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6 steps to exam success: Balance your teaching

6 steps to exam success: Balance your teaching

This is the second part of our exam preparation series: 6 steps to exam success. Read more about our first webinar with Lindsay Warwick in our post: 6 steps to exam success: Understand your exam. In this article, she’ll look at techniques and activities to help you...
Six steps to exam success: Understand your exam

Six steps to exam success: Understand your exam

This is the first part of our exam preparation series: 6 steps to exam success. Read more about the upcoming webinars in our post: 6 steps to exam success: a series of webinars to help you prepare your students. Knowing an exam is important for any teacher who wants...

6 steps to exam success: a series of webinars to help you prepare your students

Teaching exam classes can be a challenge for new and experienced teachers alike. In an effort to help you prepare your students for their upcoming Cambridge English language exams, we’ve created a series of 6 webinars (plus one bonus episode). Our expert trainers will...

PTE Young Learners: Preparing for Breakthrough (Level 4)

Pearson Test of English (PTE) Young Learners is designed for students aged 6-13. It assesses their understanding and use of real-life, practical English. Each of the four different exam levels (Firstwords, Springboard, Quickmarch and Breakthrough) integrates...

4 career moves for enthusiastic teachers

Have you been teaching for a number of years and are looking for ways to challenge yourself and share your experience and passion with others? Many of us would love the opportunity to progress in our careers and try new things but have no idea how to get started. So,...

Everything you need to know about the Versant tests

From sending emails and participating in conference calls to studying a masters degree or communicating on social media, in today’s globalized world English is being used by more and more non-native speakers in their day-to-day lives. For this reason, many schools,...