Both in the real-life classroom and online, Gold Experience Second Edition can offer teachers a variety of useful resources to help students achieve exam success.
This webinar discusses the tools available, as well as the skills and techniques, for delivering engaging and motivating exam classes. We’ll look at the coursebook and its’ online features in detail and how to provide variety to typical exam tasks.
Getting ready for any 4 skills based test can be tricky and is not only about familiarity with the test, but also the skills needed for success.
In this webinar, we'll talk about ideas for how to use the print, online and blended materials in both physical and virtual classrooms as well as some of the extra support resources available to teachers and students.
The reality of modern English teaching means exams hold higher stakes than ever: a new career, a higher education place, even a new country of residence.
This webinar looks at how mindfulness, the practice of paying conscious awareness to the present moment, allows us to calm the effect of such stress-inducing situations on our thoughts and feelings by actively shifting our relationship with stress. In turn, our students can find it easier to meet exams with a calm, clear head.
We will demystify mindfulness practice, take a straightforward look at the neuroscience behind stress in exam situations, and explore practical mindfulness exercises you can carry out with your students.
Teaching exam courses puts a lot of pressure on teachers. We strive to make the experience enjoyable and fruitful, not only for the learners but also for the teacher.
In this webinar John will be sharing some strategies for teaching exams with enjoyment. These include: managing exam practice, readying your repertoire, delegating task creation and finally - deflating the pressure.
Whether a short course or long course, exam students can easily become demotivated.
This webinar offers strategies and tips on how to maintain student enthusiasm in a positive classroom environment.
We’ll be looking at techniques on how to avoid repetition and motivate students of mixed abilities and skill sets, by looking at how to add variety to common task types and providing the opportunity for these activities to become more student-centred.
A good teacher plays many roles but when it comes to exam preparation probably one of the most important is that of language coach. If a teacher cannot deal with student performance and implement further practice through delivering valid feedback then students will suffer.
This webinar will look at the coaching cycle and how teachers can utilise it to evaluate student performance so that they can provide different forms of feedback and give prompts and tips for improvement.