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ISE III (C1) resources

What is in the exam?

ISE III consists of two exam modules:

  • Reading & Writing
  • Speaking & Listening

Candidates must pass both modules for an ISE III (C1) qualification.

Reading & Writing

2 hours:

  • 2 x Reading tasks
    • Long reading
    • Multi-text reading
  • 1 x Reading into writing
  • 1 x Extended writing

Speaking & Listening

25 minutes:

  • 3 x Speaking tasks
    • Topic discussion task
    • Collaborative task
    • Conversation task
  • 1 x Independent listening task

 

ISE III (C1) teaching and learning resources

Further general ISE information or UK visa/SELT information.

Resource type

Resource name and link

Suitable for:

Teachers

Students

Exam guides

  • Guide for Teachers – ISE III (C1)
    This guide contains everything you need to know to prepare students for the exams. It includes details of the exam structure, content, timings and what candidates need to be able to do this level.

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Scheme of Work

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Publications

Some publishers offer study books to help prepare for Trinity exams. For a list of these, visit our Publications section:

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Practice exam materials -
how to use them

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Practice papers - Reading & Writing

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Marked candidate responses

See examples of marked candidate responses to Reading & Writing exam tasks:

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Classroom activities - Reading & Writing

Task 1 - Long reading


Task 2 - Multi-text reading


Task 3 - Reading into writing


Task 4 - Extended writing


*May be less suitable for SELT candidates.

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Guidance on writing genres

  • Guidance on Writing genres– what to consider when writing a response in a specific genre for the exam – eg a letter, email, essay, review, report, etc.

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Toolkit for processs writing skills

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Classroom activities - Speaking & Listening

Topic task


Collaborative task


Conversation task


Independent listening task


*May be less suitable for SELT candidates.

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Practice audio activities - for exam listening tasks

Use these examples to practise the Independent listening tasks:

ISE III - Independent listening task - Routines

ISE III - Independent listening task - Media Panics

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Scoring information

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Understanding ISE results

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Diagnostic profile reports and skills development tables

See how to use our post-exam Diagnostic profile reports and skills development tables to identify student’s strengths and areas for improvement.

Download a sample diagnostic profile report and tables containing skills development ideas for practising each subset of skills at this level:


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Technical specifications

Technical specifications are available for background reference only:

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Sample videos

These videos are suitable for teachers and students and show the format of the test. They are not intended to show model exam performance.

Watch sample videos below and use the following rationale documents to see how they were marked:

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