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5 Christmas Classroom Activities

4th December 2018


Back by popular demand! This webinar was a Christmas hit in 2017 and this year we’ll give teachers another chance to experience the festive fun.

5 More Christmas Classroom Activities

6th December 2018


Christmas is the most important and fun festival in the English-speaking world. Teaching Christmas content helps your students to deepen their...

10 Listening Activities for Songs

11th December 2018


Many Primary teachers complain that as students get older they become less willing to sing songs. Never mind! Songs are still a useful resource for...

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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...

Teaching young learners and teenagers English | Are we all on the same page?

5 November 2018

This presentation draws from my experience of working as an ELT teacher, teacher educator and researcher in relatively underprivileged contexts in...

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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'

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