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Leonardo Thompson

Proficiency Masterclass 2013


Proficiency Masterclass will motivate students and help them to achieve more sophisticated, natural and accurate use of English. It has been fully revised to cover all the new task types for the Proficiency (CPE) 2013 exam.




Proficiency Masterclass 2013



Creative Emporium - your official merchandise supplier(01 Mar 2013)Our staff can now access a convenient central online system to source, find and enquire about promotional merchandise.


Life Sciences graduate to compete in rowing World Cup(01 Mar 2013)Manchester graduate Graeme Thomas has been selected for the 2013 World Rowing Cup in Sydney, home of the 2000 Olympic Games.


Last chance to vote for us to win Richard Wentworth for Museums at Night 2013!(04 Mar 2013)In Manchester, a city-wide partnership of museums and galleries is hoping to work with Richard Wentworth, who has played a leading role in New British Sculpture since the end of the 70s.


Are you interested in hearing about what else the President does?(05 Mar 2013)The University College for Interdisciplinary Learning presents a lecture by the President on her latest research on 14 March.


Psychological knowledge sessions in Wellbeing Week(05 Mar 2013)Be Calm/Be Healthy: relax, focus on your mental wellbeing and achieve a happier and more positive state of mind.


'Design and Thinking' movie screening(06 Mar 2013)The Design and Technology PGCE team (School of Education) will host the screening of 'Design and Thinking' - a film documentary - on 19 March 2013.


Feeling stressed? Try an alternative approach to stress management(06 Mar 2013)If you're feeling stressed or your productivity levels are low, then try this one-off Kundalini yoga workshop on 13 March.


Manchester wins Richard Wentworth for Museums at Night 2013!(06 Mar 2013)A big thank you to everyone who voted for The Manchester Museum, Whitworth Art Gallery and Manchester Art Gallery to win Richard during the weekend of 16-18 May.


Social Responsibility and Volunteer of the Year Awards 2013(07 Mar 2013)Nominate members of staff, students or alumni by Friday, 8 March - each winner will receive a cash prize for their community organisation.


Social Enterprise Competition Workshop hosted by UMI3 Ltd(07 Mar 2013)UMI3 Ltd would like to invite you to the Social Enterprise Competition Workshop on Tuesday, 19 March (8.45am to 1pm) in the Innovation Centre, Grafton Street.


Thank you for sharing your views on our social responsibility work(11 Mar 2013)Director of Social Responsibility, Julian Skyrme, thanks staff for their contribution towards shaping the University's social responsibility strategy


Win a Kindle Fire with Simplyhealth(11 Mar 2013)Simplyhealth is visiting the University during Wellbeing Week and will be giving staff the chance to enter a free prize draw to win a Kindle Fire.


Statistics for University Administrators: short courses(11 Mar 2013)The University of Reading's Statistical Services Centre is running three short courses at Manchester in June.


Sensible health and safety management and what it means to Professor Ian Cotton(13 Mar 2013)The second in a series of short video interviews made specially for Wellbeing Week.


Huge funding boost for graphene Institute(13 Mar 2013)The University of Manchester has received confirmation of 23m of funding from the European Regional Development Fund towards the 61m National Graphene Institute.


IT systems now available(13 Mar 2013)As an update to the IT issues of this morning, IT Services are pleased to report that all systems and services are now back up and running and student printing is becoming available.


Make time for a lunch break and enjoy some tranquil relaxing music for free(13 Mar 2013)Wellbeing Concert: Walter Carroll Lunchtime Concert with Charles Blandy (tenor) and Rodney Lister (piano) on Thursday, 14 March (1.10pm) in The Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama.


Looping and Linking Herbarium tours(14 Mar 2013)Free events for adults on Saturday, 16 March (1.30-2.30pm), Wednesday, 17 April (11.30am-12.30pm) and Saturday, 11 May (1.30-2.30pm).


Urban health researcher holds book launch at Blackwells today(15 Mar 2013)James Higgerson, brilliant scientist at MUCH, launches his fiction book this evening at Blackwells: come along to celebrate his success at this free event at 7.30pm.


BBC talk: Sports Personality of the Year - safe management of a major event(15 Mar 2013)Presentation by Debbie Dubois, Production Executive for BBC Sport, on Wednesday, 20 March (3-4pm) in Theatre A, Coupland 3 Building.


Diploma in Management and Leadership level 5 (MS4)(15 Mar 2013)Interested? Come along to an information session on Wednesday, 10 April (12-12.30pm) at the Staff Training and Development Unit.


University TV Studio goes live(18 Mar 2013)TV and radio broadcasters are now able to conduct interviews live on air from our campus thanks to a new studio facility based in the Division of Communications and Marketing in the John Owens Building.


Student Support Forum: Jennie Blake, Learning Development Officer, AGLC(19 Mar 2013)Jennie Blake, Learning Development Officer at the Alan Gilbert Learning Commons will speak on Wednesday, 27 March (1pm-2pm and 2.15-3.15pm) in University Place, 5.204.


Feeling stressed? Learn to massage effectively(19 Mar 2013)Everyone enjoys relaxing with a nice massage, if it's done correctly: here's your chance to learn the technique of the professionals.


Funny for money: Red Nose Day antics on campus(21 Mar 2013)Colleagues from around the University went into a cake-baking, costume-wearing, sponge-flinging frenzy last Friday to raise funds for Comic Relief.


Using the University logo on communications and marketing materials(21 Mar 2013)The tab logo is now the preferred version of the University logo for print, Powerpoint presentations and websites.


PensionChoice: a different way to fund your USS or UMSS pension(21 Mar 2013)If you wish to sign up as a new participant or are already in the scheme and want to withdraw, you must do so by the renewal date on 1 April 2013.


British Election Study finds new home(21 Mar 2013)The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) have announced that the next British Election Study will be hosted by a consortium led by our University in collaboration with the Universities of Oxford and Nottingham.


Bravery award for armed robbery heroes(22 Mar 2013)Eleven University security officers have been honoured for their bravery after they helped apprehend a gunman who robbed a student.


Magic Carpet: Head, shoulders, knees & toes(22 Mar 2013)Free event for under fives and their families/carers on Friday, 29 March (10.30-11.30am and 11.30am-12.30pm) at The Manchester Museum.


Screening of 'Absolutely Fabulous' for Comic Relief(25 Mar 2013)Red Nose Day may well be on 15 March but, in the best Eddy and Patsy tradition, the School of Chemistry has decided to buck the trend and stand out from the crowd by hosting a lunchtime screening of Absolutely Fabulous: The Last Shout on Tuesday, 26 March at 12pm.


Environmental Sustainability joins the social networking party(25 Mar 2013)Keep up to date on Facebook and Twitter and send the ES team stories and photos of your sustainability successes on campus.


Second Staff Survey winner announced(25 Mar 2013)Bernice Hyman, who is a Bibliographical Assistant in the Joule Library, is the proud owner of an iPad, thanks to the Staff Survey 2013.


Enjoy Easter Sunday at Chancellors Hotel(26 Mar 2013)Treat yourself and your family or friends to a Sunday carvery lunch or a scrumptious VIP afternoon tea in a beautiful and relaxed setting.


Easter holidays - Breed: The British and their Dogs exhibition(26 Mar 2013)Free drop-in event for all ages on Monday, 1 to Friday, 12 April (11am-4pm) at The Manchester Museum.


Crucial Guide Live now searchable(27 Mar 2013)A much-used source of online student information and advice is now even easier to navigate, after a search function was introduced.


Labs shortlisted for sustainability awards(27 Mar 2013)The University has been nominated for four awards at the S-Lab Conference, which highlight best practice amongst key players in higher education, public sector and commercial laboratories.


Museum wins funding to better lives through volunteering(27 Mar 2013)Manchester Museum is celebrating a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant of 528,700 for a ground-breaking volunteer and learning programme, in partnership with Imperial War Museum North.


In the ELP there is information about the student's level of proficiency in a foreign language according to the European Framework of Reference. The ELP offers six common reference levels. These levels include lower and higher sublevels in three-level system. It consists of elementary, intermediate and advanced levels. The scheme of levels is constructed by the principle of branching. It begins with the division into three main levels - A, B and C. Besides the levels "can do" descriptors are used to define the learner's proficiency at each level (e.g. the set of competences and skills that the learner can demonstrate). 350c69d7ab


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