As more teachers seize the opportunity to move to the Cambridge English curriculum and more learners request these exams, it is important for teachers to become accustomed to teaching the Cambridge English exams comfortably.
The webinar will provide an introduction to who is Cambridge Assessment and what it offers. It will outline the benefits of these exams for learners and teachers. It will also provide advice and step-by- step support in applying the Cambridge curriculum such as choosing the right exam for the learner and assessing a learner’s level. At the end of the session participants will receive resources on teaching these exams.
This free webinar is aimed at new teachers, as well as experienced ones, wanting to embrace the Cambridge Curriculum and wanting to work with Cambridge Assessment English.
Available webinar session
We only have one session on Monday, 27 June 2022 at 9.30. The webinar will be delivered via MS Teams with a duration of 3 hours, including a break and a Q&A session.
The webinar will be delivered by Markella Agathangelou . Markella (BA Joint Hons, MA Appl Ling, RSA CELTA), is an English Language educator, a Cambridge Presenter for the British Council and a translator. She has obtained her qualifications in the UK, where she gained a Joint Honors in English Language, English and European Literature and a Master’s in Applied Linguists at Goldsmith’s in London. She then completed her training at the International House and received the RSA CELTA. She has more than 20 years’ experience teaching ESL at various levels as preparation for Pearson Edexcel and Cambridge exams and teaching refugees through government courses. She has trained as a vocational trainer by HRDA where she designs and delivers ESP courses. Her interests include syllabus design, educational technology and lifelong learning. She is committed to donating to charity and to promoting the love of knowledge and the love of reading to ALL. Her mission is to bring people together, to motivate, inspire and empower them to do things they never thought were possible.