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Experts at Cambridge Assessment English and Cambridge Assessment International Education will provide you with a range of functional language and practical tips for using it.

You’ll join a community of teachers from across the world – sharing your expertise, finding out what works for other teachers, and looking for new ideas from a range of different contexts. There will also be opportunities for you to explore digital tools for teaching and learning.

Both Cambridge Assessment English and Cambridge Assessment International Education are part of Cambridge Assessment, a not-for-profit department of the University of Cambridge.

This course is designed for current secondary school subject teachers who deliver lessons in English. It will be especially relevant for teachers involved in Bilingual Education and Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), and also relevant for teachers who expect to teach a subject in English in the future. Examples of language in the course come from a wide range of ...

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Learn with experts and teachers worldwide

Experts at Cambridge Assessment English and Cambridge Assessment International Education will provide you with a range of functional language and practical tips for using it.

You’ll join a community of teachers from across the world – sharing your expertise, finding out what works for other teachers, and looking for new ideas from a range of different contexts. There will also be opportunities for you to explore digital tools for teaching and learning.

Both Cambridge Assessment English and Cambridge Assessment International Education are part of Cambridge Assessment, a not-for-profit department of the University of Cambridge.

This course is designed for current secondary school subject teachers who deliver lessons in English. It will be especially relevant for teachers involved in Bilingual Education and Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), and also relevant for teachers who expect to teach a subject in English in the future. Examples of language in the course come from a wide range of subjects, for example Maths, Science, History, Geography and Economics.