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    Teaching CPE

    I have a one to one CPE course starting next week but have never taught it before. Lessons are 45 mins long - anybody any ideas? The only textbook I have available to me is, 'How To Succeed In CPE"

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    Re: Teaching CPE

    There's quite a lot of stuff on onestopenglish.com. You need to be a subscriber to access most of it, but the FCE lessons, which were written by me and can be adapted to CPE, are still available for free (what, they didn't think my lessons are worth paying for???)

    Onestopenglish | Cambridge ESOL exams

    I also googled Cambridge Proficiency Worksheets, and was honestly surprised that the top result was on my own blog:

    TEFLtastic Cambridge Proficiency (CPE) Gap fill video worksheet- Friends Series 6 Episode 2

    Most of the other video worksheets should be useable and useful with CPE classes too

    Hope that helps

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