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8th - 9th April 2020
Join Charlotte Murphy, teacher trainer for OUP, for a guided tour on how to use our digital resources, to deliver online lessons. Oxford Learners...
15th April 2020
Taking your first steps into teaching live online. With the world on the verge of a global pandemic and many countries closing public institutions,...
16th April 2020
Getting ready for your first online lesson. In the second webinar about live online teaching we move from looking at the equipment needed to how...
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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,...
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)...
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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How specialist English dictionaries can be helpful for both teachers and students.
The CEFR is learner centred, promotes learner autonomy, and places an emphasis on self-assessment and the concept of life long learning.
Read the summary of the points raised at the recent ELT Journal/IATEFL Debate.