I recently wrote a post outlining why I'm not a fan of using concept-checking questions – CCQs – when dealing
There aren’t many things that I think should be comprehensively banned from EFL classrooms, but the use of closed CCQs
Earlier this year I spoke at the very first International Language Symposium in Brno, the second-biggest city in the Czech
Today's post follows on from another recent post that looked at some of the so-called false assumptions that supposedly lie
It happens to me almost every time I'm in Russia. In fact, it's happened so many times now that I've
This week I thought I would take a break from the grammar series (to be continued!) and pick up on
We live in troubled times. We're living through an age in which immigrants are routinely scapegoated and blamed for all
Exceptions – it’s not you, it’s me. A lot of grammar nonsense comes from labels that we use and that
Today we're proud to present a guest post from Bruno Leys, who works at VIVES University College, Bruges, Belgium. Bruno
One of the great delights of the annual IATEFL conference is seeing young teachers find their own voices and deliver