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The great race

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The Chinese Lunar calendar names each year after one of twelve animals, this year is the year of the sheep. Here is a story which tells of the Jade Emperor's clever plan to decide the order the animal years should go in. Find out who came first in The Great Race.

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Extra questions:

  • What year were you born?
  • Do you know your Chinese zodiac sign? If so, what animal is it? If not, explore the topic of the Chinese New Year and you can find out.
  • How do you usually celebrate your birthday?

Adjectives

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Do you know how to use adjectives in English? Take my adjectives grammar test and find out!

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Summer clothes

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Can you talk about clothes that we wear when it's warm? Play this game to practise putting the words in the correct order.

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Match the kit

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Look at the footballers. What are they wearing?

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Gran’s adventures

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FCE tips: speaking part 1: speaking about yourself

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Tip 1
This part of the exam is mainly there to relax the students and start them talking about an easy and pleasant topic – themselves. It is important for the final mark but the real challenge is to be relaxed and sociable. Also, there are not separate marks for the separate sections, so if they start slowly they can make up for it later on.  


Tip 2
Examiners usually ask questions to one candidate for one minute, and then switch to the other(s). The non-talking candidate should listen attentively. If they can prove they have been doing so by referring to their partner’s answers when speaking, all the better.


Tip 3
The topics that will usually be covered are family, work and education, home town, leisure and future plans.


Tip 4
You can practise the various topics by brainstorming language for that topic area onto a spider diagram on the board and then getting students to ask each other questions for a few minutes using the vocabulary. Alternatively, they can prepare mini-presentations on, for example, their hobbies.  


Tip 5
There will also often be a mix of past, present and future forms used. Speaking practice on all these will obviously be useful.   


Tip 6
Any 'getting to know you' activities are useful for this part of the exam, which makes for a good, fun first lesson. If you can slip in some diagnostic work on their language, even better (see Lesson Plan for an example of this).  


Tip 7
The examiner generally starts each topic with a simple question (even Yes/ No) and then moves onto more difficult ones. Generally, if the students relax and react naturally, they should have no problems – so there's no need to respond to ‘Do you have a big family?’ with a five minute speech!

FCE

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Welcome!!!  Are you new examinators of the english language? If yes the preparation for your exams must start now!! In this blog you will have the opportunity to learn some things about the Cambridge exams( for FCE) to be more confident about your self!

LETS START!!!!

1) Have a look at a past paper exam, so you can see how it is!!

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Quiz Your Noodle: The Brain

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Put your thinking cap on and see how many of these questions about the brain you can answer.

 

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The Way the Bunny Hops

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Cooking with Chef Trabocchi

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Award-winning chef Fabio Trabocchi grew up in Italy and learned to cook from his father and grandparents. Now in Washington, D.C., Trabocchi is helping his son Luca, 10, learn to cook— everything from pastry doughs and pasta to grilled sandwiches and fish. Trabocchi’s second restaurant is named after Luca, and his third, Fiola Mare, just opened in February. “Cooking together—whether it’s professionally or just at home—will be something we always do, it’s our way of life,” says the chef. Watch the duo cook Luca’s favorite sandwich in the video.

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