New Fast Class The Cambridge English: First (FCE) exam course with supported practice online
Cambridge English: First (FCE) course with Online Workbook and practice test. Assign tasks, track progress and analyse results using the optional Learning Management System.
- Level: Upper-Intermediate (B2)
New Fast Class is an Cambridge English: First preparation course with a difference. Its Workbook practice is online, featuring automatic marking, instant feedback, and more. Students can do the exercises as self-study, or you can assign work, track students' progress, and analyse results using a Learning Management System. Either way, you have more time to focus on the Student's Book in class.
- Prepare your students for the Cambridge English: First (FCE) examination.
- Use stand-alone lessons in the Student's Book for skills-focused preparation.
- Assign Online Workbook exercises and practice test as homework with or without interactive learning features.
- Workbook features automatic marking and instant feedback, integrated dictionary definitions, grammar look-up, voice recording plus teacher marking, exam tips, and more.
Use the Learning Management System (LMS) to assign the Online Workbook exercises and the FCE practice test as homework. You will then see your students' marks and be able to identify common weaknesses. Review just those problem areas in class and have more time to focus on the Student's Book.
You'll also be able to assign the online practice test as a mock exam without support features and with a timer on, or as practice with support features and no timer.
If you prefer not to use the LMS, your students can use the Online Workbook and practice test independently for self-study.
"New Fast Class student's book contains ten units covering the four language skills, a focus on the Use of English and revision exercises. The book boasts some excellent word-formation exercises and useful ideas for guided writing practice.
The most exciting and innovative aspect of the material is the online workbook. Students can use these materials as part of their course, or independently for self-study. They receive an access code at the back of their book. Some of the material is quite lively, while some is rather mechnanical. Definitely of interest to students studying for the First Certificate in English examination."
EL Gazette, December 2010