Objetivo B1, ¡allá vamos!
A fresh start to the academic year has brought with it a big announcement from Cambridge Assessment English: the KEYContinue reading “Changes to KEY and Preliminary (A2 and B1) Cambridge English exams”
This last academic year has been quite a rollercoaster and just like any other teacher, I’ve done my fair share of hunting down ideas on the internet to make my classes more entertaining, enjoyable and aboveall, set more in the real-world that my students will find in the future.
About a month ago, and as I’ve written about here, I got the chance to go to the Innovate ELTContinue reading “From theory to classroom practice #researchbites”
El otro día descubrí un artículo maravilloso escrito por Penny MacDonald en la Complutense Journal of English Studies titulado ‘”We allContinue reading “Los Errores Gramaticales Más Frecuentes a nivel C1 en inglés”
The other day I came across a wonderful article written by Penny MacDonald in the Complutense Journal of English StudiesContinue reading “Biggest Grammar Mistakes in native Spanish C1 learners”
If you’re a Cambridge Exam teacher, you probably know that the Young Learner (Starters, Movers and Flyers) exams are changingContinue reading “Cambridge Webinar: Changes to Young Learner Exams”
I’ve had a problem for the past couple of weeks. One of my FCE classes has been impossible to motivate.Continue reading “Calling all FCE and CAE teachers – new resource!”
Not to state the obvious, but if you’re going to reach a high level in any language, you have toContinue reading “English Book Club – improve your reading skills and so much more”