We have 3 new puzzles at 3 CEFR levels so you can actively join! Participants should send their answers, including their name, school, city and country before 4 November 2019.
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The Anglia Speaking Tests are a valuable addition to the Anglia offer and are available at all levels. “Do you speak English?” is the most popular question.
The Speaking Test is not an exam on its own. Participation is always in combination with the R/W/L examination and can be taken at the same level. Most schools register their candidates at all four levels at the same time and the Speaking test is taken in the same week as the written exam. The Speaking Tests do not have to been taken on a fixed exam date, but they should be conducted within 12 months after participation in the R/W/L examinations.
We have new puzzles! Participants should send their answers, including their name, school, city & country to email@example.com before 17 October. The winner will get a book at his/her CEFR level. Good luck!
The Kinderboekenweek in the Netherlands will take place again from 2-13 October this year and the theme this year is about travelling. It actually is not about travelling to places but about all forms of transport.
The Anglia Step To books First Step, Junior and Primary all have chapters about transport. The Dutch Children’s book highlighted during this period is Andre, Astronautje, written by austronaut Andre Kuipers and Natascha Stenvert. How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers (translated in Dutch as Mijn eigen Ster) is a really good alternative to use in your English class for the youngest ones.
In Roosendaal we will be reading How to Catch a Star in English and Dutch and we are also adding a few more English touches to the local library programme.
With the last two Experience weeks in Amersfoort and Middelharnis we closed off another successful summer season. We want to thank everyone who participated and helped making the Experience weeks happen. We saw many new faces but also lots of students and teachers who have been part of the experience for several years in a row now!
Check out the new English Experience Weeks photo impression page on the website of English Academy. We hope to see you again next year!
We have three new puzzles:
Participants should send their answers, including their name, school, city and country to firstname.lastname@example.org before 17 July 2019. Winners will be announced in the next PIE News on 21 July 2019. The winner will get a book, to be collected at a local bookshop. If there are more participants with the right answer, we will draw a winner.
This was the fourth year that we started off our summer school season in lovely Khust, Ukraine. Like last year our director Arnold Augustijn, local organizer Lidia Fedinets and teacher Tolga Gul were present but this year the team was supplemented with EEG colleague– If I have not done it before, I am sure can do it – Melanie Testers and Monique Wilkinson from the UK who was the appointed summer school head teacher.
“This week was the kick-off and the perfect start of the 2019 summer school season! Lots of new students, new teachers and this year also a new second location. At the welcome there were lots of tense faces, but after the warming up session everyone loosened up. The English Experience Week is all about English in Action. There are not too many boring exercises; we focus on learning children how to communicate in English with one another . These skills will help them to become global citizens.
It was also very warm in Khust this week so we went outside often to play, for the group pictures, lunch (in the shade), sports, games and ice cream for everyone! This was such an energetic and inspiring week for all of us!” – Melanie Testers
We have three new puzzles! Participants should send their answers, including their name, school, city and country to email@example.com before 17 June 2019.
The winner will get a book at C1 or C2 level, to be collected at a local bookshop. If there are more participants with the right answer, we will draw a winner.
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