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  • Received Pronunciation old and new
    David Crystal
    Anyone who has heard the Queen’s speeches, will recognise her distinctive British accent. This is RP – ‘Received Pronunciation’. The 2nd June marked the 67th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation. So it seem...
  • Νικήτρια του Βραβείου IELTS 2020!
      ΔΕΛΤΙΟ ΤΥΠΟΥ 20 Ιουλίου 2020 Το Βραβείο IELTS 2020 δόθηκε και φέτος για έκτη συνεχή χρονιά. To Βραβείο IELTS του British Council έχει σχεδιαστεί για να υποστηρίξει έναν σπουδαστή υψηλού επιπέδου που έχει κίνητρο ν...
  • 5 + 5 Tips on Extensive Reading in the Classroom
    Nora Nagy
    Classroom reading programmes involving  your whole class can be the simplest and most powerful initiatives you carry out in your English class. They work with all levels and number of participants, and are often a g...
  • Supporting every teacher: 3 mindfulness tips for teachers
    Kate Brierton
    We’ve experienced significant change to our daily lives across the world over the last weeks. One of these, is the move from face-to-face teaching in the classroom, to teaching online. Kate Brierton is a Chartered Cl...
  • Supporting every teacher: using a video conference platform for teaching online
    Carol Rainbow
    Carol Rainbow is an online tutor for The Consultants-E. She has been a teacher for over 40 years and has been teaching online since 2008. Carol shares advice on using video conference platforms for teaching online. I...
  • The Power of Stories
    Nora Nagy
    “Stories, great, flapping ribbons of shaped space-time, have been blowing and uncoiling around the universe since the beginning of time. And they have evolved. The weakest have died and the strongest have survived and th...
  • TEN TIPS FOR TEACHING WRITING (…PLUS A FEW BONUS ONES…)
    Nick Michelioudakis
    Let us be honest about it: given a choice between doing a writing activity or having a tooth pulled out without anesthesia, most students would plump for the latter. Writing frequently features at the bottom of students’...
  • Using multisensory activities to adapt your coursebook for learners with SpLDs.
    Dr Anne Margaret Smith
    In 2016, two articles were published here relating to the workshop we ran on ‘Adapting your coursebook for learners with SpLDs’. The first of these articles outlined the main ideas that came out of it, including page lay...
  • Developing life skills through play
    Read the article Developing life skills through play