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Cambridge ESOL, the CEFR & ALTE Can Do Statements: How many hours of study to reach each level?

All Cambridge English exams are developed using the principles and approaches of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) – the standard benchmark used internationally to describe language ability. Describing levels of language ability The CEFR describes language … Continue reading

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$450 Million Dollar Plan: Vietnam demands its Non-Native English Teachers have Intermediate English Level

All school leavers will have a minimum level of English by 2020 under ambitious education reforms, but teachers fear that they are not getting the help they need to upgrade their own skills. Ed Parks Guardian Weekly, Tuesday 8 November … Continue reading

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Chilean Ministry of Education – English Opens Doors Program: English Standards (Ideal Goal)

English Standards The Ministry of Education, through the English Opens Doors Program, has defined as the national ideal goal, the following levels which are considered necessary for English students grade 8 (8° Básico) and grade 12 (4° Medio), as well … Continue reading

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¡ATENCIÓN DOCENTES! PIAP busca Asistente para la línea Desarrollo Docente en el área de Certificación

¡ATENCIÓN DOCENTES! PIAP busca Asistente para la línea Desarrollo Docente en el área de Certificación Requisitos: – Profesor(a) de inglés, titulado(a). – Excelente nivel de inglés (B2 o superior, validado mediante un test internacional). – Manejo intermedio de TICs. – … Continue reading

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