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В современной коммуникативной методике преподавания английского языка (СКМПАЯ) активно используются термины, которые либо вообще не имеют эквивалентов в русском языке, либо их перевод является не совсем точным. В монографии А.Н Щукина [2] была предпринята попытка перевода многих терминов, но их отбор и перевод явно нуждаются в дополнительном внимании методистов и переводчиков. В данном словаре присутствуют ...

Our educational world is changing, and really fast. It is hence fair and even necessary to ask: Where do we go from here? As an experienced EFL teacher in Uruguay - a small, and, culturally speaking, European-minded South American country - and having taught for many years at all levels, I have seen my share of trends and ...

This issue’s five in a flash is all about songs. And why not? Using songs and chants as a pedagogical tool to teach children language is a natural and logical choice. Singing is a natural and popular medium for both parent and child and by the time children come to us in the second language ...

Delta: the stepping stone to management and teacher training? Delta: a long, hard slog, which breaks your teaching down completely, then builds you back up again taking your teaching to a whole different level? Delta: one of the most fruitful experiences of your life? Delta has many faces and everyone who does it has a completely different experience. ...

* Please note this article was written at the end of 2014. I’m writing this at the time of year when media sources start to compile their ‘best of’ lists.  Therefore, inspired by that theme, I bring you the three apps I have enjoyed most this year from an educational standpoint.  That is not to say ...

In the first article of this series, I focused on spoken language and storytelling, which I followed with my treatment of learner autonomy and metacognition in the second. For my third pairing, in this article, I will consider use of the text-driven approach and teaching of collocation. This is perhaps a less immediately obvious pairing, ...

In the past two weeks of my teacher training work, I’ve been asked several questions by teachers of all levels of experience: DELTA candidate:  How do I improve my definition of aims? CELTA candidate:  But what is the ‘receptive skills’ procedure? State School teacher on the IHCYLT course:  What do you mean by ‘assumptions’? State School teacher in a ...