17th July 2019
by Lee Mackenzie
“Reading for specifics and reading for detail is the same”, my co-tutor pleaded, taking a sip of her beer.
“I´m not sure I agree”, I replied, downing mine.
It was week three of a CELTA course. We were double-marking CELTA candidates&acut Read more
14th June 2019
Time doesn’t stand still for young learners’ education
Wendy Arnold MA in TEYL and Samuel Buol MA in TESOL
In spite of the well-documented security challenges in South Sudan since December 2013, the Ministry of General Education and Instruction (MGEI) started the implementation of their Eng Read more
29th April 2019
by Anna Hasper
Recently, I attended a fabulous conference with Jim Scrivener and in one of his talks he referred to a comment Michael Swan had made about language teaching: our job as language teachers is to teach language. Full stop.   Read more