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"Excuse me teacher, I need your help" Pragmatic competence and language learning

23rd - 25th October 2018

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Pragmatic competence is the ability to use language appropriately depending on the context of interaction. This webinar explores why it is important...


Researching the classroom

6th-7th November 2018

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In this webinar we will explore a 5-stage model of research to help us explore what is happening in our own classrooms and so make better-informed...

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Researching the classroom | Martyn Clarke

15 October 2018

In this OUP blog post from March 2017, we briefly described 5 key stages that we could usefully take when carrying out action research into what...

Learning and teaching pragmatics | Anna Krulatz

3 October 2018

Successful communication entails much more than following the rules of grammar, having a large lexicon, and speaking in a way that is intelligible to...

10 top tips to help you connect with your student’s parents

27 September 2018

Parents and carers sometimes can be difficult to deal with; they didn’t learn English like their children, none of the current digital tools...

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