I thought I’d start straight away with an activity for B2/ Cambridge English: First that I hope you can take away and use both as it is and also to adapt to work on other language at this and other levels.
I know I’ve been a bit ‘missing’ lately from this page!
My busy Cambridge English: Young Learners testing period completely took over my life in June, as usual. I love travelling to schools every day and seeing the students rising to the challenge and enjoying taking their test! Making sure everyone on the team and every piece of equipment and test papers are in the right place at the right time has its challenges, believe me! But with the great examiners who do the speaking tests and help me set up and supervise the test sessions, along with the enthusiastic (and nervous!) teachers who organise the venues (and candidates!), everything passes off smoothly. Thanks to you all!
I’m now gearing up to start a new academic year and it promises to be busy, busy! I have lots of teacher training work – my first session starts in 23:50 hours! Teacher training for language schools, Seminars for Cambridge Assessment and Conferences are all dates that I have in my diary already, so let’s get going!
So, here is an activity I’ll be doing this week to work on a language set.
It was inspired by a photo challenge I came across a couple of months ago on pinterest.
I selected some adjectives listed at B2 level on the English Vocabulary Profile. The ones I chose can all be used to describe objects.
artificial attached bare breakable decorative delicate free (not used/occupied) loose