Teaching Tip Video 2 - Revised A2 Key and A2 Key for Schools 5 Techniques to Speak English with 1 day ago   01:36

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Watch an exam tip on how to prepare for the new A2 Key / A2 Key for Schools Reading and Writing Part 7.

The new exam formats for A2 Key/Key for Schools and B1 Preliminary/B1 Preliminary for Schools will start being used from January 2020.

keyandpreliminary.cambridgeenglish.org

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5 Techniques to Speak English with Teaching Tip Video 2 - Revised A2 Key and A2 Key for Schools 1 day ago   18:28

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In this lesson, you can learn how to sound more confident when you speak English. When you speak English with confidence, you can get more opportunities to learn and improve your English.
When we ask students, “Why do you want to learn English,” often people don’t talk about their language skills. They talk about their feelings.
They say things like:
“I don’t feel confident when I’m speaking English.”
“I’m afraid my English sounds bad.”
“I want to feel better about my English.”
Does this sound like you?
In this lesson, you can learn some simple, effective tips to sound more confident speaking English. We’ll show you ideas that anyone can use.

See the full version of this lesson and script here: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/speak-english-with-confidence

Contents:
1. The First Steps Towards Confidence 1:00
2. Control Your Speaking 2:22
3. Stop Apologizing for Your English! 7:02
4. Set Yourself Challenges 10:22

This lesson will help you:

- Learn how to control your speaking to sound more confident.
- Be more positive about speaking English.
- Get out of the habit of apoligising for your English.
- Set challenges to build your confidence to speak English.
- Understand ways to keep a journal to help you speak English confidently.
- Learn more about yourself and how you can speak English better.

To see more free English video lessons like this, visit: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/

A big thank you to the Alphabet translation team from Syria for the Arabic captions!