I'm sure nobody will ever agree on this issue as there are so many variables affecting. However, this is not a matter that only affects our students, but everywhere in the world, as you may learn from the two following pieces of news affecting British students:
Here's a listening exercise for you to do : Who can you trust? (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
Some articles for you to read about the issue:
Were this year’s A-level results fair? (Financial Times)
Controversial exams algorithm to set 97% of GCSE results (The Guardian)
Revising the FUTURE TENSES with our 1º ESO students:
WE 💗 HOLIDAYS !!!
(Click here to have access to the digital book: Cambridge University Press) You will do the REVIEW on page 102.
Once we have finished Unit 9, we will begin a revision of PAST TENSES doing the exercises in Unit 8. Let's start revising some vocabulary concerning SPORT (Click on the link to have access to the digital book). You will do exercises 1-4 on page 84.
Some activities for you to do:
English in a Minute: How to say 'NO' politely (like a Brit) (BBC Learning English)
Learners' questions: 5 expressions with TAKE (BBC Learning English) >>> take for granted, take your hat off to someone, take something on the chin, take something out on someone, take someone's breath away
A quizz on the Second Conditional (Hypothetical) (BBC Learning English)
Here's an interesting article about cybersecurity and your data on the web:
Coldplay - Everyday Life (Official Video)
- Episode 200812 / 12 August 2020 >>> The worldwide plastic problem - Language related to 'size'. Need-to-know language: scale, staggering, unimaginable, estimated & daunting.