Webinarer til udskolingen


How to become a proud non-native speaker of English (Cambridge)
In this webinar, you'll learn about strategies to build students' confidence in exam classrooms. The focus is on learner agency, generating a positive attitude towards making mistakes, and the potential link between one's accent and self-perception. Our presenter will offer engaging ways to talk about these issues and activities to try out in the classroom.

The webinar is aimed at teachers teaching B2 First for Schools to C2 Proficiency. 


Keeping your students engaged during their holiday (Cambridge) 
A break from your English class doesn't mean a break from English! Cambridge has lots of self-access materials ready for your learners to explore in their holidays. Join this webinar to find out top tips on how to keep your learners motivated with their English outside the classroom.

This webinar is aimed at Young Learner teachers and A2 Key for Schools and above.


Promoting a positive impact from language exams in the classroom (Cambridge)
This webinar is for anyone interested to learn more about: 1) how we create exams and learning materials with a positive impact in mind, 2) how we evaluate the impact that they have on teaching and learning and 3) how teachers can ensure that exams have a positive impact on their students. We will provide examples from our previous research and practical tips for the teachers to implement in their classrooms.


Testing times: teaching exams in ELT (ELI)
When teaching English for exams it is essential that we strike a balance between getting students ready for formal evaluation, yet not lose sight of teaching English as a real language skill. This session is an overview of main considerations when teaching English exams whilst maintaining purpose and motivation.


Preparing students for life and language in the 21st century (ELI)
The old-fashioned idea of teaching English simply a subject with rules and words is over. Nor do we teach English because students might one day visit or even want to know about the UK, USA, Australia etc. To prepare students for life in a global, connected world , we must teach English as a skill for realistic international communication at work or for study. This, therefore, has important implications regarding our topics, approaches, and exposure to the language used by non-native speakers of English who form the majority of the world’s English language speakers. This session looks at ways, through remote teaching or in the classroom, to bring the real world of English and cross-curricular elements into the English classroom using materials, including video with both native and non-native speakers


Keeping your students engaged during their holidays (Cambridge)