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Homework – Ten Tips (Consultant)

Homework – Ten Tips (Consultant) This is a member's only resource

Penny Ur, your Consultant for Classroom Practice, is discussing the topic of homework this week and has shared 10 tips for you to use with your learners. When you've finished, ask questions ...

Penny Ur 1 Jun 2015
The Advanced-Level Syllabus: Grammar, Fluency, Noticing

The Advanced-Level Syllabus: Grammar, Fluency, Noticing This is a registered user's only resource

What is the ‘advanced level’ and what should an advanced-level syllabus include? Michael McCarthy and Jeanne McCarten suggest an advanced-level syllabus should not just include more ...

Jeanne McCarten, Michael McCarthy 7 Nov 2014
The fundamentals of Crtitical Thinking: what does it involve and why is it important?

The fundamentals of Crtitical Thinking: what does it involve and why is it important? This is a registered user's only resource

Critical Thinking skills are necessary for English for Academic Purposes but are also important transferable skills which can be used in general language classes as well as in everyday life. ...

Carolyn Westbrook 28 Jan 2014
Anderson's revised version of Bloom's Taxonomy (Anderson and Krathwohl, 2001) and LOTS and HOTS

Anderson's revised version of Bloom's Taxonomy (Anderson and Krathwohl, 2001) and LOTS and HOTS This is a registered user's only resource

This teaching task aims to introduce Bloom's taxonomy and Anderson's revised taxonomy, as well as Lower and Higher Order Thinking Skills; This task also raises an awareness of the action ...

Carolyn Westbrook 28 Jan 2014
What Does It Mean to Learn a Language? - Overview (Consultant)

What Does It Mean to Learn a Language? - Overview (Consultant) This is a registered user's only resource

How are second languages learned? What are some of the key ideas regarding second language learning, and how do these ideas translate into classroom methodology? Jack Richards, your Consultant ...

Jack Richards 9 Sep 2013
To Use or Not to Use the Students’ Own Language

To Use or Not to Use the Students’ Own Language This is a registered user's only resource

Should only English be used in the classroom? Silvana Richardson presents different views about the use of the students’ own language in the English language class and encourages teachers ...

Silvana Richardson 25 Jun 2013
What Should we be Teaching: British, American, or International English?

What Should we be Teaching: British, American, or International English? This is a member's only resource

Ian McMaster attended a workshop for business English teachers at the Volkshochschule (adult education institute) in Munich. This interesting article reflects on what type of English we should be ...

Ian McMaster 18 Apr 2012

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