Exams and Teenagers: Facing the Facts

For most teenage students, exams are stressful, tiring, dull and seemingly pointless. However, it’s fair to say that exams are an inescapable part of their, and their teachers’, lives. So, when life gives you lemons, students and teachers have no choice but to make lemonade. This practical session will examine how we can turn exam negatives into positives, helping our students not only to get excellent exam results but also to learn useful life skills and to remain fresh, keen and motivated learners of English.

Due to the overwhelming popularity of the Teach with Dave Masterclass, we are proud to introduce the opening event for Teach with Dave Season 2! Our very own Dave Spencer will be hosting a day for teachers of teenagers to expand on their knowledge and skills. 

26th April

10:00 UK Time 

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26th April

14:00 UK Time

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26th April

21:30pm UK Time

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About the Speaker

After studying languages at Oxford University, David Spencer trained to be a Secondary School teacher. He then moved to Spain where he has been living and teaching ever since.

He continues to teach teenage students every day in a school near Madrid. Dave began writing courses for Macmillan Education in 1994. His brand new series for teenagers is a multi-level course designed to prepare teenage students for exams and life after school. Dave has given talks to teachers in twenty-eight countries and is active on social media.