Today, I’m focusing on skills that students should practise in order to produce a decent writing assignment. Read on!
I have put together a little list of activities that I find useful for spicing up my lessons and getting some good speaking exam practice in there! Watch this space and look around my other posts for more activities related to exam practice. 🙂
In the game the panellists, in this case your students, are invited to speak about a topic for one minute without hesitation, deviation, or repetition. Exactly the things that they should avoid doing in their speaking exam. It’s the perfect game!
For my students, essay writing is really tough. Having never had to write anything similar in their time at school or university, they find it difficult to adapt to the way that Cambridge wants an essay written. Given that there is a set structure they have to use, the essay should be one of the easiest partsContinue reading “Essay Writing For The Cambridge FCE”
The Basics FCE is equivalent to the B2 CEFR level. It’s also what many people consider to be the first level of fluency in a language. Achieving this level means that your students have the following skills; Good knowledge of most English grammar topics. These are fine tuned in the higher levels but from FCEContinue reading “The Ins and Outs of The FCE Reading and Use of English”