Writing with Linquix

Photo by Suzy Hazelwood from Pexels As much as students are reading and writing today on the web, writing continues to be a challenge for many students, especially […]

How Do You Say.... in .... ?

English may be the lingua franca at the moment, but you will still find places around the world where English may not be spoken which […]

What's that Scent?

via GIPHY Undoubtedly, our sense of smell is both essential and powerful. A scent may transport you back to your childhood, happy, warm memories and […]

Speaking Up with SpeakPipe

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels There are different ways to record one's voice these days without necessarily resorting to the Web. Nevertheless, if a student is using a […]

Playing with Words to Overcome Writer's Block

Postpone that email. Postpone that summary. Postpone that assignment. Wait. That assignment's deadline is tomorrow. Another long night melts into dawn, dawn melts into a […]

Decision Making in Class

Photo by Engin Akyurt from Pexels Every new day brings along a range of new decisions to make. Some are pushed into our routines and become almost automatic; […]

Learning to read the world through other eyes

I’ve just come across this booklet as part of the reading on the PGCEi at the University of Nottingham. It’s a brilliant open access resource […]

An Infographic for Vocabulary

Photo by Miguel Constantin Montes from Pexels One question that I have always found difficult to answer as a teacher is "What method do you use to teach […]

Who is Your Hero?

There has always been good news, bad news, unsettling news, joyful news. Often, it is a question of perspective, outreach of consequences, how an event […]

Dialogue in ELT

I received some really interesting responses to my post on good working conditions in ELT – thanks for all the comments on Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. […]

What are good working conditions in ELT?

I’ve read a lot about poor pay and working conditions in ELT recently. Keith Copley’s recent article in ETPro touched upon some of the many […]

Writing and Reading with AI Assistance

How do you know whether the text you have selected for teaching or for assessment purposes really is at the level which students should be […]

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