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Food for Thought – Schools for Tomorrow

Mr. Byrne’s latest blog post is titled

Article: Teaching Multi-Level Classes

Multi-level classrooms are as varied as the students in them. Most often, they include students who communicate in English at a variety of different levels. They may also be considered multi-level because they include students with different types of learning backgrounds, such as those who have learned orally and those who have learned mainly from a textbook. [Read more…]

Share Your Slides, Get Feedback

Mr. Byrne’s latest blog post is titled “Reel App – Share Your Slides and Get Feedback Online”.

Mr. Byrne says, “Reel App

Making Students Read

The latest ‘English With Jennifer’ blog post is titled “Reflecting on How We Ask Students to Read”.

Jennifer says, “Recent consultations on lesson planning have encouraged me to reflect on all the ways we can use texts in the classroom. I

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David Petrie’s latest blog post is titled “Online Teaching Resource: Pearson Longman Exams Place”.

Petrie says, “An email from my friendly local publishers

Collaborative Online Video Editor

Mr. Byrne’s latest blog post is titled “We Video – Collaborative Online Video Editor”.

Mr. Byrne says, “For the last two months since my favorite online video editing service

Honing Students

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ELTWeekly Issue#99

ELTWeekly Issue#99 has been released.

ELTWeekly Issue#99 Contents

Article: Teaching Small Classes

Most teachers would agree that teaching a small class comes with many benefits. Teachers can offer one-on-one assistance at times and are more likely to meet the individual needs of their students. Some teachers, however, find it quite challenging to keep their students interested and excited about learning in a small class. [Read more…]

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Teaching English Tips

Shelley Vernon’s latest article is titled

Book: The Cambridge Guide to Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

This important book, with 32 chapters by leading figures in the field, is an up-to-date guide to the central areas of applied linguistics and language studies with particular reference to TESOL. It looks at the current state of TESOL as well as at what is likely to happen in the future. [Read more…]