuesday windy Wednesday rainy Thursday storms Friday cloudy

181 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 181 Question 2 (6 marks) Transcript Teacher: Pedro: Teacher: Pedro: Teacher: Pedro: Qué haces en casa para proteger el medioambiente? Hago muchas cosas, por ejemplo siempre apago las luces Hay muchos problemas medioambientales en tu pueblo? Sí, hay mucha contaminación del aire a causa del tráfico. Debemos utilizar el transporte público en vez de ir en coche Con qué frecuencia reciclas en casa? Reciclamos papel y plástico todos los días. (57 words) (a) (1) what he does at school what he does in town what he does at home (b) (1) recycles glass walks everywhere turns off the lights (c) (1) wasting water air pollution too much rubbish

182 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 182 (d) (1) recycle more have showers instead of baths use public transport (e) (1) paper and card paper and plastic plastic and glass (f) (1) every day every other day twice a week

183 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 183 Question 3 (6 marks) Trabajé en la oficina de mi tío. Empecé a las nueve y cuarto cada mañana y terminé a las cinco y media. Tenía cincuenta minutos para comer cada día. Lo pasé muy bien, hice muchas tareas diferentes, me encantó contestar el teléfono porque me gustó hablar con la gente. Desafortunadamente mis compañeros no eran simpáticos y el jefe era estricto (60 words) (a) María trabajó con su tío padre primo (b) Su trabajo comenzó a las (1) (c) El día terminó a las (1) (d) Para comer tenía (1) (e) 1 hora 45 minutos 50 minutos Su opinion del trabajo (1) (1)

184 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 184 (f) Su opinión de las personas allí (1) Question 4 (6 marks) Transcript Laura: Qué características tiene tu nuevo teléfono móvil? Juan: Es fantástico! Puedo escuchar música y mandar correos electrónicos, pero tengo que admitir que los móviles son muy caros. Laura: Te gustan los medios sociales? Juan: Sí, me encanta chatear con mis amigos. Desafortunadamente los móviles no están permitidos en el colegio. Es una lástima porque quisiera navegar la red para ayudar con mis estudios. (60 words) (a) listen to music/send s (2) (b) (they are) expensive (1) (c) chatting with his friends (on social media) (1) (d) mobiles are not allowed/not permitted/are banned at school (any 1) (1) (e) because he likes to use it/use the internet for his work/studies (any 1) (1)

185 GCSE SPANISH Sample Assessment Materials 185 Question 5 Transcript (6 marks) La fiesta de San Fermín tiene lugar en Pamplona, una ciudad en el norte de España. La actividad más famosa es el encierro que consiste en correr unos 800 metros por las calles delante de los toros. Es muy peligroso y los participantes tienen que tener al menos dieciocho años. La fiesta comienza el seis de julio y termina el catorce de julio. El encierro de los toros empieza cada día a las ocho de la mañana. (76 words) (a) El anuncio trata de (b) Tiene lugar en (1) E N S (c) La edad mínima (1) (d) Distancia (1) (e) 80 metros 800 metros 1 kilometro Tiene lugar en (1) otoño invierno verano (1)

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