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CLB 1-4

CLB competences and sample tasks.

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CLB 1 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand individual greetings, introductions and goodwill expressions. Listen and respond to a greeting from a neighbour, co-worker or classmate. (Hello. How are you?)
CLB 1 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand very short, simple instructions, commands and requests related to immediate personal needs. Listen to letters and follow instructions for spelling a word.
CLB 1 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand expressions used to attract attention and to request assistance in situations of immediate personal need. Listen and respond to expressions used to attract attention and request assistance. (Excuse me. Hello. Can you help me? Pardon me.)
CLB 1 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand very simple information about highly familiar, concrete topics. Listen to a medical receptionist’s confirmation of personal information (such as name, address and phone number).
CLB 2 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand greetings, introductions, requests, goodwill expressions and an expanding range of basic courtesy formulas. Listen and respond to a short greeting that includes a goodwill expression from a neighbour, coworker or classmate. (How’s it going? Great. Good to see you. How's your daughter? Fine, thank you. Talk to you later. Have a good day.)
CLB 2 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand short, simple, common instructions, commands, requests and directions related to immediate personal needs. Follow instructions, directions and requests from a teacher, receptionist or sales representative. (How do you spell your name? Over there. Sign on the line. Initial here. Go upstairs. Can I see some identification?)
CLB 2 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand expressions used to make and respond to requests and warnings in situations of immediate personal need. Listen to a teacher’s request or warning during a fire drill (Leave your belongings. Close the door behind you.) and respond accordingly.
CLB 2 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand simple information about familiar, concrete topics. Listen to a classmate give simple personal details, such as spelling his/her name and giving a phone number and email address.
CLB 3 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand simple social exchanges, including styles of greetings, introductions and leave-taking. Listen and respond to an informal greeting, simple exchange and leave-taking when meeting a child’s teacher, a new colleague or a neighbour.
CLB 3 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand instructions and directions related to familiar, everyday situations of immediate personal relevance. Follow simple instructions from a salesperson in order to locate items in various sections of a store. (The men’s section is upstairs, to the left.)
CLB 3 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand expressions used in familiar everyday situations (such as requests, permission and warnings). Listen to a teacher giving permission for a student to borrow a book. (Can I borrow that book? Sure. It's really interesting. I hope you like it. Please return it in 2 weeks.)
CLB 3 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand short, simple, descriptive communication about a person, object, situation, scene, personal experience or daily routine. Listen to a short, simple announcement at school to inform a classmate, who is absent, of what action to take (e.g. bring food to share, arrange to stay late).
CLB 4 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand short social exchanges containing introductions, casual small talk and leave-taking. Listen to a friend or co-worker describing plans for the weekend.
CLB 4 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand common, sequentially presented instructions and directions related to familiar, everyday situations of personal relevance. Follow directions to locate items in a room, on a map or in a diagram. (Can you get me the book? It’s in the middle cabinet, on the top shelf, on the right-hand side.)
CLB 4 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand short communication intended to influence or persuade others in familiar, everyday situations. Listen to a short, simple commercial about a product or service to get the gist and enough information to decide whether the product is worth purchasing.
CLB 4 (Listening) Successful students will be able to understand short descriptive or narrative communication on topics of personal relevance. Listen to a friend, colleague or classmate’s story about shopping at a particular store to decide whether or not to shop there.
Created by: mikako1116jp