The conclusion is the cherry on top of your assignment. See it as a chance to brag about your achievements and to show that DELTA was a very special experience in your professional development. The main requirement you’d hear time and again is: Do not repeat yourself and your main body findings, tell us something… Read More Quick notes on the conclusion for DELTA assignment
With so little left, the assessment section in DELTA assignment may seem to be an easy part and a minor detail. Don’t be tempted to think so as there is a trap. Testing and assessment is, actually, a huge field. It includes broad theory, lots of ways of applying that theory and many many more… Read More Assessment in DELTA M3 assignment
Seems like you are about to start the course design section which is the heart of your DELTA module 3 assignment. It will take lots of time and energy to put things together in a nice manner, but, once you have finished, the major workload would be behind. Here is what you should introduce in… Read More Writing section 3 in DELTA M3 (or I need a plan!)
Фразовые глаголы. Головная боль всех, кто учит английский, и тема, которая выдаёт с головой даже тех, кто давно и успешно покоряет высоты advanced. Я долго искала, как же их учить и по какому материалу. Мой однозначный фаворит – The Ultimate Phrasal Verb Book от Barron’s. Это именно учебник. Не словарь с парой упражнений, и не… Read More Фразовые глаголы и The Ultimate Phrasal Verb Book
Recently I’ve been working hard to really understand the topic of assessment. I was going through the types of validity, wondered about the impact, tried to make connections to the tests at my work and did my best to figure out what the test really measures and if it is enough. I was also reading about… Read More How good is good enough?
Recently I caught myself on a total attachment to my laptop: I was taking it with me to all the classes, no matter what age, topic or materials I used. In some cases, we had an electronic version of the book, sometimes – online materials or listening but often there was a speaking class with… Read More Unplugged (literally)