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Social Media and the TEYL Teacher by Kylie Malinowska, IHWO Of great interest to YL teachers (or at least should be) is the growing number of great articles written about technology and ELT. If you’re anything like me though, it can be a bit of an overwhelming information overload, especially with the ever present feelings of ...

By Sandy Millin, IH Newcastle Starting your first teaching job can feel a little bit like being thrown in at the deep end. You have had a few weeks of training, with a few hours of classroom practice. Within your first two or three days of teaching, you’ve already doubled the amount of hours you’ve spent ...

By Shaun Wilden M-Learning is still very much in its infancy but as mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets get ever cheaper it is becoming a more and more viable option for use in and out of the classroom.  While many schools still actively discourage the use of phones in the classroom, the time ...

Reviewed by Siobhan Chapman, IH Prague CLIL, or Content and Language Integrated Learning, is the term used to describe an approach to language teaching whereby English (or another foreign language) is used to teach another curriculum subject. With CLIL, as the introduction to this book says, "language is used to learn as well as to communicate ...

Reviewed by Jose Tapia, IH Santander When you hear that Jeremy Harmer has published a new book it might feel like you have just hit the jackpot. But without sounding too biased, (though I must confess I have a few of his books), I am sure that Essential Teacher Knowledge will find a good number of ...