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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!

Explore Greece…. Patra

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The Patras City Area is a conurbation of 160.400 inhabitants,while its wider urban area, in the new Patras municipality, has a population of 213,984 (in 2011).] Patras' core settlement has a history spanning four millennia, in the Roman period it had become a cosmopolitan center of the eastern Mediterranean whilst, according to Christian tradition, it was also the place of Saint Andrew's martyrdom.

Dubbed as Greece's Gate to the West, Patras is a commercial hub, while its busy port is a nodal point for trade and communication with Italy and the rest of Western Europe. The city has two public universities and one Technological Institute, hosting a large student population and rendering Patras a major scientific centre with a field of excellence in technological education. The Rio-Antirio bridge connects Patras' easternmost suburb of Rio to the town of Antirrio, connecting the Peloponnese peninsula with mainland Greece.

 

 

Patras
Πάτρα
View of Patras from the fortress
View of Patras from the fortress
Seal of Patras
Location
Patras is located in Greece
Patras
Patras
Coordinates 38°15′N 21°44′ECoordinates: 38°15′N 21°44′E
Government
Country: Greece
Geographic region: Peloponnese
Administrative region: Western Greece
Regional unit: Achaea
Districts: 11
Mayor: Kostas Peletidis (KKE)
Population statistics (as of 2011)[1]
Municipality
 - Population: 213,984
 - Area: 333.1 km2 (129 sq mi)
 - Density: 642 /km2 (1,664 /sq mi)
Municipal unit
 - Population: 171,484
Other
Time zone: EET/EEST (UTC+2/3)
Elevation (min-max): 0–10 m ­(0–33 ft)
Postal code: 26x xx
Telephone: 261
Auto: ΑΧ,AZ
Website
www.e-patras.gr

 
 
 

 

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!!

CLICK HERE!!

 

Sorry….

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The word of the day is SORRY!!! Unfortunately I can’t add new posts because I have a lot of homework to do. Although I will start again after the 19th June. Check older posts to remember tips, games, jokes etc Kisses, Effie