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A View on Reading: a Skill for Life | Gustavo Gonzalez

3 April 2020

Why Reading? Reading is a skill that everybody should excel at. We need to read to interact, to agree, to disagree, to make decisions, to comprehend,...

Girls and Autism: Tips and Activities to Support Your Learners

2 April 2020

What is autism? You may or may not have taught individuals in your English language teaching classrooms with autism. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)...

Rigor, Routines and the Real (Global) Skills

24 March 2020

Advanced-level English language instruction focuses on helping adults achieve the language proficiency they need to transition out of their English...

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