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Advising and Supporting Teachers. Chapter 1 9 Oct 2015
Training Foreign Language Teachers. Chapter 7 9 Oct 2015
Understanding and Following Directions (Locating Departments in a Store)

Understanding and Following Directions (Locating Departments in a Store) This is a member's only resource

Looking for a fresh way to help learners understand and follow directions? In this learner resource, students practise locating departments in a store.

Heather McKay and Abigail Tom 2 Jan 2014
Making Language Memorable

Making Language Memorable This is a member's only resource

What determines whether something gets stored in our long-term memory? Nick Bilbrough describes some of the factors that may be instrumental in making language ‘feel welcome’ in our ...

Nick Bilbrough 2 Jan 2014
Some Easy Spelling Mnemonics

Some Easy Spelling Mnemonics This is a member's only resource

English spelling is less predictable than the spelling of many other languages and provides a number of memory challenges to the learner. In this excerpt, learn some mnemonics to help learners ...

Nick Bilbrough 2 Jan 2014
Using Physical Activity to Make a Story Memorable

Using Physical Activity to Make a Story Memorable This is a member's only resource

This excerpt shows you how to use physical activity to make the language of a story memorable. The examples provided focus on the use of prepositions and past verb forms.

Nick Bilbrough 2 Jan 2014
Working Well in Groups

Working Well in Groups This is a member's only resource

In large multilevel classes, group work is a key element as it enables students to learn from one another. Group work, however, does not always come easily to the classroom. This excerpt offers ...

Natalie Hess 2 Jan 2014
Developing Group Summaries

Developing Group Summaries This is a member's only resource

Natalie Hess outlines the steps involved in getting learners to write group summaries and lists examples for when one needs summaries.

Natalie Hess 2 Jan 2014
11 Principles of Coping in Large Multi-Level Classes

11 Principles of Coping in Large Multi-Level Classes This is a member's only resource

Although the problems in large classes can be formidable, they are not insurmountable. There are ways of coping, as well as functional principles and strategies that can turn a struggle into a ...

Natalie Hess 2 Jan 2014
What Makes a Balanced Lesson?

What Makes a Balanced Lesson? This is a member's only resource

An effective lesson is a balanced one which blends different elements from various sources. This resource looks at how a teacher can build a balanced lesson.

Heather McKay and Abigail Tom 1 Jan 2014
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