One of the curiosities of the dominant grammar syllabus at low levels is that certain 'higher-level' grammar does occasionally creep
It’s been quite a while since we last published a post in this particular series. Writing both a Beginner-level book
In the first post on tackling the taboo that surrounds using any form of translation in the language classroom, I
As a native speaker teacher working in a multi-lingual teaching context in the UK, I am perhaps an unlikely convert
English Language Teaching loves a good acronym. There’s ELT to begin with and then, of course, there’s EFL - English
Eclectic or just confused? As teachers, we’re often told that we’re now living in a post-method world and that we
In this post, I shall be proposing that an exploration of the positioning of writers within texts, coupled with an
As someone who spends a fair amount of time meeting and working with teachers in different contexts, I get asked
In this post, I'm going to look at how I would use the material from Outcomes Intermediate that I mentioned
I recently wrote a post outlining why I'm not a fan of using concept-checking questions – CCQs – when dealing