Webinar for teachers by Cambridge Assessment English, in collaboration with British Council, exclusively for Addvantage members.
We’re delighted to invite members of the Addvantage scheme to join the next webinar taking place in April. The topic is on assessment of writing at B2 to C1 levels.
The webinar will be delivered by Sarah Ellis and Elena Louicellier from the Cambridge Assessment English team.
After each webinar we will send you an email with a certificate of attendance, useful links and a link to view the recording.
The aim of this webinar is to focus on the assessment of writing skills. We will explore the concept of writing ability and how it is accounted for in the B2 First and C1 Advanced exams, look at the assessment criteria and other features of the mark schemes. We will discuss challenges learners may have with writing at B2 and C1 levels and see how teachers can help learners to improve their skills and prepare for the Writing paper effectively. We will also share practical ideas and resources available to help you and your students with writing.
Presenters: Sarah Ellis and Elena Louicellier
Thursday 25 April 12.30 – 13.30 (Click to register)
Thursday 25 April 17.00 – 18.00 (Click to register)
Meet Sarah Ellis
Sarah is currently working as Senior Manager, Assessment Services, Europe for Cambridge Assessment English. She is based in Bologna, Italy.
Sarah is interested in Assessment, Learning & Professional Development and has an extensive background in teaching, teacher training, assessment and exam management. She has trained teachers on CELTA and DELTA courses and is currently is involved in the Cambridge Assessment English teacher support programme which provides information, materials and support for teachers and academic directors and is a regular presenter at events. She is particularly interested in supporting teachers in developing digital skills and assessment literacy.
Meet Elena Louicellier
Elena is Assessment Services Manager for Cambridge Assessment English in Europe. She is responsible for providing educational expertise in learning, teaching and assessment to all key stakeholders in the region. Elena Louicellier also delivers talks, workshops and seminars in Europe to support teachers in their professional development. Prior to joining Cambridge Assessment English in 2015, Elena acquired more than ten years’ experience in international school programme management and teaching, and in French higher education. In her current function, Elena Louicellier works closely with Assessment, Projects and Research and Thought Leadership groups in the head office to set up and deliver educational projects in Europe.