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Time Saving Calculator

Try our useful time-saving calculator to find out how much time Cambridge English Empower can save you versus marking paper-based tests. 

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Class Audio

Follow the link below to download the Student's Book audio for each level. For levels A2 to B2, there are also audio files for the 'Speaking Plus' pages.

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Wordlists

Monolingual Wordlists for each level of Empower with part of speech, definition and example sentences. Organised by unit and alphabetically.

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LMS Registration instructions for students

This manual is aimed at students and it shows how to register on the Cambridge LMS and how to join the Empower class set up by the school/teacher. It is available in Spanish.

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Placement, Unit and Competency Tests

Tests for this course are available in the Cambridge LMS. Print versions of these tests are also available to teachers using Empower, by registration at    www.thecambridgeteacher.es

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CEFR Correlations

Follow the link below to download CEFR correlation charts for each level of this course.

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'Video Extra' Worksheets with Teacher’s Notes

In addition to the video material for each unit, the Cambridge English Empower Class DVD contains a series of humorous short films intended to engage your students in viewing for pleasure. Follow this link to access the worksheets for levels A2 Elementary and B1 Pre-intermediate.

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Author Presentations

Below you'll find several author presentations on the research and methodology behind Cambridge English Empower.

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A1 Starter

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A2 Elementary

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B1 Pre-intermediate

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B1+ Intermediate

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B2 Upper Intermediate

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C1 Advanced

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LMS Registration instructions for students

Placement, Unit and Competency Tests

'Video Extra' Worksheets with Teacher’s Notes

Author Presentations

Craig Thaine: Tuning into your learners: Assessment and Evaluation in the Lesson
This webinar looks at the way teachers’ informal, instinctive and on-going evaluation of learners’ progress can feed into a more formal assessment process. Craig will focus on some specific teaching skills and explore how they can help to evaluate learners. He will also look at some practical suggestions that can help teachers face the challenge of tuning into their learners’ language.
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Herbert Puchta: Teaching Adult Learners
In this webinar Herbert Puchta discusses some recent findings about the “brain’s own reward’ system, and how we can apply them in the young adult and adult classroom. We look at various practical examples of how we can engage students, from giving them choices and helping them become aware of their learning progress, to making sure they get plenty of opportunity to experience ‘anticipated movement’.
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Adrian  Doff and Craig Thaine: Being Strategic: Adult Learners and Speaking
Most adult learners who enrol in an English language course are keen to learn how to speak the language, often prioritising this skill above others. Moreover, as the skill of speaking involves more than just production of oral language, when teaching speaking, teachers need to not only consider the practice of target grammar, vocabulary, functional language, and spoken fluency. In the process of developing speaking skills, it’s useful if adult learners can learn to become effective communicators in English as well.
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