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PTE Academic speaking read aloud sample passages 26

PTE Academic speaking read aloud sample passages

PTE Academic speaking read aloud sample passages.Look at the text below. In 40 seconds, you must read this text aloud as naturally and clearly as possible.

PTE Academic speaking read aloud | Education and development samples

1.The NSW Government Schools system is the largest education network in AustraliaEach school offers a secure, safe and dynamic learning environment. Your child will have a rich and rewarding learning experience.There are over 2,000 primary and secondary high schools in NSW. International students can choose from over 150 of these schools in Sydney and regional locations.Students who want to study in Australia for two or more years and complete the Higher School Certificate (HSC) may choose from a range of schools and locations.

2.The NSW Government is looking to partner with Australia’s best hospital operators to upgrade hospitals in Maitland, Wyong, Shell harbour and Bowral. Sharing construction costs with partner operators means the new hospitals will be built faster and cost taxpayers less, with savings reinvested into health services.

3.The population of Greater Western Sydney is projected to grow by 43 per cent between 2016 and 2036. This is why the NSW Government is investing in projects that are priorities for the local community, such as the West Connex motorway; Sydney Metro Northwest; Westmead Hospital redevelopment; North Connex motorway; and new fire stations at Windsor, Ropes Crossing, Oran Park, Marsden Park and Mount Druitt.

4. Barangaroo is the future of Sydney. It will become a spectacular waterfront precinct and a place that everyone in NSW can be proud of. Valued at over $6 billion AUD, Barangaroo is Sydney’s largest redevelopment project this century and will evolve over the next 10 to 20 years.

PTE Academic speaking read aloud sample passages

5. Children with special learning needs refers to children with learning difficulties, a behaviour disorder and/or a disability. These children have diverse abilities and learning needs. Parents or caregivers are often the first to notice that their child’s development is delayed or that their child is having problems at school.

6. Bullying is repeated verbal, physical, social or psychological behaviour that is harmful and involves the misuse of power by an individual or group towards one or more persons. Cyber bullying refers to bullying through information and communication technologies.

Bullying can involve humiliation, domination, intimidation, victimisation and all forms of harassment including that based on sex, race, disability, homosexuality or transgender. Bullying of any form or for any reason can have long-term effects on those involved including bystanders.

7.Aboriginal communities and other key stakeholders expressed a strong desire for change and the need for Government to build a genuine and sustainable partnership with Aboriginal communities and Aboriginal organisations. There was also strong demand for effective co-ordination to prevent the duplication of government and non-government services and a strengthened focus on education and employment, as keys to overcoming Aboriginal disadvantage.

8.The first Local Decision Making Accord between the Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly and the NSW Government was signed at Government House on the 19 February 2015. The Accord was signed on behalf of the state of NSW by the NSW Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and on behalf of the Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly by Mr Sam Jeffries, Chair of the Assembly. It outlines agreed actions to address the needs and priorities negotiated between the Assembly and the NSW Government.

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