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The Certificate in Advanced English (CAE1) Syllabus Materials: Advanced GOLD Coursebook, R. Acklam with S.

. Burgess, Longman Unit 1-4 What a spectacle! What a spectacle! What a spectacle! It takes all sorts It takes all sorts It takes all sorts The root of all evil ? The root of all evil ? The root of all evil? The universal migraine The universal migraine The universal migraine Final credit test, Credits Reading comprehension, Deducing from context Grammar Plus: verb patterns Listening comprehension, Word Formation English in Use Listening, Grammar Check Writing: Drafting, Story telling Listening, Vocabulary Reading: multiple matching Words with similar meaning Speaking, Grammar plus, English in Use Listening, Modals Writing: information sheet, Exam focus Listening, Expressions with carry Reading Verb tenses, Speaking Vocabulary English in Use, Articles Writing: informal/formal letter Speaking, Gerund v. infinitive Vocabulary: similes, Reading Speaking, Listening Modals English in Use, Noun Collocations with of Listening, Writing: notes/messages

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Requirements:

Students are expected to attend classes, work actively during lessons and prepare independently their home assignments, including essays. They are due to take the final credit test and get at least 60% of total points. Other requirements will be specified in detail by the teacher during the first lesson of the term. The teacher is allowed to supplement or change their requirements or programme of the lessons according to the level of the group.

The Certificate in Advanced English (CAE2) Syllabus Materials: Advanced GOLD Coursebook, R. Acklam with S. Burgess, Longman Unit 5-8 Where will it end? Where will it end? Where will it end? The sporting life The sporting life The sporting life The ties that bind us The ties that bind us The ties that bind us As luck would have it As luck would have it As luck would have it Final credit test, Credits Listening, Speaking Writing: review Grammar check: conditionals Vocabulary: science and medicine, Reading Coditionals, Vocabulary Grammar check, Exam focus Listening and reading comprehension Grammar: Future Vocabulary, Speaking: Problem solving task Word formation Writing: Formal letter, Speaking practicing English in Use: Register transfer Speaking: Family dynamics Listening and reading comprehension Grammar: Substitution, Ellipsis, Conditionals Commonly confused words Writing: Leaflet, Speaking practicing English in Use Reading comprehension Grammar: Verb patterns Synonyms, Listening comprehension Word formation Speaking: Comparing and contrasting Writing: Competition entry, English in Use

Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Requirements:

Students are expected to attend classes, work actively during lessons and prepare independently their home assignments, including essays. They are due to take the final credit test and get at least 60% of total points. Other requirements will be specified in detail by the teacher during the first lesson of the term. The teacher is allowed to supplement or change their requirements or programme of the lessons according to the level of the group.

The Certificate in Advanced English (CAE3) Syllabus Materials: Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Requirements: Students are expected to attend classes, work actively during lessons and prepare independently their home assignments, including essays. They are due to take the final credit test and get at least 60% of total points. Other requirements will be specified in detail by the teacher during the first lesson of the term. The teacher is allowed to supplement or change their requirements or programme of the lessons according to the level of the group. Advanced GOLD Coursebook, R. Acklam with S. Burgess, Longman Unit 9-12 Where theres a will ... Where theres a will ... Where theres a will ... The trials of technology The trials of technology The trials of technology Getting away from it all Getting away from it all Getting away from it all Mind over matter Mind over matter Mind over matter Final credit test, Credits Reading Expressions with make/get/keep/gain/resolve Grammar plus, Speaking Vocabulary English in Use, Writing: report Listening Reading: gapped text, Vocabulary Grammar Plus Listening, English in Use Grammar Check: comparisons Listening: Cyber dating, English in Use Exam Focus: writing, Vocabulary Speaking: Agreeing to disagree Listening comprehension Reading comprehension, Vocabulary Grammar: Relative clauses Writing: Brochure, Grammar: Linking words Reading comprehension Reading comprehension, Vocabulary Grammar: Emphasis with inversion Speaking practicing, Grammar: Questions Vocabulary: Sound and light Writing: Article, English in Use Speaking: Memory

The Certificate in Advanced English (CAE4) Syllabus Materials: Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Week 13 Advanced GOLD Coursebook, R. Acklam with S. Burgess, Longman Unit 13-15 An interesting business An interesting business An interesting business Its only natural Its only natural Its only natural Its all in the past Its all in the past Its all in the past Units 1-5 Units 6-10 Units 11-15 Final Credit Test, Credits Grammar: Passives; Reading comprehension Speaking: Expressing uncertainty Grammar: Participle clauses; English in Use Vocabulary: Language of business English in Use; Writing: Job application Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs with up/down Listening comprehension; English in Use Reading comprehension Grammar: Reported speech; English in Use Vocabulary: Word and preposition Writing: Report; Listening comprehension Grammar: Countable/uncountable nouns Reading: gapped text Passives, Listening English in Use, Speaking Grammar Check, Vocabulary Exam Focus, Speaking Writing: overview Revision, Progress Check Revision, Progress Check Revision, Progress Check

Requirements: Students are expected to attend classes, work actively during lessons and prepare independently their home assignments, including essays. They are due to take the final credit test and get at least 60% of total points. Other requirements will be specified in detail by the teacher during the first lesson of the term. The teacher is allowed to supplement or change their requirements or programme of the lessons according to the level of the group.