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3 Changes for Enhanced Learning in Knowledge Quiz

We are glad to see that Knowledge Quiz started to gain momentum since we have made all the packs free this year. You have now the opportunity to choose from a variety of topics, spreading from geography, literature to traffic signs and entertainment, and answer a 7 questions’ set in each round as you move on to more difficult levels. 602 more words


[M.A.P.L.E. VIII-22] Final Exams

Every school in which I have taught have treated final exams differently, in terms of the format of exams from intro and service courses.

At UW-Stout, when I taught College Algebra and Precalculus, the exams were written by the department, and were free-response questions. 291 more words


Verbal Reasoning: 50 Question Multiple Choice Test

Assessment: Verbal Reasoning

Practice Questions

This page will test your Verbal Reasoning word and vocabulary skills.

You can do your working out on a piece of paper. 896 more words

Key Stage 3

How Parents Are Robbing Their Children of Adulthood

Adapted from:  https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/16/style/snowplow-parenting-scandal.html

Instructions: choose the best word to fill the spaces.

Today’s “snowplow parents” keep their children’s futures obstacle-free — even when it means crossing ethical and legal… 2,744 more words


Theatre Lessons: a short-term fix that could become a yearly event...

A situation that left us teaching 60 students at a time in the theatre meant we had to re-think our approach to teaching but also re-consider the bridge between teaching and learning for these sessions. 1,057 more words


|EE – 014a| C1: Advanced – Reading and Use of English [Part1]

Hello Exam Seekers,

During the past few weeks, I’ve been posting about the C1: Advanced Speaking Exam. I divided the Speaking Exam into 3 parts, so check them out ( 891 more words


14 Types of IELTS Reading Questions

Officially, IELTS differentiate the question types into only 11, but I’ve further differentiated into 14 to help my students be familiar with every single type. Such familiarity can help them feel confident answering the questions in the real test. 169 more words