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Michigan ECPE Official Past Papers PDF (1 MB)
Tests and extra activities
Tactics for TOEIC Listening and Reading Test
Download the audio scripts for the Student’s Book audio.
Dave Allan looks at the placement and practice tests on oxfordenglishtesting.com and discusses the possible applications of the Learning Management System.
Michigan ECCE PDF (35 KB)
"A Teacher's Guide to TOEIC Listening and Reading Test: Preparing Your Students for Success" by Grant Trew, author of Tactics for TOEIC Listening and Reading Test and Tactics for TOEIC Speaking and Writing Tests.
Download the Teacher’s Book for Teaching Notes, Answer Keys, Audio Scripts, Unit Tests and Progress Tests.
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Successful writers or speakers often ask a peer for feedback. Find out how your students can improve by assessing themselves, and one another.
How to survive in the freelance market
Part Five - Quality control and maintaining satisfied clients
Freelance professionals Mike Hogan and Bethany Cagnol share advice on how to develop long-lasting relationships with your clients.
This is the last part of Robin Walker's series on the secrets of a good coursebook. Here, he argues that speaking activities need to be personal, possible and purposeful.