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Thoughts on teaching grammar: part four
I finished teaching the Focus On Grammar course I’d been doing one evening a week at IH London last night.
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If you ask me … the problem with opening gambits
Many moons ago, I enjoyed a brief and intense love affair with a book by Eric Keller and Sylvia Warner
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Phrasal verbs: myths and realities
Last year I was lucky enough to attend the PASE conference in Warsaw, where I saw a locally based teacher,
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Yet more thoughts on teaching grammar
I’m now four weeks into the Focus on Grammar course I’m teaching at International House, London, which means only two
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ELT: In need of family therapy?
In my previous blogging incarnation on the CELT training site, I wrote about why lexical sets may be popular and
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Further thoughts on teaching grammar
Last week, I posted up a few thoughts I’d had on starting to teach (at IH London) a part-time, six-week
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Some reflections on the universal panacea
Last week I started teaching a six-week evening course at International House, London. For someone with such a keen interest
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Still cutting up cards! Activities for storing and retrieving chunks
We’re delighted to feature our very first guest post. At IATEFL Harrogate last year, one of the sessions we enjoyed
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Why teachers shouldn’t prefer blonde
I recently asked a couple of colleagues which word they thought was more frequent – arise or blonde. Almost immediately,
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Welcome to Lexical Lab
We were at a conference in Poland last year and a teacher we got talking to mentioned how excited he’d
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