Live English Class – Education

Live English Class Education

Check out this Live English Class on Education. Select an option below to start speaking about Education with a Native English teacher. We also have FREE English Vocabulary Classes for students to get started. Click here to try a FREE Vocabulary Class



In this Live English Class we will practice:

– Speaking about education

– Expressing opinions on why education is important

– Exploring why some people learn in different ways

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The article for this class discusses learning without shoes:

“Researchers at the University of Bournemouth found that pupils who leave their shoes outside the classroom are more likely to arrive to school earlier, leave later and read more widely – ultimately resulting in better academic achievement overall.” 

In discussing the article and during the class you will learn lots of great vocabulary. Click here for the FREE Vocabulary Class

These words include:

Student – The person that learns in the class.
Teacher – The person that leads the class.
Instructor – Another word for teacher.
Undergraduate – A student who has not yet earned their degree.
Dean – A person in charge of a department of a school.
Graduate – Someone who has completed their time at school.
Headteacher – The most senior teacher at a primary school.
Lecturer – Another word for instructor.
Pupil – Another word for student.
Certificate – A document that shows expertise.
Degree – A qualification from a university or college.
BA – Bachelor of Arts
MA – Master of Arts
B.Sc. – Bachelor of Science
M.Sc. – Master of Science
Ph.D. – Doctorate Degree
Diploma – A certificate given by a school or establishment.
Examination – The extended version of “exam”.
To pass an exam  To succeed in an exam.
To take / Sit an exam – To complete an exam.
To retake an exam – To take an exam again.
To revise – To go back and relearn facts or figures.
To study – To look back at notes or facts to prepare for a test.
Test – An examination of knowledge.
To learn something by heart – To memorise something.
Mature student – An older student at a formal institution.
Public schools – Exclusive but independent schools (UK)
State schools – Government funded schools.
Distance learning – Learning over the internet.

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