Description: International Life Skills Olympiad(ILSO) is the World's First online initiative to test young children's Critical Life Skills Quotient, and to compare the same with the most skilled children across the globe. Through ILSO,
students of Grade III-XII from all over the world will test their Life Skills Aptitude using real-world scenario based questions.
While preparing for this highly engaging test, students will also get exposed and acquire new life skills. With students from 100+ countries participating, they all get to learn and evolve as truly global citizens.
Description: CELPIP stands for Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program. The CELPIP exam has two versions, one is Celpip general test, which is for those seeking permanent residency and second exam CELPIP general LS test, is for citizenship of Canada.
Now let’s talk about CELPIP general exam first. Here is a structure of the exam. This test is having four sections,
1. Listening section
2. Reading section
3. Writing section
4. Speaking section
These sections are designed to test candidates abilities to understand and use English as a communication language.
Now let’s look into each section one by one :
First one is a listening section, the Listening test is about 50 minutes. this section is having one practice task, followed by 6 different parts.
Part 1: Listening to Problem Solving.
Part 2: Listening to Daily Life Conversation.
Part 3: Listening for Information.
Part 4: Listening to a News Item.
Part 5: Listening to a Discussion
Part 6: Listening to View Points
Description: Se utilizan las estructuras básicas de la lengua para saludar, presentarse a sí mismos y contestar un saludo.
Objetivo gramatical: pronombres y verbos ser.
Objetivo léxico: vocabulario relacionado con las nacionalidades (nombres de países).