Teaching for Exam Classes
This course is also available online
Mon to Fri
15 a week
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Teaching for Exam Classes is for English teachers who are preparing teenage or adult students for exams. You will look at samples of assessment criteria and ways to use them and refresh your knowledge of current teaching methods. You will gain knowledge of activities for students to engage them during the classes.
During the course, you will review examples of task types from a range of formal exams including the Cambridge FCE, CAE and IELTS. You will see what students need to learn at different levels and ways to teach the different aspects of the exams’ areas.
Completing this course will help you:
Who is the course for?
This course will benefit teachers who are either preparing to teach the first Cambridge or IELTS exam class or experienced teachers looking to refresh his/her skills.
Course Sample programme
Introduction to the key principles of Learner styles
Compare teaching materials to understand the differences in implementing activities to use in exams
Developing oral communication skills
Exploring techniques for correcting oral errors -Using task- based learning to develop speaking skills
Developing students’ reading and writing skills exploring ways of exploiting written texts
Encourage student engagement
Models of assessment criteria
Revive your knowledge of current teaching techniques
Consider various aspect in relation to your own teaching and your students’ needs
Exploring different approaches to testing and assessment – Course review
*Please note that the course content may be subject to change due to latest methodology trends updates.
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