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Reading and Discovery Websites for Primary and Secondary Schools

Reading and Discovery Websites for Primary and Secondary Schools

Reading and Discovery Websites for Primary and Secondary Schools

Hello again, it’s Jon Green! It’s good to be back on the blog after a break.

Szkola z Klasa and British Council

This blog post is about ‘reading and discovery’ websites to inspire you and your students. It also comes immediately after my two workshops last week for Szkola z Klasa on the very same…

More than just a moustache?

More than just a moustache?

More than just a moustache?

Hello Everyone, I’m Jamie Cruse a.k.a a MoBro

As if there weren’t already enough reasons to grow a moustache,  Movember is here again!  If you haven’t heard about Movember, it’s a month-long event in which men (known as MoBros) grow and maintain moustaches for the benefit of men’s health charities.  MoBros aren’t just about raising money though.  By…

8 Fantastic Young Learner Listening Activities

8 Fantastic Young Learner Listening Activities

8 Fantastic Young Learner Listening Activities

Hello it’s James  Savery blogging again about some of my favourite ideas.   It was great to see some of you at my IATEFL Lublin presentation in September on CASPAR !

Today, I’d like to ask the question, ‘are you listening?’ or more accurately ‘are your students listening?’

I have noticed it is deceptively hard to…

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime

Hi, my name’s Helen Chapman and I’ve been teaching English for about six years.

In February this year, I started a course which has dramatically changed the way I teach all my classes but specifically Young Learners. This blog won’t give you all the details about the Special Educational Needs (SEN) teacher training course which you can find…

10 Tips to Improve your Pronunciation

10 Tips to Improve your Pronunciation

10 Tips to Improve your Pronunciation

Hi everyone, I’m Arron Trevor and I’ve been a teacher in Poland since 1995, and I’ve been at the British Council for fourteen years, during which time I’ve taught all ages and all levels. I’ve recently contributed an article on mistakes in English to Edulandia.pl

In this blog post, I’d like…