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Levels

Levels of proficiency in the ALTE Framework

D.E.L.E exams are linked to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, teaching, assessment, achieved by ALTE . In fact they are the only certificated exams referred to in the Framework document as specifically linked to it by a long-term research project.

Qualifications are plotted against six clearly defined levels. This makes it easy for anyone involved in language teaching and testing (learners, teachers, teacher trainers etc.) to see the level of different qualifications. It also means that employers and educational institutions can easily compare qualifications and see how they relate to exams they already know in their own country.

Level
Denomination
Diplomas de Español
Requiered Lesson Hours
AHStudies

C2

Mastery

Maestría

Diploma de Español
(Nivel Superior)

More than 80

Training to D.E.L.E exam

 

C1

Effective Operational Proficiency

Dominio
operativo eficaz

 

More than 80

 

B2

Vantage

Avanzado

Diploma de Español
(Nivel Intermedio)

60

Training to D.E.L.E exam

B1

Threshold

Umbral

Diploma de Español
(Nivel Intermediol)

60

Training to D.E.L.E exam

A2

Waystage

Plataforma

 

60

AHStudies offers A2 courses

A1

Breakthrough

Acceso

Diploma de Español
(Nivel Intermedio)

60

Training to D.E.L.E exam

1 Association of language Testers in Europe

In order to make the Common European Framework easy to understand, ALTE members have developed a series of statements for each of the levels. These statements describe what language users can typically do with the language at different levels and in different contexts (social & tourist, work, study).

The salient features of each ALTE level are as follows:

 

Writing
(Work)
Reading
(Study)
Listening / Speaking
(Social & Tourist)

C2 

CAN make full and accurate notes on all routine meetings.

CAN make full and effective use of dictionaries for productive and receptive purposes.

CAN keep up casual conversations for an extended period of time.

C1 

CAN draft a set of straightforward instructions.

CAN assess appropriately of source material quickly and reliably.

CAN show visitors round and give a detailed description of a place.

B2 

CAN write a non-routine letter where this is restricted to matters of fact.

CAN scan texts for relevant information, and grasp main topic of text.

CAN ask for advice and understand the answer, provided this is given in everyday language.

B1 

CAN write a simple routine request to a colleague.

CAN assess whether a textbook or article is within the required topic area.

CAN go to a counter service shop and ask for most of what (s)he wants.

A2 

CAN leave a simple message giving information.

CAN understand simple visuals on familiar topics.

CAN express an opinion about food.

A1 

CAN write a simple routine request to a colleague, such as 'Can I have 20X please?'

CAN read basic notices and instructions.

CAN ask simple questions of a factual nature and understand answers expressed in simple language.

2 Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment.Strasbourg: Council of Europe, 2001

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