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NCEA SPANISH LEVEL 2
AS91148 Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Spanish text on familiar matters.

STANZA

91148 Demostrate understanding of a variety of spoken Spanish text on familiar matters

Number of Credits: 5

You should answer ALL the questions in this booklet.
If you need more space for any answer, use the page(s) provided at the back of this booklet and clearly number the question.
It will take about 50 minutes to complete this assessment activity.
Check that this booklet has pages 2-10 in the correct order and that none of these pages is blank.
You must hand this booklet to the supervisor at the end of the examination.


For assessor’s use only


Achievement Criteria


Achievement



Achievement

with Merit


Achievement

with Excellence

Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Spanish texts on familiar matters.

Demonstrate clear understanding of a variety of spoken Spanish texts on familiar matters.

Demonstrate thorough understanding of a variety of spoken Spanish texts on familiar matters.


Overall Level of Performance


Produced by STANZA (Spanish Teachers Association Aotearoa New Zealand) 2014

NCEA SPANISH LEVEL 2
91148: Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Spanish texts on familiar matters
Questions and answer booklet
Listen to TWO passages.
You will hear EACH passage THREE times:


  • The first time, you will hear the passage as a whole.

  • The second and third times you will hear the passage in sections, with pauses so that you can write your answers


First passage: Actualidad

QUESTION ONE
Use section (a) to answer this question.

Según el texto, ¿por qué sabemos que Enrique Iglesias ha tenido éxito? According to the passage, how do we know Enrique Iglesias has been successful?

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Según la información, ¿qué hace que este disco sea especial? According to the information, what makes this recording special?



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LISTENING NOTES




QUESTION TWO

Use section b to answer this question.



¿Qué es lo más importante para Enrique? What is most important for Enrique?

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¿Cómo afecta la fama a Enrique? Justifica tu respuesta. What effect does fame have on Enrique? Justify your answer.

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LISTENING NOTES


SECOND PASSAGE: ¿Es la tecnología adictiva?

QUESTION THREE
Use section a to answer this question.
Basándote en el texto que has escuchado ¿es la tecnología esencial en nuestras vidas? Da razones.

Based on the text, is technology essential in our lives? Give reasons.
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¿Qué es la nomofobia?



What is nomofobia?
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LISTENING NOTES

QUESTION FOUR

Use section (b) to answer this question.

Basándote en el texto que has escuchado, explica la teoría del psicólogo Javier Garcés.

Based on the text you have heard, explain Javier Garcés’ theory.
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Basándote en el texto que has escuchado, ¿por qué es WhatsApp un problema para los jóvenes? Proporciona ejemplos que lo demuestren.



Based on the text you have heard, why is WhatsApp a problem for young people? Give examples that show this.

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LISTENING NOTES

Extra paper for continuation of answers if required.

Clearly number the question.

RECORDING TRANSCRIPT

Level 2 Spanish (91148), 2014
Narrator: Open your booklet, Spanish 90426, at page 2. You have one minute to look over the questions for the First Passage.
PAUSE 60 SECONDS
NARRATOR: Listen to two passages.

You will hear each passage THREE times:


  • The first time, you will hear the passage as a whole.

  • The second and third times you will hear the passage in sections, with a pause after each.

  • Before each passage begins, you will have 30 seconds per question to preview the questions. At the end of each passage, you will have a few minutes to review your answers.


PAUSE 10 SECONDS

FIRT PASSAGE: Actualidad

NARRATOR: Listen to a passage about Enrique Iglesias. Question One and Question Two are based on this passage. You now have one minute to read the questions

PAUSE 30 SECONDS

NARRATOR: First reading
Enrique Iglesias vuelve a los escenarios, tras un silencio absoluto de cuatro años. El cantante español, que ha vendido más de cien millones de discos y ha tenido veinticinco temas en el número uno de las listas de popularidad, está en el mejor momento de su carrera como artista.

Su nuevo disco incluye la colaboración de cantantes tan diversos como Antonio Solís o Pitbull, esto lo hace muy ecléctico e interesante. Además, algo muy especial es que este disco es bilingüe. Según Enrique, hay días que siente la inspiración para sus canciones en español, otros días prefiere escribir en inglés.

Enrique asegura que lo más importante para él es tener un equilibrio entre la vida privada, la personal, la familia y su trabajo. Para Enrique, la fama es un arma de doble filo, es decir, tiene sus cosas buenas y sus cosas malas. Por un lado, no podría vivir sin su público. Por otro, la prensa no respeta su privacidad, preguntan todo el tiempo sobre su relación privada con Anna Kournikova. Anna y Enrique se llevan muy bien, son una pareja muy feliz.

Según comenta Enrique, no está interesado en casarse porque eso no cambiaría nada su vida. Enrique nos explica que quizás su forma de pensar es una cuestión de generación. Hoy día hay una gran variedad de familias y todas son válidas y aceptadas.



NARRATOR: Second and third reading in sections with pauses.

Section (a)

Enrique Iglesias vuelve a los escenarios, tras un silencio absoluto de cuatro años. El cantante español, que ha vendido más de cien millones de discos y ha tenido veinticinco temas en el número uno de las listas de popularidad, está en el mejor momento de su carrera como artista.

Su nuevo disco incluye la colaboración de cantantes tan diversos como Antonio Solís o Pitbull, esto lo hace muy ecléctico e interesante. Además, algo muy especial es que este disco es bilingüe. Según Enrique, hay días que siente la inspiración para sus canciones en español, otros días prefiere escribir en inglés.

PAUSE 30 SECONDS

Section (a) again

Repeat listening passage section (a)

PAUSE 30 SECONDS

Section (b)

Enrique asegura que lo más importante para él es tener un equilibrio entre la vida privada, la personal, la familia y su trabajo. Para Enrique, la fama es un arma de doble filo, es decir, tiene sus cosas buenas y sus cosas malas. Por un lado, no podría vivir sin su público. Por otro, la prensa no respeta su privacidad, preguntan todo el tiempo sobre su relación privada con Anna Kournikova. Anna y Enrique se llevan muy bien, son una pareja muy feliz.

Según comenta Enrique, no está interesado en casarse porque eso no cambiaría nada su vida. Enrique nos explica que quizás su forma de pensar es una cuestión de generación. Hoy día hay una gran variedad de familias y todas son válidas y aceptadas.

PAUSE 30 SECONDS

Section (b) again

Repeat listening passage section (b)

PAUSE 60 SECONDS

SECOND PASSAGE: ¿ Es la tecnología adictiva?

NARRATOR: Listen to a passage about technology. Question Three and Question Four are based on this passage. You now have one minute to read the questions

PAUSE 30 SECONDS

NARRATOR: FIRST READING

La tecnología juega un papel muy importante en nuestras vidas. Nos levantamos gracias al despertador; nos duchamos con la radio; para desayunar utilizamos la tostadora, el microondas y leemos las noticias en nuestro ipad, a la vez que revisamos nuestro correo electrónico.

¿Sales de tu casa sin tu teléfono móvil?, ¿miras tu móvil cuando estás en el cine viendo una película? Según un estudio, entre el 53% y el 66% de los españoles sufre de una enfermedad llamada nomofobia. Esta enfermedad consiste en un miedo irracional a salir de casa sin el teléfono, además de miedo a vivir con el teléfono apagado. Es simplemente una adicción y podría ser la enfermedad del siglo XXI.

Según el psicólogo Javier Garcés, “la dependencia del móvil es un fenómeno social". Según Javier, "hemos creado una sociedad en la que se necesita el móvil para todo, los padres les dicen a sus hijos que llamen cuando lleguen a un sitio, tenemos que estar localizados en todo momento".

El uso del teléfono móvil provoca adicción. Una de las aplicaciones que causa más adicción es la de los mensajes instantáneos, como WhatsApp. Esta aplicación aumenta considerablemente la nomofobia entre los jóvenes. La preocupación por estar desconectado se traduce en que los jóvenes de entre 18 y 25 años miran el teléfono unas 34 veces al día. Además, solo el 2% de ellos utiliza el teléfono exclusivamente para llamar.

NARRATOR: Second and third reading in sections with pauses.

Section (a)

La tecnología juega un papel muy importante en nuestras vidas. Nos levantamos gracias al despertador; nos duchamos con la radio; para desayunar utilizamos la tostadora, el microondas y leemos las noticias en nuestro ipad, a la vez que revisamos nuestro correo electrónico.

¿Sales de tu casa sin tu teléfono móvil?, ¿miras tu móvil cuando estás en el cine viendo una película? Según un estudio, entre el 53% y el 66% de los españoles sufre de una enfermedad llamada nomofobia. Esta enfermedad consiste en un miedo irracional a salir de casa sin el teléfono, además de miedo a vivir con el teléfono apagado. Es simplemente una adicción y podría ser la enfermedad del siglo XXI.

PAUSE 30 SECONDS

Section (a) again

Repeat listening passage section (a)

PAUSE 30 SECONDS

Section (b)

Según el psicólogo Javier Garcés, “la dependencia del móvil es un fenómeno social". Según Javier, "hemos creado una sociedad en la que se necesita el móvil para todo, los padres les dicen a sus hijos que llamen cuando lleguen a un sitio, tenemos que estar localizados en todo momento".

El uso del teléfono móvil provoca adicción. Una de las aplicaciones que causa más adicción es la de los mensajes instantáneos, como WhatsApp. Esta aplicación aumenta considerablemente la nomofobia entre los jóvenes. La preocupación por estar desconectado se traduce en que los jóvenes de entre 18 y 25 años miran el teléfono unas 34 veces al día. Además, solo el 2% de ellos utiliza el teléfono exclusivamente para llamar.

PAUSE 30 SECONDS

Section (b) again

Repeat listening passage section (b)

This is the end of the listening passages.

Resource:http://www.diarioinformacion.com/opinion/2014/04/02/nomofobia-adiccion-movil/1486407.html


Assessment Schedule – STANZA LEVEL 2 LISTENING 2014

Evidence Statement


Question One: Actualidad

Not Achieved

Achievement

Merit

Excellence

Shows no or limited understanding of the text

Has some lexical information correct but has not understood the gist of the text or is logically inconsistent indicating misunderstanding of the gist of the text



Shows understanding / is able to make meaning of the text

Has lexical information largely correct and has understood the gist of the text without being able to develop explanatory answers – demonstrates understanding



Selects relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and communicates them unambiguously

Has developed an explanatory answer without indicating a grasp of fine detail and nuance – demonstrates clear understanding



Selects and expands on with supporting detail relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and shows understanding of the implied meanings or conclusions within the text.
Has developed an answer which shows understanding of nuance and meanings not necessarily stated obviously in the text – demonstrates thorough understanding

Grade Score Descriptors

N1

Very little valid information



N2

Little valid information



A3

Some valid information



A4

A range of valid information



M5

Explanation supported by information from the text



M6

Full explanation supported by information from the text



E7

A justified answer which is insightful and accurate



E8

A fully justified answer which is insightful and accurate




Specific evidence.

This is not a complete list of all acceptable responses, nor is it an indication of the exact wording required. Assessment judgements are based on the level of understanding shown rather than knowledge of individual lexical items.

For Example

These examples are typical of candidates at the score indicated; however, they are not full responses, and are intended to be indicative rather than prescriptive.

  • He has sold more than 100 million records and had 25 songs at number one

  • He has collaborated with a diverse range of artists such as Antonio Solis and Pitbull. The record is bilingual depending on what he is inspired to do.

N1 – an unassociated word

N2 – some unassociated words

A3 – millions of records sold

A4 – millions of records sold and 25 number one hits

M5 100 million records sold and 25 number one hits

M6 – with 100 million records sold and 25 number one hits he must be considered successful

E7 – with 100 million records sold and 25 number one hits he must be considered successful. The record is bilingual depending on what he is inspired to do.

E8 – with 100 million records sold and 25 number one hits he must be considered successful. Certainly his collaboration with other artists creates an interesting sound and his record is bilingual...

N Ø No response or no valid evidence

Question Two: Actualidad

Not Achieved

Achievement

Merit

Excellence

Shows no or limited understanding of the text

Has some lexical information correct but has not understood the gist of the text or is logically inconsistent indicating misunderstanding of the gist of the text



Shows understanding / is able to make meaning of the text

Has lexical information largely correct and has understood the gist of the text without being able to develop explanatory answers – demonstrates understanding



Selects relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and communicates them unambiguously

Has developed an explanatory answer without indicating a grasp of fine detail and nuance – demonstrates clear understanding



Selects and expands on with supporting detail relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and shows understanding of the implied meanings or conclusions within the text.
Has developed an answer which shows understanding of nuance and meanings not necessarily stated obviously in the text – demonstrates thorough understanding

Grade Score Descriptors

N1

Very little valid information



N2

Little valid information



A3

Some valid information



A4

A range of valid information



M5

Explanation supported by information from the text



M6

Full explanation supported by information from the text



E7

A justified answer which is insightful and accurate



E8

A fully justified answer which is insightful and accurate




Specific evidence

This is not a complete list of all acceptable responses, nor is it an indication of the exact wording required. Assessment judgements are based on the level of understanding shown rather than knowledge of individual lexical items.

For example

These examples are typical of candidates at the score indicated; however, they are not full responses, and are intended to be indicative rather than prescriptive.

  • A balance between private personal family and work life.

  • He finds fame a double-edged sword as he cannot live without his audience – no artist can - but the press does not respect his privacy and always wants to know about his relationship with Anna K.

N1 – an unassociated word

N2 – some unassociated words

A3 – balance between personal life and family

A4 – balance between personal life and family and work

M5 – balance between personal life and family and work; privacy difficult to achieve

M6 – balance between personal life and family and work; privacy difficult to achieve because press always after him

E7 – balance between personal life and family and work; privacy difficult to achieve because press always wanting to find out about him and AK.

E8 – balance between personal life and family and work; He finds fame a double-edged sword as he cannot live without his audience – no artist can - but the press does not respect his privacy and always wants to know about his relationship with Anna K.

N Ø No response or no valid evidence

Question Three: ¿Es la tecnología adictiva?

Not Achieved

Achievement

Merit

Excellence

Shows no or limited understanding of the text

Has some lexical information correct but has not understood the gist of the text or is logically inconsistent indicating misunderstanding of the gist of the text



Shows understanding / is able to make meaning of the text

Has lexical information largely correct and has understood the gist of the text without being able to develop explanatory answers – demonstrates understanding



Selects relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and communicates them unambiguously

Has developed an explanatory answer without indicating a grasp of fine detail and nuance – demonstrates clear understanding



Selects and expands on with supporting detail relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and shows understanding of the implied meanings or conclusions within the text.
Has developed an answer which shows understanding of nuance and meanings not necessarily stated obviously in the text – demonstrates thorough understanding

Grade Score Descriptors

N1

Very little valid information



N2

Little valid information



A3

Some valid information



A4

A range of valid information



M5

Explanation supported by information from the text



M6

Full explanation supported by information from the text



E7

A justified answer which is insightful and accurate



E8

A fully justified answer which is insightful and accurate




Specific evidence

This is not a complete list of all acceptable responses, nor is it an indication of the exact wording required. Assessment judgements are based on the level of understanding shown rather than knowledge of individual lexical items.

For example

These examples are typical of candidates at the score indicated; however, they are not full responses, and are intended to be indicative rather than prescriptive.


- Alarm clocks, radios, toasters, microwaves, ipads, are all part of our morning routines; we don’t leave home without the mobile phone

- in fact 53% - 66% of Spanish people suffer from nomophobia which is a fear of being without the mobile, in other words a new 21st century addiction.

N1 – radio

N2 – radio and ipad

A3 – we use the radio when showering

A4 – we use the radio when showering and a toaster for breakfast

M5 – we use the radio when showering, a toaster and microwave for breakfast

M6 – we use the radio when showering, a toaster and microwave for breakfast and notices on the ipad

E7 – we use the radio when showering, a toaster and microwave for breakfast and news/electronic mail on the ipad

E8 – we use the radio when showering, a toaster and microwave for breakfast and news/electronic mail on the ipad – technology is so important it is part of our routine from the moment we wake up

N Ø No response or no valid evidence

Question Four: ¿Es la tecnología adictiva?

Not Achieved

Achievement

Merit

Excellence

Shows no or limited understanding of the text

Has some lexical information correct but has not understood the gist of the text or is logically inconsistent indicating misunderstanding of the gist of the text



Shows understanding / is able to make meaning of the text

Has lexical information largely correct and has understood the gist of the text without being able to develop explanatory answers – demonstrates understanding



Selects relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and communicates them unambiguously

Has developed an explanatory answer without indicating a grasp of fine detail and nuance – demonstrates clear understanding



Selects and expands on with supporting detail relevant information, ideas, and opinions from the text and shows understanding of the implied meanings or conclusions within the text.
Has developed an answer which shows understanding of nuance and meanings not necessarily stated obviously in the text – demonstrates thorough understanding

Grade Score Descriptors

N1

Very little valid information



N2

Little valid information



A3

Some valid information



A4

A range of valid information



M5

Explanation supported by information from the text



M6

Full explanation supported by information from the text



E7

A justified answer which is insightful and accurate



E8

A fully justified answer which is insightful and accurate




Specific evidence

This is not a complete list of all acceptable responses, nor is it an indication of the exact wording required. Assessment judgements are based on the level of understanding shown rather than knowledge of individual lexical items.

For example

These examples are typical of candidates at the score indicated; however, they are not full responses, and are intended to be indicative rather than prescriptive.

- Dependence on a mobile is a social phenomena, everyone needs a mobile for everything, like parents needing kids to call when they are at a certain place because they need to be “on the radar” at every moment.

-Mobile phones and more importantly text messaging and apps like WhatsApp cause addiction. Young people worry about being disconnected and you can see this in the stats which say 18-24 year olds look at their telephones 34 times a day.

N1 – dependence of a mobile

N2 – dependence on a mobile

A3 – dependence on a mobile is a social thing

A4 dependence on a mobile is a social thing, everyone needs a mobile

M5 – dependence on a mobile is a social phenomena, everyone needs a mobile for everything like parents knowing where kids are

M6 – dependence on a mobile is a social phenomena, everyone needs a mobile for everything like parents needing kids to call when they are at a certain place

E7 – dependence on a mobile is a social phenomena, everyone needs a mobile for everything like parents needing kids to call when they are at a certain place. It is like an addiction.

E8 – dependence on a mobile is a social phenomena, everyone needs a mobile for everything like parents needing kids to call when they are at a certain place because they need to be “on the radar” at every moment. It is an addiction.

N Ø No response or no valid evidence

Judgement Statement

Not Achieved

Achievement

Achievement
with Merit

Achievement
with Excellence

Score range


0 – 8

9 – 16

17 – 24

25 – 32







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