"Return to Form: A genre-based approach to FCE success"
Chiew Pang's insight:
How can a genre-based approach increase interest and connection with the topic? Teaching writing is important in providing a balance of skills, reinforcing accuracy and wider use of vocabulary. This session relates these ideas to Cambridge English: First (FCE) and also includes helpful test-taking strategies.
A collection of ELT publications available in pdf to download. Highlights include the ELT Research Papers series, the Innovations in ELT book series and resource packs for teachers. British Council publications are evidenced-based and address important issues facing ELT practitioners worldwide.
An interesting "competition" is currently happening in IH London where two teachers are teaching the same class using distinctive methodologies: Chia Suan represents the dogme corner while Varinder Unlu supports the coursebookers. Each lesson is meticulously reflected, and we can all benefit from "watching" these two great teachers at work.
If you're using Twitter, chances are that you are at least aware of hashtags, even if you don't use them. And if you do use them, no doubt, you've sometimes felt somewhat overwhelmed and confused. Part of the problem is it's a free-for-all concept. There's no official body to register hashtags and everyone can use any words as hashtags, and as many as they want...
In this first webinar, Paul Seligson, one of the most experienced and well-known teacher trainers in the field of English Language Teaching, shares ideas on how to work with pronunciation and intonation in the classroom.
Cambridge ESOL Teacher Support provides a wide range of teaching resources and information to support ESOL-qualified teachers. A free account gives access to ESOL-endorsed materials, user-submitted resources and our lively teacher community!