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Do you speak 2019? Aspects of Contemporary English

22nd - 26th February 2019


Today, the English Language is changing and evolving at an unprecedented rate and new words and usages are being coined all the time. This session...

Helping learners build core vocabulary: the new Oxford word lists

26th February 2019


Help your students to build core vocabulary in English with the newly revised Oxford word lists. Julie Moore will introduce you to the new Oxford...

ELTOC 2019

1st - 2nd March 2019


What if every teacher around the world could attend the same event? On 1st-2nd March 2019, sixteen ELT experts from across the globe are coming...

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Where there is well-being… there will be learning

22 February 2019

Being a language teacher is not an easy job… I know that now. But, and I’m a little embarrassed to admit this, when I first started out as a...

Teaching English to Preparatory Year Programme (PYP) students

19 February 2019

To be successful at university, students in Preparatory Year Programmes need to improve their language skills in a fairly short amount of time. At a...

Developing listening skills with storytelling | Gareth Davies

15 February 2019

Storytelling in ELT is often seen as the preserve of the young learner teacher. Telling a story with lots of repetition, noises, and action is...

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Business English dictionaries: do we need them?

How specialist English dictionaries can be helpful for both teachers and students.

CEFR in Primary

The CEFR is learner centred, promotes learner autonomy, and places an emphasis on self-assessment and the concept of life long learning.

The Common European Framework: 'For' and 'Against'

Read the summary of the points raised at the recent ELT Journal/IATEFL Debate.

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