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CAE Listening Practice Test

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My first journey - after reading "Gone"

My first journey - after reading "Gone" | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
My first journey I ever made was to go to meet my uncle's family who live in Nagoya.
I was 6 years old at that time. It takes about 3 hours from my home to his house by train. It was my first time...
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#KET + level creative writing - after reading graded reader

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About Vikings - My homework project

About  Vikings - My homework project | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
Luna International's students and staff sharing their ideas, inspirations,
and credit card details - kind of because they have to...they get bullied
a lot to write cool contributions. Why not...
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Read a good book, interact with it and personalise the outcome!

Yes, I teach the lad :) Finally, Vikings in Japan....(now that would have been a scrap!)

 

Love this project outcome! 

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How to prepare for Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) | Cambridge English

How to prepare for Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) | Cambridge English | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
Get help and useful advice for preparing for your Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) exam. There are coursebooks and past papers to buy and lots of free resources too.
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After Reading - The Key

After Reading - The Key | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
My grandfather was the stamp collector.  After he died, the collection was handed over to my father and he decided to collect stamps as his father did.  My father buys every new stamps...
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PET level writing exercise, after reading Richmond ELT graded reader. I love this original piece of writing. What do you think?

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Sweet watermelon home, Hata

Sweet watermelon home, Hata | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
Water melon slice (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Hata is about 250㎞ north west of the capital,Tokyo. Hata is in a region called the Shinetsu and Japanese Alps. It is one of the most beautiful regions...
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#KET level success - similar contributions welcome on Luna's blog!

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About my school - an informative poster

About my school - an informative poster | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
Remi has been covering the topic of school and education, learning a lot about different education systems in place all around the world. I asked Remi what she enjoys about the high school she...
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An excellent multi-layered, #CALL project for after-reading

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Nobel prize winners

Nobel prize winners | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it

itiI should write about three scientists who won Nobel Prize this year. They are three Japanese, Isamu Akasaki, Hiroshi Amano, and Shuji Nakamura. They invented blue LED which is brighter and more...

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PET-level creative writing task, after reading CEFR B1 level graded reader

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Revised Cambridge Advanced (2015) Grammar Transformations - Advanced Comparisons - YouTube

One of a series of videos included in the upcoming Advanced ToolBox app.
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Free Technology for Teachers: Three Options for Creating Year-in-Review Videos

Free Technology for Teachers: Three Options for Creating Year-in-Review Videos | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
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A review of Luna's fun & games would take a couple of hours' worth of video - and a month to edit! We use Stupeflix every month, and love the results :)

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The Rainbow Girl - after reading, share your favourite mountain

The Rainbow Girl - after reading, share your favourite mountain | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
My favourite mountain-top view is from the Mountain Jonen. It was the highest mountain I have climbed. I had never known there were no trees before I climbed the Jonen. When I climbed the Jonen and...
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Write about an unfamiliar topic in exam conditions - be confident and be clear.

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Classroom ideas for Cambridge English: Key & Preliminary for Schools

This webinar gives an introduction to teachers of our Cambridge English: Key and Preliminary for Schools exams. The presenter will outline the format and task types for the Reading, Writing...
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Cambridge English: First (FCE) - new exam specifications and Cambridge English Scale | Cambridge English

Cambridge English: First (FCE) - new exam specifications and Cambridge English Scale | Cambridge English | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
“Summary of changes to Cambridge English: First from 2015, including the exam update and Cambridge English Scale”
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FCE is a changin', but just a wee bit.
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Feedback on academic writing – Part Two

Feedback on academic writing – Part Two | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
This is the second article of a three-part series on giving EAP students effective feedback. Julie Moore, an ELT writer and researcher, shares her thoughts on how teachers can encourage students to act on feedback.
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Mending bridges - after reading "In Sarah's Dreams"

Mending bridges - after reading "In Sarah's Dreams" | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
When I was a high school student, I belonged to a brass band club. I played bassoon and Akiko played clarinet. My best friend Yuka played clarinet, too. Yuka and I used to talked and practiced...
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Mio tackles a KET + level writing task successfully :)

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Passing Cambridge P.E.T. Our success story with JP - YouTube

If you want to pass Cambridge Preliminary (PET) you could do a lot worse than listen to the advice these... http://t.co/cMWbosh26p
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My own Business English classmates explain some of the tools & strategies they used to prepare themselves for their P.E.T. exam (which they passed at the first attempt). Think they do a good job!

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Cambridge Proficiency - The Ultimate in ESL Exams

Cambridge Proficiency - The Ultimate in ESL Exams | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
Cambridge Proficiency or Certificate of Proficiency in English is the hardest exam for ESL students. Discover why and see if you can pass the ultimate test
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Pass Proficiency - world at your feet...I'd hire you with a CELTA.

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Sweet Home, Nagoya

Sweet Home, Nagoya | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
Nagoya Castle Originally built around 1525, destroyed during World War II. Reconstructed in 1959 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Nagoya is about 400km west of the capital,Tokyo. Nagoya is in a region...
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#KET level writing task - more contributions welcome

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My photo essay subject would be...dolphins

My photo essay subject would be...dolphins | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
If I enter a photo competition, I would choose sea creatures, especially dolphin as my subject. 
I have seen on TV that when a dolphin breathed out in the sea, bubbles from its lip looked like...
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After reading "The Key" - a walk in a secret garden

After reading "The Key" - a walk in a secret garden | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
Imagine you could open a door to a secret garden, just for you. Describe a walk though it, with a ll the sights, sounds and smells...
I used to have a puzzle.It had a company’s name on it, so I...
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After reading exercise to stimulate KET/PET creative writing. Feedback very welcome!

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Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) | Cambridge English

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) | Cambridge English | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
See why 4,000 educational institutions, businesses and government departments around the world accept Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) as proof of achievement
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Don't be caught out by the changes

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Send me a musical postcard, Shimei!

Send me a musical postcard, Shimei! | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
veListen to various snippets of music, and draw pictures of what comes into your mind. (Today we listened to bits of Holst, Jeff Beck, Peter Gabriel, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Yoshida Brothers, Yen...
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trigger creative writing in teens any which way you can!

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CAE/CPE Speaking Part 1: Talking About Yourself

CAE/CPE Speaking Part 1: Talking About Yourself | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
This is a sheet of phrases for the CAE/CPE speaking part 1. In speaking part 1 you are required to answer some questions about yourself. These questions could be about a number of subjects. On the ...
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Be warned though, both examiners will notice if you are talking like a parrot, using inappropriate/stilted pre-learned phrases, failing to respond to your partner's utterances too...

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Introduction to the Cambridge English Scale - YouTube

The Cambridge English Scale is a range of scores used to report results for Cambridge English exams from 2015. This video provides an overview of the scale, ...
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Clearer, more concise and more precise. Even better "Can Do" quality from Cambridge English in 2015

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The updated (2015) Cambridge English Advanced (CAE) Writing Paper - YouTube

Hello, welcome to the latest in our series of videos looking at the updated Cambridge English Advanced or CAE exam which launches in 2015. My name's Peter Tr...
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Subtle but important tweaks to the CAE Writing paper (2) from the new year.

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Vocabulary in your students’ writing: the Bottom Line

Vocabulary in your students’ writing: the Bottom Line | Cambridge English Language Assessment exams | Scoop.it
Isn’t it obvious?  In order to write well, we need to know a lot of words, and we need to know a lot about each word so we can use it to say what we mean.  In fact, without the knowledge of many words, our writing is stymied – or should I say...
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