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Rediscovering PechaFlickr – Exam Speaking


PechFlickr is something I actually wrote about five years ago as a useful classroom tool for students who have to deal with pictures / imagery in their speaking exams.¬† I'm thinking here more about the Cambridge English: First & Advanced... Continue Reading →

From Can’t to Can: changing thinking about exams #iatefl2017


Recently I was lucky enough to run a workshop at IATEFL Glasgow on helping students in language exam classes feel more confident in their abilities. As promised in the session, here are the slides from the session, which I re-titled... Continue Reading →

Cambridge First & Advanced in 2015


If you prepare students for FCE or CAE, then this might be useful for you. ¬†Cambridge English: First (FCE) and Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) have recently undergone significant revisions to their structure and organisation. This has been on the cards... Continue Reading →

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