In the fifth instalment of the series, Jo Budden and Lindsay Clandfield delve into the world of young learners, sharing tips to help you manage your class and suggesting fun activities to try with your students.
Intermediate English Language Course. Practise your English with listening, reading and speaking exercises. Follow our two characters through London. In this unit John and Fiona are travelling from Heathrow into the centre of London.
In this Macmillan Life Skills lesson, students complete a questionnaire about life experiences and find out what their score means developing the following life skills: self-awareness and challenging stereotypes.
There are perceptions that native speakers of English make better English language teachers. Marek Kiczkowiak, winner of the British Council’s Teaching English blog award, argues that those perceptions need to change.
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