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Oxford English Language Teaching (ELT) offers a variety of learning resources ranging from young and early learners to working adults. They are paired with a series of workbook, readers, and online materials in line with the advancement of technology. The full catalog is available here.

Are Your Students 21st Century Ready?

Globalization has helped to close the gap between citizens from all around the world. As a result, youngsters growing up in the current period are exposed to an unprecedented amount of knowledge and new technologies. Both parents and schools must ensure that their children are well-equipped and prepared to succeed in the competitive twenty-first century. Oxford Discover 2E focuses on producing internationally oriented pupils who, as they mature, will assist to create a better and more peaceful world by highlighting crucial 21st Century Skills such as critical thinking, communication, teamwork, and creativity.

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How can I find out my student's CEFR level?

Taking a well-designed standardised test is the best approach to determine your student's CEFR level. The Oxford Placement Test, which has helped millions of students choose the proper class, can swiftly and easily assess your students' English ability. It is automatically marked and provides accurate, dependable, and immediate results, allowing you to be certain that students are placed in the appropriate class for their language level. Students can take the test in class or at home because it is entirely online. Teachers and students may follow clear directions that walk them through every step of taking the test remotely.

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What is CEFR?

The CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) is the international standard for language teaching and learning. It was released in 2001. It's a framework for explaining language acquisition, teaching, and evaluation that's used all across the world. At six levels of competency, the CEFR gives thorough descriptions of what foreign or second language learners can perform in terms of hearing, speaking, reading, and writing.

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