The purpose of the TOEFL Primary Step 1 Book 2 book is to prepare young learners for successful results on the TOEFL Primary tests created by ETS.
TOEFL Primary, the first level of TOEFL assessment, is designed to measure young learners’ English ability, especially their skills in reading, listening, and speaking.
Each unit of this book introduces new words that are related to a given topic in order to stimulate young learners to learn new words or review one that they already know.
TOEFL Primary Step 1 Book 2
TOEFL Primary is a test researched and designed by the American Educational Testing Service (ETS) specifically for primary school students to assess English proficiency and improve reasoning skills for children from an early age.
TOEFL Primary is the successor and is a test in the “TOEFL Family” system, from TOEFL Primary to TOEFL Junior and to TOEFL ITP.
TOEFL Primary test for elementary students is an English proficiency test for primary school students. This is a competition that uses the international test, TOEFL Primary, of the American Educational Testing Service (ETS) as the standard for assessing candidates.
After the competition, the contestants are issued with a globally valid Scorecard that recognizes the participants’ English proficiency.
Improve your listening and understanding of basic conversations in communication.
Students need to understand the basic meaning of the conversation, not the main content, but to understand the entire conversation you need to:
- Practice listening to the conversations in the TOEFL Primary book daily.
- Practice talking with teachers or parents every day.
- Mothers should integrate daily conversations into English so that children can remember and practice quick reflexes.
Expand vocabulary by topics:
In the TOEFL Primary book, vocabulary topics are clearly divided and illustrated with pictures. Memorize the vocabulary and master the context, practice using those words themselves.
And to do that, you need to Practice making simple sentences with newly learned words. For example lamp. You can make a sentence like this: There is a lamp in the living room. When you practice making sentences, your child will remember the word and the context of that word.
TOEFL Primary Step 1 Book 2 includes extensive practice to help young learners achieve high scores on the TOEFL Primary test.