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ICAO LEVEL 4 İNGİLİZCE 

ICAO – Dünya Havacılık Teşkilatı 11 Ocak 2013 itibari ile tüm dünya ülkeleri için herhangi bir pilot lisansına sahip olabilmeniz için ICAO LEVEL 4 yada yukarısını şart koymuştur.Daha önce uygulanan TOEFL,ILTS vs gibi diğer sınıflandırma ve test sınavları yerine ICAO İngilizce eğitim ve seviyelendirme sistemi ICAO tarafından hayata geçirilmiştir. Pilot lar en az Operasyonel seviye dediğimiz LEVEL 4 seviyesinde ingilizce bilmeleri gerekmektedir. Daha üs seviyelerde ingilizce bilgisine sahip olmak her zaman artı bir değerdir. 

Airline Pilot Program eğitim paketlerine dahil olarak,6 ay süre ile online uzaktan eğitim metodu ve self study- biraysel çalışma yöntemi ile kayıt olan adaya, ICAO Level 4 ingilizce sınavına pratik ve hazırlık yapılması amacı ile online kullanıcı adı ve şifre adaya verilir.ICAO Level 4 sınava hazırlık için online uzaktan eğitim alan adayların kayıt tarihi itibari ile B1 ingilizce seviyesinin altında olanlar, ayrıca bulundukları şehirlerde ilave olarak ingilizce kursuna gitmeleri gereklidir. 

Eğitime başlamadan önce  web sitemizdeki ICAO ENGLISH menü altında olan “” ICAO LEVEL 4 ONLINE PRE-TEST sayfasına ve “pre replacement test”  tıklayarak online interaktif test ile havacılık ingilizce seviyeniz ölçebilirsiniz.

ICAO Level 4 / PRE-REPLACEMENT TEST

ICAO İNGİLİZCE KLASMAN TABLOSU

LEVEL

PRONUNCIATION
Assumes a dialect and/or accent intelligible to the aeronautical community.
STRUCTURE
Relevant grammatical structures and sentence patterns are determined by language functions appropriate to the task.
VOCABULARY FLUENCY COMPREHENSION INTERACTIONS
Expert6 Pronunciation, stress, rhythm, and intonation, though possibly influenced by the first language or regional variation, almost never interfere with ease of understanding. Both basic and complex grammatical structures and sentence patterns are consistently well controlled. Vocabulary range and accuracy are sufficient to communicate  effectively on a wide variety of familiar and unfamiliar topics.  Vocabulary is idiomatic, nuanced, and sensitive to register. Able to speak at length with a natural, effortless flow.  Varies speech flow for stylistic effect, e.g. to emphasize a point.  Uses appropriate discourse markers and connectors spontaneously. Comprehension is consistently accurate in nearly all contexts and includes comprehension of linguistic and cultural subtleties. Interacts with ease in nearly all situations.  Is sensitive to verbal and non-verbal cues and responds to them appropriately.
Extended5 Pronunciation, stress, rhythm, and intonation, though influenced by the first language or regional variation, rarely interfere with ease of understanding. Basic grammatical structures and sentence patterns are consistently well controlled.  Complex structures are attempted but with errors which sometimes interfere with meaning. Vocabulary range and accuracy are sufficient to communicate effectively on common, concrete, and work-related topics.  Paraphases consistently and successfully.  Vocabulary is sometimes idiomatic. Able to speak at length with relative ease on familiar topics but may not vary speech flow as a stylistic device.  Can make use of appropriate discourse markers or connectors. Comprehension is accurate on common, concrete, and work-related topics and mostly accurate when the speaker is confronted with a linguistic or situational complication or an unexpected turn of events.  Is able to comprehend a range of speech varieties (dialect and/or accent) or registers. Responses are immediate, appropriate, and informative.  Manages the speaker/listener relationship effectively.
Operational4 Pronunciation, stress, rhythm, and intonation are influenced by the first language or regional variation but only sometimes interfere with ease of understanding. Basic grammatical structures and sentence patterns are used creatively and are usually well controlled.  Errors may occur, particularly in unusual or unexpected circumstances, but rarely interfere with meaning. Vocabulary range and accuracy are usually sufficient to communicate effectively on common, concrete, and work-related topics.  Can often paraphrase successfully when lacking vocabulary in unusual or unexpected circumstances. Produces stretches of language at an appropriate tempo.  There may be occassional loss of fluency on transition from rehearsed or formulaic speech to spontaneous interaction, but this does not prevent effective communication.  Can make limited use of discourse markers or connectors.  Fillers are not distracting. Comprehension is mostly accurate on common, concrete, and work-related topics when the accent or variety used is sufficiently intelligible for an international community of users.  When the speaker is confronted with a linguistic or situational complication or an unexpected turn of events, comprehension may be slower or require clarification strategies. Responses are usually immediate, appropriate, and informative.  Initiates and maintains exchanges even when dealing with an unexpected turn of events.  Deals adequately with apparent misunderstandings by checking, confirming, or clarifying.
Pre-operational3 Pronunciation, stress, rhythm, and intonation are influenced by the first language or regional variation and frequently interfere with ease of understanding. Basic grammatical structures and sentence patterns associated with predictable situations are not always well controlled.  Errors frequently interfere with meaning. Vocabulary range and accuracy are often sufficient to communicate on common, concrete, or work-related topics, but range is limited and the word choice often inappropriate.  Is often unable to paraphrase successfully when lacking vocabulary. Produces stretches of language, but phrasing and pausing are often inappropriate.  Hesitations or slowness in language processing may prevent effective communication.  Fillers are sometimes distracting. Comprehension is often accurate on common, concrete, and work-related topics when the accent or variety used is sufficiently intelligible for an international community of users.  May fail to understand a linguistic or situational complication or an unexpected turn of events. Responses are sometimes immediate, appropriate, and informative.  Can initiate and maintain exchanges with reasonable ease on familiar topics and in predictable situations.  Generally inadequate when dealing with an unexpected turn of events.
Elementary2 Pronunciation, stress, rhythm, and intonation are heavily influenced by the first language or regional variation and usually interfere with ease of understanding. Shows only limited control of a few simple memorized grammatical structures and sentence patterns. Limited vocabulary range consisting only of isolated words and memorized phrases. Can produce very short, isolated, memorized utterances with frequent pausing and a distracting use of fillers to search for expressions and to articulate less familiar words. Comprehension is limited to isolated, memorized phrases when they are carefully and slowly articulated. Response time is slow and often inappropriate.  Interaction is limited to simple routine exchanges.
Pre-elementary1 Performs at a level below the Elementary level. Performs at a level below the Elementary level. Performs at a level below the Elementary level. Performs at a level below the Elementary level. Performs at a level below the Elementary level. Performs at a level below the Elementary level.
Source: ICAO. (2004). Publication of Doc 9835-AN/453, Manual on the Implementation of ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements.