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We asked Robin Walker, freelance teacher, teacher educator, and materials writer, to explore the key features he looks for in a good coursebook. This is the first article of a four part series.
Breathe new life into your coursebooks with these practical tips from Oxford ELT Consultant, Kolos Esztergályos.
Learn useful everyday English phrases at your own pace with our fun app.
Julie Moore tells us what's new about this level, and explains the video lectures and research essay project.
Do ESP teachers need to adopt a different approach for their classes of professionals such as doctors or nurses? And how can they adapt their teaching style to best suit the needs of these learners? Sam McCarter suggests some practical ways of bringing language to life for professionals.
It's never been easier to study on the go, now that English for Football, English for Fashion, and English for Aviation are available as e-books, with extra functionality!
Ever fancied writing for a publisher? Stephen Greene, co-author of the Cambridge English Proficiency Masterclass Teacher's Pack, shares his writing journey – and it wasn't always easy.
The new Cambridge English: Proficiency exam was introduced back in March 2013, but what do students think of it? John Potts, ELT teacher and author, shares the experiences of his current class.
Ever thought about becoming a freelancer? This is the first of a series of articles from two ELT professionals who have successfully done just that: Mike Hogan and Bethany Cagnol. Here, they share advice on surviving financially, getting organised, managing your online reputation and getting work.
Twitter has become one of the easiest ways to 'talk' to likeminded professionals in the ELT world. Discover how you can get started now with twitter chats.
Business English expert John Hughes shares his top tips for approaching a piece of text in Business English or ESP. Read his blog post, and watch a recording of his webinar on the same topic.
In these two interviews, Grant shares his thoughts on how to motivate and engage low-level students in order to help them pass an exam like the TOEIC.