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Transcript of Q 5
a man and a woman
one problem and two solutions
also campus situation
no reading but listening
difference on questions
1) describe pro & solus
2)how to choose
How to prepare
How to response
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
Are you ready?
The ability to transform your notes into a logical and fluent response.
Narrator: Listen to a conversation between a student and her geology professor.
Still remember how to take notes?
Man: Mary, I'm so glad I ran into you.
Woman: Oh hello, Professor Jensen.
Man: Listen, I know it's short notice . . . and maybe you've alread
. . .
of my students just
the field trip
to the Smithson River
You're next on the waiting list, so now there's room for
you to come
Woman: You're kidding! [disappointed] I didn't think there was a chance . . . and . . . well, it's a
to spend next week
Professor Clark set up the
new museum exhibition
I think she's really counting on me.
Man: Yeah, three days. But you know . . . if you'd rather come on the field trip,
why not speak with her
and see if she has
anyone to replace you?
Woman: Yeah, I'd hate to miss out on the caves. I'll definitely ask Professor Clark if there's someone else who could help her.
Man: You know. We don't leave until
If you still have to help out, any chance you could
done before then
Woman: Oh yeah . . . not until Wednesday . . . so then yeah . . . maybe that's possible too.
Plan for sp br
1. field tr--cave 3-da
2.help other pro new muse exhi-
1. speak with anyone to replace
2. not leave Wed. get done before
Q: The speakers discuss two possible solutions to the woman's problem. Describe the problem and the two solutions. Then explain what you think the woman should do and why.
After summarizing the problem and solutions, you should choose the solution you think is best and give a detailed reason.
For example, you could say that you think the student should stay to set up the museum exhibit because she should honor the commitment she made to Dr. Clark.
Now let's be the Rater!
Q: The speakers discuss
to the woman's
the problem and the two solutions. Then explain what
the woman should
do and why
TPO 3--Q: The speakers discuss two possible solutions to the woman's problem. Briefly summarize the problem. Then state which of the solutions you recommend and explain why.
TPO 4--Q: The speakers discuss two possible solutions to the man's problem. Briefly summarize the problem. Then state which solution you recommend and explain why.
TPO 5--Q: Briefly summarize the woman's problem. Then state which solution you would recommend, explain the reasons for your recommendation.
TPO 6--Q: The professor proposes two solutions to the problem the woman describes. Briefly summarize the problem. Then state which solution you recommend and explain why.
Of the 6 points,
how many could
be traced from the listening material?
The Frame of Notes
TPO1---Narrator: Now listen to a conversation between two students.
Man: Hey, Mary! How's your
going? You still involved in that after-school program with the elementary school
Woman: Yeah! But I've got a problem. I'm supposed to be
ng a bunch of them
to the zoo
Woman: And I was supposed to rent a van for the trip. But I waited too long to call the rental agency to reserve one. And now it turns out they don't have any vans available for tomorrow. I don't know what to do! These kids will be really disappointed if their trip gets canceled.
Problem: drive kids to the zoo
No van, wait long to call
Solution 1: ? borr a car
---2 car or not enou space
Solution 2: what about public transp
---right bus right zoo
---handful kids excit
Now listen to a conversation between two students.
Man: Hey, Mary! What's wrong?
Woman: Oh. ..I'm just struggling about what to do… I
won an award
from the Creative Writing Institute for a story I wrote. And...
Man: That doesn't sound like anything's wrong.
Woman: Well, it's a huge honor to win, and there's an award
they've invited me
, which I'm so excited about, but...and here's what's frustrating: I've got a
that's scheduled for the
Man: Uh-oh! Well, have you
Woman: Yeah, she said I could
write a five-page paper instead.
And I've lots of ideas and know I could do a good job. But......
Man: But what? Woman: Well, writing a paper would t
ake up so much time,
a lot more time than studying for and taking the exam. I've lots of other schoolwork to deal with. Man: Oh! Or, y
ou could ha
meone else r
eceive the award fo
I mean, go in your place and accept it on your behalf. Woman: Maybe... I'd sti
ll get the award and the money tha
t way. Man: Ooh!!! You won money too? Woman: Yeah, pretty cool, huh? But anyways, my pa
really looking forward to coming and seeing me on stage, shaking hands with the Institute's president and all. I'd hate to disap
point them. Man:
Urn., true... I'm sure they're really proud. Woman: Like I said, I'm still struggling about what to do
Problem: award cerem &exam
Solution 1: write 5p paper--- too much time
lots of ideas /do a good job
Solution 2: someone else replace
--- get the awa and $
--- dispoint parents
The woman/man needs /wants to do ..........,
but/however............., so she/he..........
The woman/man has/faces
a problem of.....
The woman/man has/faces
a time conflict of.....
The woman/man has/faces
a schedule conflict of...
The woman's /man's problem is that..............,
To solve/handle/cope with/deal with this/her problem, the woman has/faces two possible solutions.
First, sb. can do A.
Second, sb. can do B.
One thing the woman can do is to do A.
Another thing the woman can do it to do B.
Personally, I recommend/believe/think that the woman should............for/due to/because of two benefits:
If I were the woman, I would like to choose the first/second solution, because..........
So, these are the reasons why I believe that the woman should take the......solution.
What if ?
I can't understand the listening materials?
Activity Organization 22%
Time Conflict 25%
Course Registration Problem
Where to find the solutions?
2 from the person in trouble
2 from the adviser
1 from each
Your choice and reasons
Task 2 Personal Preference
1. from the listening materials
2. can be anything on your minds
Problem: first year stu left sche dorm where class
Solution 1: compu stu cent check room number
late bad impre- to pro
Solution 2: psycho--big lec hall----chech each
dono pro looks like, embarra-
P: arm/wrist sprain--play vio concert--practi & ticket
S1: play anyway
not let down three memb
doc. better by then
out of practice
don't play well , sound bad
S2: some else take place
only Jim, great, will say yes
not reliable, always late orchestra rehearsal
P: Study gro, not much study done, not well quiz,
good fri,joke not sty
Friday-tired, wanna relax,
hard to focus, end of week
lost 2-3 people
S2: gro leader
help a lo
set agenda,email everyone,
stay focus,take the role
work? take over
TO SUM UP
Happy problem solving!
ask for extension
run out of time
not enough material
computer broke down
no internet connection
costly internet service
no dorm available
professor to supervise
left at dorm
grab a cab
campus housing application
sb. to replace
award ceremony & exam
new bus schedule
sign up for another semester
make up exam
write paper instead
register for next semester
not qualified to register
not getting study done
can not find class room
forget to bring
split soup on
Man: Um...well, doesn't one of your friends here on campus have a car? I mean, couldn't you borrow it for the day?
Woman: Yeah, probably, but I'd need to borrow two cars or there wouldn't be enough space for all the kids.
Woman: That's why I was going to rent the van. And then I need to find somebody else to drive too. I can't drive two cars by myself.
Man: [Chuckles] Yeah, that's true! Well, I'm sure you can probably find a volunteer, or if you wanted to save yourself the trouble of hunting down the second driver, well... what about public transportation? Check the bus schedule. I...I think there's a bus line that goes right past the zoo!
Woman: Yeah! That's a possibility. But...I don't know. It might be a real 'challenge', supervising the kids on the bus.
Woman: Sometimes they are a handful when they get excited. It's an option, though.
ways to express problems
Why do you look so worried then?
how is it going?
what about the language?
what about doing
any chance you could
what are you going to do?
another possibility is~~
um,any other options?
why don't you~~
well，how about doing
I can ~~
if he could
what can you do with
what choice do i have?
I was thinking of~~
what am I going to do?
The speaker clearly identifies the problem and both solutions. She organizes her responses, so it is easy to follow her ideas from one to the next. She indicates her opinion of what the student should do. Although she runs out of time before she can explain why she holds that opinion, it is clear that she understands the task.
From ETS: The response is generally understandable. The speaker sustains speech throughout the response time. However, the sense of hesitation in the way the response is delivered requires some listener effort.
The choppy delivery sometimes makes it difficult to know when one sentence or idea ends and when others begin.
The speaker makes a number of errors with simple grammatical structures (very like to, let her to take, make somebody to replace her).
Overall meaning, though is not greatly affected by these errors. The speaker identifies the problem and describes the two solutions.
A higher-level vocabulary would have been helpful to more efficiently summarize the situation.
The problems and two solutions are summarized with too much detail, which prevents the speaker from having time to state her preferred solution and give a reason for it.
TPO 3--Q: The speakers discuss two possible
to the woman's
Briefly summarize the problem. Then state which of the solutions
you recommend and explain why
TPO 4--Q: The speakers discuss
two possible solutions
to the man's
Briefly summarize the problem. Then state which solution
you recommend and explain why
TPO 5--Q: Briefly summarize the woman's
Then state which solution you would recommend,
explain the reasons for your recommendation
TPO 6--Q: The professor proposes
two solutions to the problem
the woman describes. Briefly summarize the problem. Then state which solution you
recommend and explain why
The problem the students faces is a conflict between an earlier commitment to help with a museum exhibition setup and a more recent opportunity to go on a field trip lead by one of her professors.
She could talk to Dr. Clark about finding a replacement to help with setting up the museum exhibition.
As an alternative, since the field trip doesn't start until later in the week, the students could try to finish setting up the exhibit before the field trip.