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This is presumably desirable if the students' only objective is to obtain a formal qualification; but would seem to be less justified for students whose objective is to learn to use the language effectively.   
 
This is presumably desirable if the students' only objective is to obtain a formal qualification; but would seem to be less justified for students whose objective is to learn to use the language effectively.   
 
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*[[Scanning]]
 
*[[Self study]]
 
*[[Skimming]]
 
*[[Washback effect]]
 
  
 
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Revision as of 18:30, 28 November 2019

Exam techniques are, unsurprisingly, techniques which help students to pass exams. If students are studying for exams such as the University of Cambridge ESOL exams then a significant amount of class time may be taken up with studying and practising these techniques.

This is presumably desirable if the students' only objective is to obtain a formal qualification; but would seem to be less justified for students whose objective is to learn to use the language effectively.

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