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When 'n' sounds like 'm'

When 'n' sounds like 'm'

01st September 2018

 Thanh Nguyen

Associate ELT-Consultant

 The letter ‘n’ represents the /n/ sound in English. It is sometimes called a ‘nasal’ sound. ‘Nasal’ is related to your nose. If you put your thumb and finger on the bridge of your nose you can feel some vibrat Read more

Mentoring as a Core Point in Teacher Training

Mentoring as a Core Point in Teacher Training

01st August 2018

By  Juana Sagaray & María T. Fernández: Associate ELT-Consultants

During July this year, Venezuelan teachers received our ELT-Consultants founders Wendy Arnold and Coralyn Bradshaw in an event to train more than 500 teachers around the country on how to be a good mentor. 

This activity, Read more

A Hong Kong Primary Production

A Hong Kong Primary Production

18th July 2018

 

By Jasmin Jamal: Associate Consultant

 

Enrichment Programme

In our primary school, children are encouraged to follow their passion in diverse

extra-curricular activities on Fridays. These include sports, music, drama, domestic sciences and technology.  The ann Read more

Reflections on the 2018 IATEFL conference in Brighton, UK

Reflections on the 2018 IATEFL conference in Brighton, UK

23rd April 2018

By Pete Sharma

Associate ELT-Consultant

 

Sitting on the train as it pulls out of the station, writing this blog post gives me a chance to reflect back on another amazing, exhilarating and exhausting IATEFL conference. This post describes my three favourite sessions, three conferenc Read more