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Why do you need to have a certificate for Spanish as a Foreign Language?

Nowadays, Spanish is among the 3 most spoken languages in the world and the number of native speakers as well as the speakers of Spanish as a foreign language is growing every day, to the extent that Spanish is meant … Continue reading

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The top 5 reasons for attending an International Foundation Programme

1.  It bridges the differences of education systems. Qualifications vary in each country and not all of them are in line with the entry requirements of the British universities. 2. Provides a transition from a national secondary school to a … Continue reading

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Spanish, one of the most spoken languages in the world

On Saturday 22nd June all the Spanish speaking community celebrated “El día E”, a day that has been created to celebrate the importance of the Spanish language nowadays. Spanish during the past decades has started becoming one of the most … Continue reading

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What Steve Jobs taught us about making presentations

1 “This is a day I’ve been looking forward to for 2 and a half years….” Relax and enjoy it. Be happy to be there and say that you are. No jokes about things going badly. 2 “Every once in … Continue reading

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Things to think about before you implement iPads in your school.

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 … Continue reading

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What’s your preferred learning style?

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 … Continue reading

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5 FREE resources to practice your IELTS

EssayBuilder This is a fantastic resource for students who want to improve their IELTS writing task 1. It shows you the vocabulary and the grammar that you need to describe a graph, chart, table or diagram. iPass IELTS videos IELTS … Continue reading

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7 good reasons to study in Glasgow

1) Glasgow is Scotland’s biggest city, but with a population of just 600,000 people, you won’t get lost!  You can find everything you need here, it has the second biggest shopping area in the UK, (London is number one, of … Continue reading

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7 tips to improve your IELTS speaking

Don’t echo the examiner. Try to use different vocabulary by paraphrasing and using synonyms. Learners with a high band score demonstrate a wide range of vocabulary. In IELTS Speaking Part 1, give a little extra information for each question.In Part … Continue reading

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