What is it? In this part of the Use of English exam you are given a short text with 8 gaps. For each gap you are given the ‘stem’ of a word. You must look at the gap, decide what type of word is missing – a verb, an adjective, a noun or adverb and

10 reasons to learn another language

Thursday, 29 October 2015 by

There are many ways that the addition of a new language can enrich your life.  Here are just some of them: Travel – make your holiday a more enjoyable experience and get to know the locals.  Take the stress out of travelling by feeling more comfortable in your chosen country.  People really appreciate tourists making

Learning English with Music

Monday, 28 October 2013 by

Music can help you learn English. It helps you copy the melody and pronunciation of a language as well as remember interesting vocabulary and understand grammar patterns. So where else would be better to learn English than in Glasgow, which in 2008 was named a United Nations city of Music by the UN cultural body,

Connection checklist In order to implement the iPads successfully you will need to: Ensure the school has a robust and reliable wireless infrastructure. Ensure Wi-Fi signal is distributed evenly in all the classrooms and in the teachers’ room. Ensure that your network can sustain a large volume of devices connecting at the same time. Pedagogical

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Learning strategies or styles are terms used to describe identifiable individual approaches to learning situations. J.W. Keefe (1979) defines learning styles as “cognitive, affective and psychological traits that are relatively stable indicators of how learners perceive, interact with, and respond to the learning environment”. Reid (1987) identified six major style preferences: 1.Visual 2.Auditory 3.Kinaesthetic 4.Tactile

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