PD2 EXAM GUIDE ( WRITTEN PART)

Topic Progress:

Written part

– Reading comprehension (læseforståelse) 1 hour 30 minutes.

– Written presentation ( skriftlig fremstilling) 1 hour 30 minutes.

Sub Part  1( Del-prøve 1)

Reading Comprehension (læseforståelse) :

Basis: Checking Texts with questions and informational texts (eg advertisements).

Number of question: 12

Focus and type of task: Reading quickly and find factual information and significant details.

Short-answer and multiple-matching.

Sub Part  2 ( Del-prøve 2)  

Reading Comprehension (læseforståelse):

Basis:

More informative and narrative texts with questions.

Number of Questions: 18

Focus and task type:

Read carefully and understand the message context, detail and attitudes.

Multiple-choice, multiple-matching and filling.

Overall text length: approx. 11 pages, excluding any postings texts.

skriftlig fremstilling

he  written presentation (skriftlig fremstilling)

Purpose:

The purpose of the task is to assess the candidate’s  ability to express themselves in different types of written inquiries. The examination is based on written presentation as a functional skill, and tasks is therefore based on matching items of everyday needs.

The basis for the task:

It includes two parts: Sub part 1(Delprøve 1)  and Sub part 2 (Delprøve 1).

Sub part 1(Delprøve 1) :

 

Consists of two tasks, 1A and 1B, which test the participant must choose one to answer.

Candidate  must write a formal letter. The starting point is a situation and some focus points, and specifying a recipient. There is no requirement for the length of the letter.

Sub part 2(Delprøve 2):

Consists of one task. candidates must write an informal e-mail or the like. The starting point is a situation and an excerpt of a text, and specify a recipient. The answer must be a minimum of 100 words.

Focus:

The test participant is expected to be able to

provide factual information, including a description and present and express opinions and influences.

Express themselves adapted to the situation and relatively coherent in an understandable language with a degree of complexity and correctness.

Task Types:

Candidate must write a brief, formal submission (eg a message, notice, request, an ad, notice about a lost item).

an informal e-mail about everyday routines and experiences (which, for example may include greetings, congratulations, invitations, etc.).

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