Art Projects IELTS Listening Answers With Audio, Transcript, And Explanation

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Art Projects IELTS Listening Answers With Audio, Transcript, And Explanation

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Question 1 - 4
Choose TWO letters, A-E.
Which TWO parts of the introductory stage to their art projects do Jess and Tom agree were useful?
A
The Bird Park visit
B
The workshop sessions
C
The Natural History Museum visit
D
The projects done in previous years
E
The handouts with research sources
In which TWO ways do both Jess and Tom decide to change their proposals?
A
by giving a rationale for their action plans
B
by being less specific about the outcome
C
by adding a video diary presentation
D
by providing a timeline and a mind map
E
by making their notes more evaluative
Question 5 - 10
Which personal meaning do the students decide to give to each of the following pictures?
Choose SIX answers from the box and write the correct letter, A-H
List of Findings
A
a childhood memory
B
hope for the future
C
fast movement
D
a potential threat
E
the power of colour
F
the continuity of life
G
protection of nature
H
a confused attitude to nature
5
Falcon (Landseer)
6
Fish hawk (Audubon)
7
Kingfisher (van Gogh)
8
Portrait of William Wells
9
Vairumati (Gauguin)
10
Portrait of Giovanni de Medici

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JESS:
How are you getting on with your art project, Tom?
TOM:
OK. Like, they gave us the theme of birds to base our project on, and I'm not really all that interested in wildlife. But I'm starting to get into it. I've pretty well finished the introductory stage.
JESS:
So have I. When they gave us all those handouts with details of books and websites to look at, I was really put off, but the more I read, the more interested I got.
TOM:
Me too. I found I could research so many different aspects of birds in art - colour, movement, texture. So I was looking forward to the Bird Park visit.
JESS:
What a letdown! It poured with rain and we hardly saw a single bird. Much less use than the trip to the Natural History Museum.
TOM:
Yeah, I liked all the stuff about evolution there. The workshop sessions with Dr Fletcher were good too, especially the brainstorming sessions.
JESS:
I missed those because I was ill. I wish we could've seen the projects last year's students did.
TOM:
Mm. I suppose they want us to do our own thing, not copy.
JESS:
Have you drafted your proposal yet?
TOM:
Yes, but I haven't handed it in. I need to amend some parts. I've realised the notes from my research are almost all just descriptions, I haven't actually evaluated anything. So I'll have to fix that.
JESS:
Oh, I didn't know we had to do that. I'll have to look at that too. Did you do a timeline for the project?
TOM:
Yes, and a mind map.
JESS:
Yeah, so did I. I quite enjoyed that. But it was hard having to explain the basis for my decisions in my action plan.
TOM:
What?
JESS:
You know, give a rationale.
TOM:
I didn't realise we had to do that. OK, I can add it now. And I've done the video diary presentation, and worked out what I want my outcome to be in the project.
JESS:
Someone told me it's best not to be too precise about your actual outcome at this stage, so you have more scope to explore your ideas later on. So I'm going to go back to my proposal to make it a bit more vague.
TOM:
Really? OK, I'll change that too then.
TOM:
One part of the project I'm unsure about is where we choose some paintings of birds and say what they mean to us. Like, I chose a painting of a falcon by Landseer. I like it because the bird's standing there with his head turned to one side, but he seems to be staring straight at you. But I can't just say it's a bit scary, can I?
JESS:
You could talk about the possible danger suggested by the bird's look.
TOM:
Oh, OK.
JESS:
There's a picture of a fish hawk by Audubon I like. It's swooping over the water with a fish in its talons, and with great black wings which take up most of the picture.
TOM:
So you could discuss it in relation to predators and food chains?
JESS:
Well actually I think I'll concentrate on the impression of rapid motion it gives.
TOM:
Right.
JESS:
Do you know that picture of a kingfisher by van Gogh - it's perching on a reed growing near a stream.
TOM:
Yes it's got these beautiful blue and red and black shades.
JESS:
Mm hm. I've actually chosen it because I saw a real kingfisher once when I was little. I was out walking with my grandfather, and I've never forgotten it.
TOM:
So we can use a personal link?
JESS:
Sure.
TOM:
OK. There's a portrait called William Wells, I can't remember the artist but it's a middle-aged man who's just shot a bird. And his expression, and the way he's holding the bird in his hand suggests he's not sure about what he's done. To me it's about how ambiguous people are in the way they exploit the natural world.
JESS:
Interesting. There's Gauguin's picture Vairumati. He did it in Tahiti. It's a woman with a white bird behind her that is eating a lizard, and what I'm interested in is what idea this bird refers to. Apparently, it's a reference to the never-ending cycle of existence.
TOM:
Wow. I chose a portrait of a little boy. Giovanni de Medici. He's holding a tiny bird in one fist. I like the way he's holding it carefully so he doesn't hurt it.
JESS:
Ah right.

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1
E
Rút gọn

Giải thích chi tiết



Nghe tới art project và introductory stage là biết đáp án sắp tới



Nghe thấy Jess nói When they gave us all those handouts with details of books and websites to look at, I was really put off, but the more I read, the more interested I got

=> lúc đầu Jess không thích handouts nhưng càng đọc thì càng thấy hứng thú

=> Tom đồng ý và nói Me too

=> chọn E



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2
C
Mở rộng

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Nghe thấy nhắc tới Bird Park visit và Jess nói là What a letdown

=> buổi đi thăm Bird Park gây thất vọng

=> loại A



Nghe tiếp thấy Jess so sánh là (Bird Park) much less use than the trip to the Natural History Museum

=> Natural History Museum có nhiều thứ bổ ích hơn

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3
E
Mở rộng

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Nghe tới Jess hỏi về proposal là biết đáp án sắp tới



Nghe thấy Tom nói I've realised the notes from my research are almost all just descriptions, I haven't actually evaluated anything. So I'll have to fix that.

=> ghi chú cua Tom hầu như mới chỉ toàn là mô tả (descriptions) chứ chưa mang tính đánh giá (evaluative) hay nhận xét

=> Jess trả lời là Oh, I didn't know we had to do that. I'll have to look at that too.

=> Jess cũng sẽ phải sửa lại về mặt này

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4
B
Mở rộng

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Nghe thấy Jess hỏi Tom có làm timeline chưa, và Tom nói là đã làm rồi và có thêm cả mind map

=> Jess trả lời là so did I

=> cả 2 đều đã làm time line và mind map, không cần chỉnh sửa thêm

=> loại D



Nghe tiếp thấy Jess nói về việc it was hard having to explain the basis for my decisions in my action plan (rationale)

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5
D
Mở rộng

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Nghe thấy nhắc tới painting of a falcon by Landseer là biết đáp án sắp tới



Nghe Jess nói là You could talk about the possible danger suggested by the bird's look

=> danger = threat trong câu này

=> chọn D



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6
C
Mở rộng

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Nghe thấy Jess nói về fish hawk by Audubon và Tom gợi ý là you could discuss it in relation to predators and food chains

=> tuy nhiên nghe tiếp thì Jess nói là I'll concentrate on the impression of rapid motion it gives

=> rapid motion = fast movement

=> chọn C



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7
A
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Nghe tới kingfisher by van Gogh là biết đáp án sắp tới



Nghe thấy Jess nói là I've actually chosen it because I saw a real kingfisher once when I was little. I was out walking with my grandfather, and I've never forgotten it.

=> Jess chọn bức tranh này do kỉ niệm hồi còn nhỏ đã nhìn thấy kingfisher thật

=> chọn A



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8
H
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Nghe thấy Tom nói về bức tranh William Wells và the way he's holding the bird in his hand suggests he's not sure about what he's done. To me it's about how ambiguous people are in the way they exploit the natural world.

=> theo cách Tom hiểu thì bức tranh này là về việc con người chưa thực sự hiểu rõ về những gì họ đã làm cho thiên nhiên, thái độ của họ vẫn còn khó hiểu

=> ambiguous = confused

=> chọn H



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9
F
Mở rộng

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Nghe thấy Jess nói về Vairumati và nói rằng it's a reference to the never-ending cycle of existence

=> bức tranh này muốn nói về vòng quay vô tận của sự sống

=> chọn F



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10
G
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Nghe thấy Tom nói về Giovanni de Medici là he's holding it carefully so he doesn't hurt it

=> có thể hiểu là bức tranh này muốn nói về việc bảo vệ thiên nhiên (protect = doesn't hurt)

=> chọn G



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