Videos

  • Lindsay Clandfield - Part 4: Why aren’t they talking?
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    Why aren’t they talking?
    This is a common issue for language teachers not only in the online environment but also in face-to-face classes.
    Get some practical ideas on how to avoid this in the last episode from IN THE STUDIO. In this series of video tips, author Lindsay Clandfield shares his advice on how to keep your students engaged and focused.
    Watch the whole series of 4 episodes now!

     


  • Lindsay Clandfield - Two by two - Pairwork & STUDIO

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    Pairwork has become such a staple feature of English language teaching materials that it’s almost never questioned. And yet it’s consistently an area that can be problematic. This talk takes a fresh look at pairwork. I’ll share tips and tricks for successful pairwork, the best kinds of activities and examine times when it’s probably best to avoid pairwork. I’ll be focusing on pairwork in the face to face (and socially distanced) class, and especially in online classes as well. This talk will feature activities from our new course Studio, including its pairwork App.

  • Gavin Biggs - The garden myth, exploring creativity and storytellin for the classroom

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    Recent studies have shown that teachers are under more stress than ever before. Time is limited but reading for pleasure is essential to motivate language learning. Our students have brilliant minds, and in this talk we will look at examples to encourage imagination, critical thinking, creative writing and a joy of reading using a classroom-based readers series.

  • Interview with David Crystal
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    Professor David Crystal is widely acknowledged as the world’s foremost expert on the English language. He’s published over 100 books on English, among them the Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language, now in its third edition. Professor Crystal was a keynote speaker at the 2019 Better Learning Conference at Robinson College in Cambridge. Matthew Ellman caught up with him after his talk to ask about the changing nature of English and what it means for teachers – here are the highlights.