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  • TEACHER BURNOUT AND RECOVERY
    Lindsay Clandfield
    The dream and reality of becoming a teacher When I decided I wanted to become a teacher, I had big ideas about what my life would be like. I imagined myself and my students going on wonderful journeys of discovery into t...
  • Things Teachers Take for Granted – (and I’m not talking about a spouse) or Should Avoid Doing
    Sylvia Kar
      You’re teaching at the proficiency level, so of course, you take it for granted that they (your students) understand what you’re saying. Well, don’t! Half the time they may not understand anything. If they did, th...
  • Expert guidance on the new Proficiency Exam
    Megan Roderick
    The new format for the Cambridge English Proficiency exam introduced in March 2013 should not present any unforeseen problems for the teacher or student. Existing task types have either been modified slightly or changed...
  • Teaching communication skills
    Bob Dignen
    Business English teaching has come a long way from its early days of English for Specific purposes. It now encompasses professional skills such as negotiating and presenting, and aspects of intercultural competence,...
  • Teaching English to students with dyslexia
    Anne Margaret Smith
    Introduction Dyslexia is a difference in the brain develops which is found in around 8% of the population (European Dyslexia Association, 2013). It is often thought of as a difficulty with reading and spelling, but these...
  • Using story readers - Linking stories into teaching
    One of the most common and most effective ways of teaching English to children is through the use of topics and themes. These topics and themes may be part of the English syllabus or may cover a number of school subjects...
  • Books for English Children an Inspiration for Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
    Hanna Kryszewska
    Editorial This article was originally published in “Problemy Wczesnej Edukacji” Rok II 2006, Numer 2(4), ISSN 1734-1582, Polskie Towarzystwo Pedagogiczne, Poland, and then republished in Humanising Language Teaching...
  • Games
    Visit British Council site -Fun & Games - and you could find games for all tastes... games to help you practise your English and others just for fun. Play, enjoy and learn!   British Council Fun & Games
  • Put Yourself In Their Shoes - Teaching vocabulary in the Senior ABC class
    Olivia Johnston
    Which of these words do you recognize:    borage, bugloss, ragwort, teasel, tutsan?  If the answer is none, you shouldn’t feel a failure.  Most British adults probably wouldn’t know them either....