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Fun with Phonics | Charlotte Rance | OUP

21 November 2018

If I asked you what the hardest part of learning English was, how many of you would point out the relationship (or seeming lack of a relationship)...

How to understand and teach adolescents effectively | OUP

16 November 2018

Do you remember when you were a teenager, arguing with your parents, thinking that adults ‘just don’t get it’! It’s a typical behaviour, it’s a stage...

25 ways of randomly placing students into pairs or groups

13 November 2018

There are many benefits to getting students to work in pairs and groups. These range from giving students more speaking opportunities to creating...

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