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The Goethe Test PRO is an online adaptive German language test, developed by the famous Goethe Institut in Munich. The test can be used in schools, companies and any other organisations in demand of reliable German language assessment.
Schools which are interested in this brand new German language assessment tool, please get in touch with us. We are planning online training sessions for test handling in the very near future. Current BULATS and Linguaskill service providers will receive personal emails and information.
Have a look at the Demo-Version.
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Sign up for our Free Teacher Workshops and Roadshows:
19.05.2017 - St. Gallen
Workshop led by John Potts: Developing your students' Speaking Skills at Level C1&C2 in St. Gallen
In this practical workshop, we’ll look at the characteristics of the various speaking skills that students at need C1 and C2, including giving short answers, extended turns and discussions. Then we’ll explore some practical classroom activities that will help to develop your learners’ range of speaking skills, including a focus on language alongside the speaking skills themselves.
09.06.2017 - Zürich
Workshop led by John Potts: Developting your students' Speaking Skills at Level B2&C1 in Zürich
In this practical workshop, we’ll look at the characteristics of the... » read more
On 25 / 26th March our team spent 2 days in Horgen /ZH at the Bocken Conference Centre for our annual teachers’ seminar.
Spending the weekend with teachers, presenters, sponsors and our entire team is one of the highlights of the year for all of us. Many good conversations took place and gave us the opportunity to get an update on the challenges and concerns facing our schools and their teachers.
Guests from all over Switzerland, Germany, the UK, Poland and even India were greeted with a big, delicious apple that had the Swiss Exams logo tattooed onto it. We were happy to meet many new teachers who told us after the event that they had really enjoyed it and looked forward to attending again next year.
The keynote speaker, Dr Péter Medgyes, is a ventriloquist which... » read more
Linguaskill has been developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment to assess candidates at any level of language ability, from below A1 to C2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).
The test takes about 60 – 85 minutes and provides instant results. Each candidate gets a report on their Listening and Reading performance as well as an overall score with the CEFR level and the score on Cambridge English Scale.
Linguaskill can be used for placement, promotion, recruitment or for training.
Are you interested in getting more information about Linguaskill?
Register now for our online trainings:
Wednesday 12.04.2017 09:00
Friday 05.05.2017 11:00
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LINDSAY WARWICK BELL CAMBRIDGE
Over the last two years at my school, Bell Cambridge, we have been exploring the use of formative assessment tools to help our students’ progress. While researching this, I read the results of Black and Wiliam’s seminal meta-study Inside the Black Box (2001), which showed that formative assessment can have a significant, positive effect on learning and I very much became interested in knowing more. Further research revealed that Wiliam (2011:46) believes there are five key areas of formative assessment: discussion and tasks, effective feedback, the sharing of learning intentions and success criteria, learning from other learners, and students taking control over their learning. Appendix 4: Final questionnaire Dear student Thank you for... » read more