Category Archives: English Language

Tuition Cambridge Checkpoint English, OL, Literature


Tuition: Cambridge Checkpoint English For Grade 6,7 & 8 Paving the way to an ‘A*’  in Cambridge OL & AL English Language bunpeiris Cut the path to Cambridge OL English Language [1*]  beginning with grade 6 [Age 11-14]: plan for A* in Cambridge International examinations GCE Ordinary Level English Language. Cambridge Secondary 1 Checkpoint test: English as a second language The […]

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23 maps and charts on language

23 maps and charts on language by Dylan Matthews on April 15, 2015 Source: “The limits of my language,” the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein once posited, “mean the limits of my world.” Explaining everything within the limits of the world is probably too ambitious a goal for a list like this. But here are 23 maps and charts that can hopefully […]

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Will or Shall

Shall we dance?

Shall We Dance? I will love to. Will or Shall Bobby: Is it the will of the god to make us suffer with will and shall? bun: No, of course not, the god is forever merciful, but you can be very stylish with both will and shall in your pocket. See, would you ever imagine inviting a lady “Will we dance?” Bobby: Oh!, no you are kidding. bun: Exactly, now you […]

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Cambridge English


 Cambridge English For Global Recognition Learn English language with a view to a Cambridge Certificate of FCE [First Certificate in English] first and then proceed to CAE [Cambridge Advanced English] and CPE [Cambridge Proficiency in English] as required or branch off to IELTS or Business English or English Teaching Knowledge courses/tests TKT, CELTA & DELTA. A word to the students […]

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Key Words in Education

Education Keywords

Use the Right Key Words in Education Competence, knowledge & skills A competence is more than just knowledge and skills. It involves the ability to meet complex demands, by drawing on and mobilising psychosocial resources (including skills and attitudes) in a particular context. For example, the ability to communicate effectively is a competence that may draw on an individual’s knowledge […]

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Teaching an alternative to “will”

future-going to -will

Teaching Future Tense: an alternative to “will” by bunpeiris Lesson: Our lesson is going to be a search for an alternative to “will” [Learners aren’t told yet]Learning Objective: [SMART]By the end of the lesson all learners will be able to make use of the future form of “going to” whenever it is more suitable than will/shall.[Learners aren’t told yet] Class: […]

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Develop Assessment Practices

English Lesson Assessment

Develop Assessment Practices by bunpeiris Introduction It is important to have evidence of student learning during learning-teaching session as well as through follow up assignments & tests. As such it is necessary to develop, use and evaluate different methods of assessment in a learning –teaching session. Subject: English language Lesson: Phrasal Verbs – Follow up Assignment 1 of Unit 1 […]

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Develop Resources to Support A Learning Unit

Develop Resources to Support Learning Unit by bunpeirisObjective: At the end of the lesson all learners will be able to use the 7 prepositions of location, namely, under, between, next to, beside, opposite, in front of & behind in given context SESSION 1: ENGAGE: SLIDE SHOW [5 Minutes] UNDER The class is divided into 2 groups & each group take […]

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