Originally a cinematic movement that aimed to rescue film-making from its own excesses, Dogme's principles have now been applied to ELT. After all, write Luke Meddings and Scott Thornbury, it was in need of rescue.
Steve Higgins, Durham University and Robert Coe, Durham University What makes “great teaching”? It’s a complicated question, made more difficult by trying to measure how teachers make decisions in the classroom and what impact those decisions have on what pupils learn. In a new report for the Sutton Trust, we have tried to set out…
The fourth of our short series of posts from Jack Richards’ Key Issues in Language Teaching explores the idea of English language teaching as ‘skilled improvisation’. When one observes experienced teachers in their classrooms, one is struck by their apparent effortless management of the different dimensions of lessons. They may not need to refer to …
Two MOOC providers are promoting massive open online courses to prepare students for IELTS, one of the world's most popular English language tests and a common requirement for immigration and student visas in English-speaking countries.
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