CEFR Report with Developmental Tips

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Parameters of Spoken English Evaluation
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Evaluation of Spoken English Parameters
Pronunciation
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Low Medium High
Pronunciation: Medium

Moderately likely to pronounce words correctly for the other person to comprehend the message being delivered. Somewhat likely to generate correct phonemes of words while repeating sentences after reading or listening to them.
Developmental Tips
• Learn to listen carefully. It is only when you listen attentively that you can appreciate the subtle differences in the pronunciation of words like sheet/seat.
• Whenever you come across a word, whose pronunciation you are not sure of, look up its correct pronunciation and try repeating the word multiple times until you get the pronunciation right. Record your pronunciation of the word so that you are able to compare with the correct pronunciation. Try using the word in everyday communication.
• Break down the words into syllables. Try getting the pronunciation of each syllable right first and then try merging the syllables together to pronounce the word correctly. For example the word ''water'' has two syllables, the first part of the word "'wa" produces one sound and the other part ''ter'' produces the other sound. Identifying the number of syllables or sounds that are being produced per word would help you in pronouncing the word correctly.

Fluency
Values shown in above chart are Scaled Scores
Low Medium High
Fluency: Medium

Moderately likely to communicate and express thoughts effectively and may sometimes use conversation fillers while speaking. Somewhat likely to read with speed and accuracy.
Developmental Tips
• Make a habit of listening to English news channels, TV shows and movies to get more used to the English language.
• Communicate in English extensively with your friends, family, and colleagues. It is only when you speak in English everyday, that your flow of the language would improve.
• Avoid using conversation fillers like 'uh' and 'umm'. In order to do this, take a few minutes to note the important points that you wish to communicate. Then communicate all the points in a flow.

Grammar
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Low Medium High
Grammar: Low

Unlikely to have strong grammar skills and may not be able to communicate with clarity. May have problem in formulating sentences and proofreading his/her work. May be poor at producing quality and error free work.
Developmental Tips
• Try to speak English the way you write it.
• Read extensively and incorporate the learnings. It may be difficult to understand everything, however, this is important. Reading helps you understand how grammar works.
• Identify the most common and repetitive mistakes. One of the quickest ways to make a big difference in your grammar is to understand where you are going wrong. Have someone who is more skilled than you read some things that you have written. This way, if you have a particular problem such as a poor understanding of how commas are used or you are using tenses improperly, you can focus on that particular area of study.

Listening Comprehension
Values shown in above chart are Scaled Scores
Low Medium High
Listening Comprehension: Low

Unlikely to accurately receive and interpret messages in the communication process. May not have the ability to gain information and facts from customers/ clients and may not have the capacity to help in making right decisions. May lack the ability to interact with management and colleagues.
Developmental Tips
• Watch English news channels, TV shows, and movies to get comfortable with the accents. In the beginning, you can use the help of subtitles to comprehend what is being said. Slowly, as you get comfortable with the language, reduce using subtitles.
• Summarize whatever you watch in English and then ask someone who has a better grasp on the language than you to judge whether the summary was correct or not. This will help in improving your listening skills.
• Understand the speaker’s speaking style with regards to language, emotion, and words used.

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