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Many teachers treat teenagers and grammar like strong drinks: fine in moderation; dangerous in excessive quantities; potentially lethal if mixed. Indeed, it would be possible to form a support group for teachers recovering from harrowing experiences such as spending two weeks on auxiliaries only for the girl in the back row to repeat, ‘I no ...

To celebrate the launch of their new book, Teaching Online, Nicky Hockly and Lindsay Clandfield share their 5 favourite activities for teaching English online. We find that EFL teachers are increasingly expected to offer elements of their courses online, but very often are not sure where to start, or how to teach online. That´s why we ...

Reviewed by Philip Kerr Unsurprisingly, recent years have seen a spate of books for English language teachers that look at technological aspects of teaching and learning. These include the excellent How to Teach English with Technology (by Gavin Dudeney & Nicky Hockly), Blended Learning (by Pete Sharma & Barney Barrett), and The Internet and the Language ...

The type of teacher I am has changed over time.  And the type of teacher I have been working towards becoming has also changed over time. Initially, the dynamic and inspiring teacher trainers on my CELTA course were the goal, something to aim for long term. Then with my first few years came experienced colleagues, ...

Reviewed by Stefano Maraessa, IH Mexico City The Task-Based (TB from now on) approach has always intrigued me since I started my teaching career, therefore, when I was asked to review this book, I thought of it as an enormous opportunity to both deepen and further my understanding of the topic. And it did!  Rod Ellis' book ...

by Pete Gibson, IH Bristol Overview: “If you are going to write another coursebook for the English language, please try to do something a bit different.” …one of the quotes accompanying the new Global 6-level multi-media coursebook series from Macmillan. In many ways, Global has succeeded in meeting this anonymous teacher’s request. Written by a team of award-winning ...