This afternoon (Friday April 3), I received some important information, so please read this announcement carefully.
During Week 8, our classrooms will not be available to us. Therefore, the mid-term exams will be held during Week 7, not Week 8. However, you will be given a reading-and-writing assignment to be finished during Week 8. Here is what we will be doing for the next few weeks:
* Week 6
– Finish Unit 5
– Quiz on Unit 4
* Week 7
– Mid-term exams
– be given reading-and-writing assignment
* Week 8
– leave finished reading-and-writing assignments in a box in front of my office door
* Week 9
– Quiz on Unit 5
– begin Unit 6
See you next week (Week #6)
Mr. Richard Stansfield
Midterm listening test information
1. The midterm listening test will take place on Monday April 21st at 1 PM.
2. Check the portal for the room number in which you will have the test.
3. There are about 40 questions on the test. There are:
24 X Short conversations
2 X Longer conversations
2X Long monologues (One person talking)
4. It is very important to take notes as this is a listening test, not a memory test.
5. You should bring:
A pencil and eraser
A computer pen
Use your pencil to fill in the blanks first in case you make a mistake. After finishing, use your computer pen to fill in the dots.
*DON’T FORGET to write your name on the answer sheet.
* Date: Monday, April 21
13:00 ~ 13:50 –> Track 3
14:00 ~ 14:50 –> Track 2
15:00 ~ 15:50 –> Track 1
You must find out by going to Inha’s site.
Wednesday, October 23
UE 2, Track 3 = 13:00 to 13:50 (1 pm to 1:50 pm)
– your student ID card
– a computer pen
Listening Test –> Units 7, 8, and 9 of the text book (Making Friends, Interests, and Health)
Location: Find out by going to the Inha site.
Do not be late.
When the test starts, the door will be locked.
So, if you are late, you will not be able to take the test.
– Do the exercises in Unit 9 that we did not do and check your answers on the Unit 9 post at this web-site.
– Practice by doing some online practice.
– Practice some English shortly before your test. This is like stretching before doing sports or exercise. It prepares you.