A. Toni informs Bill on what marks she has just given.
B. Bill thinks reports are easier to write than narrative texts.
C. Bill has never had enough imagination to write narrative texts.
D. Some students make mistakes not paying attention to the exam questions.
E. Toni thinks some students don’t write a plan for their report.
F. Toni’s students normally check each other’s reports.
G. It’s not a good idea to include your spelling mistakes to your checklists.
Данные о задании
Ответ с пояснениями:
|A||2||Not so bad. I am marking all of the writing sections first.|
|B||1||Reports are easy to write though. I would have thought that was what students found easiest.|
|D||1||Well lots of people don’t read the task carefully so they end up writing a report about the wrong thing.|
|E||1||They don’t seem to realize how important it is just reading the task and thinking about it a bit, what it means, who the report is for, what style they should use. They are always in too much of a hurry to start writing.|
|G||2||I think it’s a good idea to get your students used to be using some sort of a checklist after they have finished writing their report… If the report is supposed to be formal then it should be formal: no contractions, no colloquially, compressions and then spelling and headings.|