THE FCE BLOG by Claudia Ceraso

Monday, August 14, 2006

First Certificate in English GUIDE

SITE MAP
Updated
16th July 2007


This is it. All the postings in this site so far arranged in relevant subheadings for your convenience.
Are blogs supposed to be read from the latest entry to the first? Actually blogs are the most flexible media unpublished writers have of expressing themselves. Blogs bring freshness into the picture. There are no hard and fast rules here. No dos and donts.
Novel written forms require novel ways of reading them. In this blog you may read my entries from beginning to end or, if you are a risk-taker, you may follow hyperlinks to external pages and take an active role in creating your reading pathways. Yet, as most of us are used to books and indexes here is a good old-fashioned content list.

Lost in the fceblog site?

Start here

Dear Student, Welcome to your FCE site on the Web...

Let me introduce myself

Are you a Teacher?

The FCE Blog - A Tutor Blog

Disclaimer & Acknowledgements

Link Policy

Privacy

If you would like to participate, please read:

Site Rules: Posting Rules – Blog Manifesto

Did you miss a class? What to do?: Chat Rules

FCE Guest Map : Pin yourself to the fcebloggers map


About the FCE Examination

Basics

FCE EXAM What? When? How?


Sitting for the exam

Exam Conditions - Time Management

DOs and DON'Ts

Organising your Revision


Sample Papers

PAST PAPERS (complete tests)

Paper 2 ARTICLES

Paper 2 SHORT STORY

Paper 2 SET BOOK

Paper 4 LISTENING

Paper 5 ORAL INTERVIEW

Sample Answers

The Corpus Wiki

Word Count

Books

Background Reading Texts (2006)

Set Texts (2007)

Sherlock Holmes

Films
2001: A Space Odyssey

After the exam

Exam Results Online


Advanced English Resources

Speaking

Pronunciation Starter Pack

Sounds and Spelling

Pronunciation - Vowel Sounds


Grammar

English Grammar

Common Errors and Confusing Words

Phrasal Verbs

Vocabulary

Sports: Football

Breaking News: Online Newspapers

Reading Interviews and Online Magazines

Resources

Online Dictionaries

Audio Books

Getting Help

English Forums

Library Thing (our book forum)


Some Reflections

Learning to learn

701 Reasons to Study a Foreign Language

Thank You (2006 students)

My FCE Class (2007 students)

That's all for now, but we keep updating this list on a monthly basis.

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I wonder: Which are your favourite links on this site?

Would like other postings? Drop your comment here or let me know by email.

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1 Comments:

  • Well...I'm a regular reader of all the news papers, I love Road to Grammar, great help Answers.com and Wordreference.com. Love the chat and the map!
    Bye!
    Gilda.

    By Anonymous Gilda, At 2:12 pm  

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