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Partial (midterm) exams are designed to evaluate jointly all the contents of the Theme’s different topics. It’s an opportunity to integrate different grammar rules that are in some way related.

When integrating different grammar rules, we can create one single exercise to ask about the complementary parts of a grammar rule previously divided to facilitate its learning, like in the case of determinate and indeterminate articles in English, the different forms of a verb/tense (Affirmative, Negative and Interrogative) or the regular and irregular forms (if presented in different topics).

That also represents a chance for the student to learn to differentiate grammatical contents that may lead to some confusion due to their similarity or relation, like in the case of different kinds of Adverbs or of the infinitive and the gerund.

Theme’s partial exams

The Theme’s partial exams are a collection of exercises offered exclusively in the Grammar textbooks. These exercises gather in a single exam the contents of the different topics included in each Theme.

  • Duration: 20-30 minutes
  • Template:
  • Extent: Minimum 12; Recommended 18; Maximum 24.
  • Distribution:
    • Theory of the form of the grammar rule:
      • 2-3 quizzes (fill in the gaps/multiple choice…);
    • Form of the grammar rule:
      • 2-6 Drag and Drop;
      • 3-6 Fill in the gaps;
      • 2-4 Others (Mark the words…;
    • Use
      • 2-5 Multiple choice
      • Single/Multiple choice to get to 18 exercises.

Level’s partial exams

The Level’s partial exams are a collection of exercises present in each textbook. Here are present in a single exam questions about different themes, combined depending on the needs.

This way, professors can present a test tailored to their evaluative needs. There will be both general (Vocabulary, Grammar, Orthography, Culture) and specific (for each of these parts) tests.

1/2 level exam

The mid-level exams are designed to test part of the content in an evaluative test at the end of the educational cycle. These exercises group together the themes 1-6 of the level for the first partial test and the temes 7-11 of the level for the second partial test.

This exam may include exercises taken from the Theme’s partial exams, even though it’s advisable that they are modified, even if partially, to avoid a total repetition of the contents.

  • Duration: 30-40 minutes
  • Template:
  • Extent: Minimum 18; Recommended 24; Maximum 30.
  • Distribution:
    • Theory of the form of the grammar rule:
      • 3-6 theory quizzes (fill in the gaps/multiple choice…);
    • Form of the grammar rule
      • 3-5 Drag text;
      • 5-7 Fill in the gaps;
      • 3-5 Others (Mark the words, drag and drop…;
    • Use
      • 2-4 Multiple choice;
      • Single/Multiple choice to get to 24 exercises.

1/3 level exam

The 1/3 level exams are designed to test part of the content in an evaluative test at the end of the educational cycle. . These exercises group together the themes 1-4 for the first test, the themes 5-8 for the second, and the themes 9-11 for the third test.

This exam may include exercises taken from the Theme’s partial exams, even though it’s advisable that they are modified, even if partially, to avoid a total repetition of the contents.

  • Duration: 20-30 minutes
  • Template:
  • Extent: Minimum12; Recommended 18; Maximum 24.
  • Distribution:
    • Theory of the form of the grammar rule:
      • 2-4 theory quizzes (fill in the gaps/multiple choice…);
    • Form of the grammar rule
      • 1-3 Drag text;
      • 3-6 Fill in the gaps;
      • 1-3 Others (Mark the words, drag and drop…);
    • Use
      • 2-3 Multiple choice;
        Single/Multiple choice to get to 18 exercises.
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