Friday, 22 May 2015

! Murcia Today - What’s On Round-up 23rd And 24th May

! Murcia Today - What’s On Round-up 23rd And 24th May

IELTS / CPE Speaking Prompt Cards

Helpful Speaking Cards, which may help us prepare the oral exam (From teflgeek, via Tim's Free English Lesson Plans)

Pairs for Orals

Last day to enrol in the list will be on June 1st. If you haven't chosen classmate and time by then, I'll do it for you. Write a comment to this post to be included.

9:00. Zoraida & Loli
9:15. Mª Jesús & Maite
9:45 Cristina &
10:15 Ángel & Antonio MD
11:00 Gabi & Juan Fran
11:15. May y Lola

PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment)

PISA 2012 results: The ABC of Gender Equality in Education: Aptitude, Behaviour, Confidence - OECD

The ABC of Gender Equality in Education | OECD READ edition

Thursday, 21 May 2015

C1 at our School

If you want to attain the C1 Certificate, have a look at the following information: HERE. You can check the full Resolución here.
For more info, visit our EOI Cartagena website.

Last day for enrolment May 29th.

Monday, 18 May 2015

CCAA Websites NA2 (B2) Sample Exams





(Thanks Gabi)

10 TED Talks Every English Student Should Watch

TED is a series of informative, educational, inspiring and sometimes jaw-dropping talks that present ‘Ideas Worth Spreading’.

The link below is a post from IELTS Advantage, International English Language Testing System, an extremely useful website to visit.

10 TED Talks every English Student Should Watch

... and Tim's Free English Lesson Plans, the blog where I saw this post.

! Murcia Today - Murcia Today Weekly News Round-up16th May

! Murcia Today - Murcia Today Weekly News Round-up16th May

Friday, 15 May 2015

Dr. Rosler - Principios Neurocognitivos Para La Enseñanza De Nativos Dig...

Specially for those of you who are over 25 and are not Digital Natives.
It is in Spanish but I loved it and I wanted to share it with you.

10 Common Expressions in English

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Tourist Guide Course (by Cartagena Townhall)

Writing Expression Test

Wednesday 20th Writing Task Reminder: the allotted time for the task is 75 mins. You'd better do the task in that time and without the help of any dictionary. (Just if you want to do real exam practice!)

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Council of Europe Communications

It is widely accepted that democracy promotes peace among nations, reduces the abuse of power and encourages societies to live in harmony. Upholding human rights undeniably fosters democratic security.
This is the main theme of the second annual report by the Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland, “State of Democracy, Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Europe - A shared responsibility for democratic security in Europe”.
It compares democratic practices in European countries identifying judicial weaknesses and media freedom as the major areas of concern. To address them, the report suggests concrete follow-up actions, including training for legal professionals and programmes on the safety of journalists.

Friday, 8 May 2015

The Vocabulary You Have to Use in Advanced Exams

Personal Identification, Physical Aspect, Character, Personality
Home, Neighbourhood, City
Daily Life Activities, Work, Career
Leisure Time, Sports, Hobbies, Arts, Media
Travel & Transport
Relationships, Humans and Society
Shopping, Trade
Law, Politics, Banks
Language, Information, Communication
Weather, Nature and Environment
IT (Information Technologies) and Science

Our friends...

... Do use them!

Useful tips to listen to the news

• Make sure you have heard the news in your own language before you listen. You could make some notes of the main stories, including any names of people or places.

• Don’t worry about how much you understand. Listen to or watch the report first a few times ‘just for fun’.

• Stop and review as many times as necessary.

• Write a brief summary (one or two sentences) of each story.

• Set yourself a few questions to answer. Then listen again for the answers.

• Make notes of any new vocabulary you think is useful.

• Why not listen to the news with a friend? You can help each other by talking about what you each understand.

• When you feel confident, try listening to the news in English in different accents.

The Best Everyday Listening Practice

Click on Latest Sky News Headlines (on the right) and then on the screen to watch & listen to the News Bulletin.

Reporting Verbs

In the following chapters, you will find reporting verbs which can be used in indirect speech to express various meanings. Read the examples, they're good to remember verb patterns.

Thursday, 7 May 2015

Reported Speech

Enjoy this Carmen Torres' Presentation on the topic

Monday, 4 May 2015

Wednesday, 29 April 2015


Saturday 2nd May at 18.00 and 20.00 with Spanish subtitles.

Aula de Cultura Cartagena. 

C/ Mayor, 11
Tickets €4 (students and senior citizens €3)

Read The Telegraph review here (you can watch the trailer too).

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

World Day for Safety at Work

Real Grammar

Macmillan Dictionary Real Grammar shows us interesting short videos on grammar. Have a look!

Monday, 27 April 2015

Word Formation (online exercises)

Do ALL the activities with green balls. Check your score and improve it little by little. Revise affixes here and check hundreds of possibilities here.

! Murcia Today - Murcia Today Weekly News Round-up 25th April