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If your students have at least five lessons of English per week, this course is for you. It’s got seven levels, including a Starter Book, and leads your students up to A2 level. It’s a course that my co-authors, G. Gerngross and Peter Lewis Jones, and I loved creating!Watch
Teens often find it a bit difficult to talk about themselves. Getting them to develop their own ground rules for the class can be a first step towards personalisation. It’s a topic that is very relevant, motivating and ‘safe’.Watch
Howard Gardner has shown that intelligence is not one unitary mental capability – we have different strengths and weaknesses, and we have different ways of thinking and being smart. Get your students to explore their own strengths!Watch
It’s not always easy to get students to be attentive listeners. One problem is that listening requires us to focus our attention, and not all of our students are good at that. In this vodcast, watch three examples of how we can help them.Watch
In predominantly monolingual classes, students often fall back into their mother tongue amidst a speaking activity. What can we do to change students’ attitudes and encourage them to use English more frequently?Watch
This is the first in a series of teaching tips for teenagers, and looks at advance organising techniques for leading into a text.Watch