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Available on YouTube: Cambridge English: Proficiency – Teaching Tips for Writing webinar

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A new webinar for teachers of the Cambridge English: Proficiency, focusing on the new compulsory essay question in Part 1 of the Writing paper, was recently uploaded on Cambridge English’s YouTube channel.

Available to all teachers that prepare candidates for the C2 level Cambridge English exam, the webinar focuses on the new compulsory essay question in Part 1 of the Writing paper. Requirements of the task, including assessment, are discussed and tips to help teachers prepare learners for this part of the exam are offered. To watch the new webinar please click on the link provided below:

New Cambridge English: Proficiency – Teaching Tips for Writing webinar

As with all our webinars, this one too comes with hand-outs and presentation slides, which can be downloaded from our official You-tube channel, Cambridge English TV.

We have also prepared an accompanying survey, designed specifically for those who will watch the presentation. We would like to kindly ask for your participation in the survey, after you have watched the presentation, as it will provide us with useful information that we can use both for future webinars we will be delivering to you as well as help us improve our online training services to the teaching community.

Participation requires only 10 minutes of your time and will be highly appreciated. To participate please click on the link below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CambridgeProficiencyWebinarQuestionnaire

Cambridge English Language Assessment would like to thank you in advance for your time as much as for your interest in our exams. If you are interested in finding out about other Cambridge English webinars, go here and sign up to the mailing list.

Written by Cambridge English Southern Europe

December 3, 2013 at 10:29 am

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