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25 Alternatives to Reading Aloud Around the Class

17 January 2017

Philip Haines is originally from London, England but lives in Mexico City, where he has been working as a teacher and teacher trainer since moving...

Chinese New Year Activities for your EFL Classroom

12 January 2017

In recognition of the lunar new year on January 28th and to celebrate the Year of the Rooster, we’ve created some resources for your language...

Extensive Reading and Language Learning

11 January 2017

Dr. Richard R. Day is a Professor at the Department of Second Language Studies, University of Hawaii. He has authored numerous publications,...

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25th or 26th January 2017


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Assessment in the Language Classroom

16th or 17th February 2017


Join us for a webinar with Tony Green who will be outlining different approaches to language assessment and considering how these contribute to the...

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24th - 26th March 2017


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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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