CELDT- listening. There are 3 parts within the listening section:. Following oral directions Listening Comprehension (Teacher Talk) Extended Listening Comprehension. Following Oral Directions. In this part you will listen to teacher directions and then choose the best answer.
In this part you will listen to teacher
directions and then choose the best answer.
For example:Choose the picture that
shows a line connecting the bus to the truck.
For this part you will hear a teacher talk,
then you will choose the best answer.
For example: A teacher tells the class: That’s all for today’s class. For tomorrow, read all of Chapter 4, and then do the problems at the end of the chapter. Also, there will be a math quiz on Friday. Be sure to review Chapter 3.
But remember, you won’t be able to see what the teacher is reading…only the question and answer.
What is the deadline for the Media Festival?
In the last part in the listening section, you
will listen to a passage. Then you will
answer 3 questions about the passage..
Let’s try one…
Joshua trees grow in the deserts of California, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah. These large trees grow very slowly. They can live for hundreds of years and grow to a height of more than thirty feet.
Joshua trees have sharp, green leaves and rough bark. Their branches lift up to the sky. Joshua trees must bloom in order to form new branches. They only bloom if there is enough rain and a winter freeze. Under these conditions, Joshua trees produce creamy white flowers in spring.
Native Americans found different uses for Joshua trees. They wove sandals and baskets from the leaves. They also ate raw or roasted seeds and flower buds.
Joshua trees bloom if there is plenty of rain
What is one way in which Native Americans
used Joshua trees?
Let’s try another…
Where was Isamu Noguchi born?
Noguchi became a
Where is Noguchi’s museum located?
Tell your partner 1-2 test strategies you can
use in the listening section.