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Art Club Listening Exercise. Listen to a teacher talking about a new after-school activity which will be starting up very soon at a school, you have to listen and complete the gaps in a page of notes. This provides practice for Listening Part 2 of the A2 Key examination.

About 5-10 minutes.Listening to information about a new Art Club.Developing stages of learning English.
Listen to the recording twice.
Listening ExerciseTranscript

Now class, I want to tell you about a new school art club where you get to draw, paint and even get a chance to do some pottery. It’ll begin on September 7th, and there will be classes once a week, until the end of December 12th.

Let me just check the day. OK, it’s not on Mondays, as there’s a music club then, so the art club will be on Wednesdays. Yes, Wednesday and it’s limited to 15 students. So, It’ll be after school. Your last lessons finish at three-thirty, and you can have a break before the art club. That means, it starts at twenty to four and ends at four-thirty.

I have some information about the teacher. Her name’s Miss Lester. You probably don’t know her, because she’s new to the school. If you want to join, you need to sign up using the after school activity form, which will be sent out later today, and that needs to be done by Friday.

Oh, if you need to know where to go to the club, It’s going to be in our new art centre. You need to go through the library, and then down the stairs at the back. It sounds like a lot of fun, and you get a chance to show off your creative talents. So class, does anyone have any questions about it?

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Part 2 - Listen to a monologue and complete gaps in a page of notes.

Part 3 - Listen to a conversation and choose the correct answer.

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