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More than 7800 students took IMAT (International Medical Admissions Test) to access medical courses taught in English language in Italy. The session took place simultaneously in 30 cities across the globe on the 10 September 2020.
Solid teaching strategies need to be in place to ensure every English language learner is learning regardless of their ability - according to Monica Poulter, who worked for many years at Cambridge Assessment English and now teaches English online. She made the comments at an online event for the global English teaching community.
There are three key ingredients for successfully teaching children English at home, according to language learning experts at Cambridge. These are creating a dedicated learning space, sticking to a routine and setting realistic targets.
OET has launched a new guide to help overseas nurses working in the UK healthcare system improve their English language skills. Living the Language: A nurse’s guide to English usage in British life and Work is published by OET in collaboration with Health Education England.
Games can help children learning English in class or online, according to a digital learning expert from Cambridge.
Makeshift ‘classrooms’ in hotel business centres and in the back of pickup trucks, along with songs and handwritten notes left outside schools and even supermarkets for parents – these are just some of the inspiring Covid-19 teaching stories from around the world. The anecdotes of how teachers have risen above the challenges of Covid-19 were part of a presentation by two English language learning and teaching experts at an online event for the global English teaching community.
Qatar Aeronautical Academy will be the first educational institution in Qatar to offer students the possibility to take Linguaskill.
Experts from Cambridge University have praised the global English language teaching community for embracing the uncertain challenges ahead posed by Covid-19. The comments are in response to staggering viewing figures of nearly 370,000 for an online event held to help teachers get ready for the unpredictable months ahead.
A new way to help children learn English in Minecraft is being showcased by Cambridge Assessment English as part of an online educational event organised by Microsoft China.
Experts from Cambridge have teamed up to help English language teachers adapt to the changing education landscape as a result of Covid-19. Cambridge Assessment English and Cambridge University Press ELT are hosting a free event for teachers around the world to help them get ready for the unpredictable months ahead.