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In order for the exam preparation to be effective we have to make sure the material we cover is then practised and used in many different situations inside and outside the classroom.
The session will be illustrated with material, approaches and activities taken from the brand new Pearson course developed for the new upper primary grades: Hence this session, whose main aim is to demonstrate varied and creative ways of working with English in Use tasks at both basic and extended levels.
Marta loves teaching, inventing new class activities and preparing ELT materials.
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My presentation will be full of practical ideas to help you reach your learners through the material which is useful, motivating, and above all relevant to their needs. All the activities will make the classes more dynamic and interesting without requiring too much preparation from the teacher.
Yet Use of English gives the teacher and the students much more scope to deal with language in unexpected, creative and interesting ways than other Repetytogium exam parts.
How to motivate Matura students: To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: This session will introduce some activities that create meaningful contexts in which learners have the opportunity to recycle and reuse the vocabulary and grammar they have learned.
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By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. The latest analysis of the Matura exam results shows yet again that the greatest challenge for most learners lies in their poor knowledge and management of vocabulary, fixed expressions, functional English items and more demanding grammar tested in the English in Use section.
Some illustration for all this will come from Password, the new flagship course for Polish upper-secondary students.