Αγγλικά

  • 5 Steps to Better Parent Homework Involvement
    Nicole Whitehall
    This article was originally posted on the Oxford University Press English Language Teaching Global Blog (http://oupeltglobalblog.com/2012/06/28/5-steps-to-better-parent-homework-involvement/) by Nicole Whitehall, a ‘momm...
  • Self-esteem: the engine that drives learning
    Luke Prodromou
    A Definition   self-esteem:  the feeling that you are as good as other people and that you deserve respect and happiness. Before you read on, skim through the Quotations Box and tick the statements you like. Th...
  • Too Many Balls!?
    Jane Revell
    I am utterly bewildered and overwhelmed. I am struggling my way around the book exhibition at an ELT conference. What a bombardment of books! ‘How do teachers even begin to choose?’ I ask myself. A few years ago I had a...
  • The Global Languages of English…and Football!
    Andy Cowle
    I read a very interesting book a while a go called Bamboo Goalposts by Rowan Simons. It’s a true, unique and entertaining story about the author’s love of football, its universal appeal, and how - as a foreigner - he ove...
  • Stories in Senior ABC classes – for motivation and much more!
    Nick Beare
    Why stories? Everyone loves a good story – when you keep on turning the pages to find out what happens.  That’s why a strong storyline running all the way through a Senior ABC textbook is a powerful teaching tool, b...
  • Ground-breaking new texts reveal how to teach children to think
    Press release
    Teachers are trained to teach specific subjects to children but is there a first step that has been missed? Should teachers first be teaching children how to think?  Two new books from the respected author Herbert P...
  • Finding the perfect language examination for a student – on par to finding the perfect mate?
    Sylvia Kar
     It’s common knowledge that no two people are alike. This means we all have different likes, dislikes, tastes, abilities, biases, prejudices, and so on and so forth. If all this holds a grain of salt, then how can w...
  • The feel-good factor in the English Language classroom: why it’s important for your students’ brains! By Megan Roderick
    Recent developments in the field of neuroscience have, very satisfactorily in my view, confirmed certain tenets that have been current in the area of English Language teaching for some time now: namely, that a positive c...
  • Teaching imaginatively - By Jeanne Perrett
    Teaching imaginatively By Jeanne Perrett, BA Hons English Literature, RSA. TESOL Author, Teacher Trainer     ‘Imagination is more important than knowledge.’ Albert Einstein.  The most important th...