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  • Global Competence in ELT #2: Using an image
    Ben Goldstein
    In the first post of this series, introducing the concept of global competence, we established the central ideas behind it and why these are important when designing tasks with a cultural component. This post looks at a...
  • Global Competence in ELT #1: An Introduction
    Ben Goldstein
      Despite globalization, culture in an ELT context is still very often seen as static and essentialist. English is very often associated with a particular country and its accompanying cultural practices (e.g. aft...
  • Teaching Very Young Learners
    Άννα Καρανικόλα
    Η Young Learner Expert  Άννα Καρανικόλα απάντησε στις ερωτήσεις του Teacherries  σχετικά με τη διδασκαλία ξένων γλωσσών σε παιδιά προσχολικής ηλικίας. Είναι, κατά τη γνώμη σου, σημαντικό να ξεκινά η εκμάθηση ξέ...
  • Georgios Kormpas interviews Luciana de Oliveira, Plenary Speaker at the 40th Annual International Convention
    *This interview was first published in Issue 141 of the TESOL Greece Journal How can the 5 Ts of TESOL be used in different teaching contexts? The 5 Ts of TESOL as conceptualized for TESOL Greece’s 40th anniversary...
  • Steve Taylore-Knowles Interviews Malcolm Mann Plenary Speaker at the 40th Annual International TESOL Greece Convention
    *The interview was first published in Issue 141 of the TESOL Greece Journal The title of your plenary is ‘Transforming tradition’. What do you mean by ‘tradition’ in an ELT context? Any teacher coming into the world of E...
  • Pronunciation Teaching: The Myths and the Magic
    Mark Hancock
    Language teachers are often afraid of teaching pronunciation, but not always for good reasons. People think pronunciation teaching is the same thing accent training, about getting rid of an ugly accent and replacing it w...
  • Despite challenges, teachers would do it all again ~ Cambridge University Press announces the results of the biggest ever teaching survey ~
    In its widest-ranging teacher-related research study to date, Cambridge University Press has found that 69 per cent of global teachers would still choose the profession if they were given the chance to start their career...
  • Developing Global Citizens – the Changing Face of the English Language Classroom
    Alex Warren, National Geographic Learning Teacher Trainer
    The English language classroom is changing. It is no longer the place where we just teach grammar, vocabulary and how to read, write, speak and listen in English. Yes, we still do all those things but the role of the lan...
  • ‘How to move from rules to reasons’ by Danny Norrington-Davies
    Danny Norrington-Davies
    In this article I will outline an alternative way of teaching grammar and argue that students should be encouraged to explore reasons rather than rules. I will suggest how you can start doing this by sharing tips and tec...