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New interactive exercises at Lingva English Cafe: News Verb Forms

Lingva B2.a students took it very seriously when told to do the English multimedia project called News Verb Forms. They were first instructed to read the latest news stories on various topics on the website https://www.wikinews.org/, and summarize them orally for their classmates. The second step of the assignment involved creating verb form gap-fill exercises using the interactive Hot Potatoes authoring tools, and the final one was to do their classmates’ exercises, practicing use of verb forms both in the stage of creating as well as in that of doing the exercises. Although at first the teacher thought that students would not like to do more than one additional peer-created exercise, Sofija Belušević, Teodora Beljić, Iva Obućina, Jelena Perić, Filip Petrović, Kalina Petrovic, Uroš Uverić, pleasantly suprised her by asking to do all five exercises; what is more, the fast finishers even did some of the similar last year’s activities done by former Lingva students.

News Verb Forms: Fan Expo Canada 2019 by Uroš Uveric
News Verb Forms: Toronto’s Anime North 2019 by Jelena Peric
News Verb Forms: US study finds correlation between youth suicide, household gun ownership by Kalina Petrovic
News Verb Forms: Millions don’t turn up to ‘storm’ US airbase for extraterrestrial evidence by Teodora Beljic
News Verb Forms: Students compete in second international Neurosurgery Olympiad in Tyumen, Russia by Sofija Belusevic

New Multimedia Presentations by Gorenje Students in the 10th cycle of English Courses

As in the previous years, a large number of higher-level course students from Gorenje made a special effort in their English language learning by taking part in multimedia projects. They created slide presentations on various business and technical topics, held them before colleagues in their groups, and finally took part in the assessment and follow-up discussion. In this way they additionally developed all language skills and enhanced their communicative skills and confidence about public speaking. Here are some of their presentations which have been published on our web site www.lingva.com/cafe :

Business Plan by Svetlana Andrić

Business Plan by Lucija Sredojević

Business Plan by Violeta Rakić

Business Plan by Ivana Stanojević

Valjevo as a Tourist Centre by Marko Grbić

Valjevo as a Tourist Centre by Olivera Erić

Hovercraft by Nenad Leontijević

Cooling System by Slađana Golubović

Renewable Energy Sources by Slavko Marjanović

Globalisation by Biljana Mihajlović

Globalisation by Vladimir Perić

Globalisation by Milovan Arsenijević

Globalisation by Ivan Jakovljević

Globalisation by Dejan Gligorić

NEW CAMBRIDGE CAE & FCE CERTIFICATES FOR LINGVA STUDENTS

Long-awaited internationally recognized Cambridge Certificates have gone into the right hands! Hardworking and versatile students Jelisaveta Maksimović, who was awarded a CAE Certificate, as well as Anđela Lazić and Tina Mijatović (FCE Certificates), have invested a lot of time and effort into English language learning and now they can reap the rewards of their success. Anđela and Tina are following in Jelisaveta’s footsteps, doing another higher, C1-level course at Lingva, which will enable them to take the CAE examination in December this year. The extraordinary results of these diligent girls have given us fresh and strong impetus to provide even better teaching and learning resources at Lingva.

28th Lingva Inhouse Workshop: “Lingva Teaching Sparkles 4“

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Multimedia Projects by Lingva Students from Gorenje 2017/2018

Aware of the particular benefits of multimedia English projects for their needs in terms of developing communicative skills and boosting confidence for public speaking, hardworking students from Gorenje d.o.o. company readily took part in all the stages of their execution, from briefing, gathering, selecting and synthesising information to creating and editing, and finally giving oral presentations followed by feedback/evaluation.

English teaching/learning based on multimedia project work has been used in Lingva since the very start of school operation because of the exceptional value this approach adds to language acquisition through increased motivation, cooperation, learner autonomy, the balance between the process and product of learning, and feeling of fulfillment.
Here are new engaging multimedia English projects done by Gorenje d.o.o. students, which have been published on our web site https://lingva.com/cafe/ :

Holidays by Predrag Kojić and Zoran Kojić
Holidays by Nataša Gajić and Mirko Jovanović
Holidays by Gorica Spasojević, Milan Uljarević and Aleksandar Jovanović
Marketing Brief by Dragana Ivković and Verica Obradović
Marketing Brief by Biljana Mihajlović and Danica Đurišić
VA 3D Print Studio by Vladan Krstić
Purchasing Now and Forever by Ana Milosavljevic
Purchasing Now and Forever by Aleksandar Beljic
Purchasing Now and Forever by Ivana Nikolovski
The Evolution of Tennis by Dejan Gligorić
Materials Processing by Vladimir Perić
The Evolution of Clothing by Ivan Jakovljević
Best of the Best: Thessaloniki by Svetlana and Marijan
A Website Proposal by Milutin Djurisic
A Website Proposal by Jasmina Jelenić and Marina Lukić
A website proposal by Valentina Bogdanović and Marija Matić
The Best Phone by Aleksandar Aksentijević and Milan Pavlović
The Best Summer Destination by Nenad Leontijević and Aleksandar Nikolić
The Best Car by Ivan Mijailović and Nikola Malešević
Saint Petersburrg by Ivan Petrovic, Milan Paunovic and Zlatko Krstic
Lingva Web Thistle Newsletter No.7 by Ivana Nikolovski, Ana Milosavljević and Aleksandar Beljić

NEW ISSUE OF LINGVA STUDENTS’ MAGAZINE

Lingva students from Gorenje at C1.a level have shared some interesting news with us in the latest issue of Lingva Web Thistle. Ivana, Ana and Aleksandar are reporting about their Business English course at Lingva, a burning issue connected with air pollution in Valjevo, Serbian tourism impact on the world media and an interesting development in the business of cider production.

Course Enrolment Starts at Lingva!

At Lingva you will never get stuck for words!

Spring courses of English and German
February – May 2018
Preparation for Cambridge, IELTS, TOEFL and Goethe exams
Preparation for university language studies
– Discounts for advance payment and family members
– 20% discount on Cambridge exams
Enrollment : up to 3 February 2018

Discount on Cambridge Exams Again!

In 2018 too, Lingva will provide a 20 % discount on the price of international Cambridge exams (KET PET, FCE, CAE, CPE, BEC, TKT, DELTA).

For FCE exam, instead of RSD 19,900 you pay 15,900
For CAE exam, instead of 20,900 you pay 16.700

LINGVA is a Cambridge English Exam Preparation Centre and Tier-one British Council Exam Centre Partner, through its membership of YALS Association of Language Schools of Serbia.

CREATIVE CENTRE PRIZES OFFICIALLY AWARDED TO LINGVA VALJEVO

New Year and Christmas holidays were made more enjoyable for Lingva teachers by Creative Centre representative Mr. Dejan Begović and Parents’ Guide TV programme crew. The ocassion was the offical award of the Creative Centre prizes to LINGVA school in Valjevo for the best scenography of the Frozen Again story by teacher Marija Matić Grujić, in the “Telling LEGO® Fairy Tales“ competition. This valuable recognition will certainly provide additional incentive for Lingva teachers to continue with creative use of this popular resource in foreign language teaching and learning.

New Activities on Lingva English Cafe: NEWS STORY TENSES

Once again we learned how precious multimedia resource sharing is in learning English. In our latest English language activity titled News Story Tenses we used Wikinews website both to learn what’s going on in the world and to brush up on our use of English tenses. We have found out that Saudi women will finally be allowed to drive, how the US-based taxi booking company Uber was too relaxed about London transport regulations, that Star Trek enthusiasts can enjoy a new series after 12 years, and about different approaches of Facebook and Russia to the protection of personal data. In the process, we practiced all four language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening, and as a result we created interactive grammar exercises focusing on tenses for everybody who is interested to have a try.

SAUDI ARABIA TO ALLOW WOMEN TO DRIVE by Anja Prokić
UBER IN LONDON by Jelisaveta Maksimović
NEW STAR TREK SERIES by Uroš Jovanović
RUSSIA Vs. FACEBOOK by Sofija Ranković