My name’s Anthony Gaughan and I work as an English Language Teacher and Teacher-Trainer in Hamburg, Germany. I started working in ELT in 1995 and have mostly worked in the UK and Germany, with short trips to Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovakia. I am especially interested in unplugged approaches such as DOGME ELT as well as use of technology
...the best option for adult learners in an Evening Class | English learning in Our World | This week so far has been dominated by exams, which unfortunately seems to be happening all too often these days.
Interview With Scott Thornbury ] I’d like to thank Scott, from the bottom of my heart, for agreeing to be the “baptising priest”! I’m sure he’d appreciate more gratitude from you all, too, and, just as he says, curiosity and feedback motivate him immensely. I had loads of questions to ask Scott...
So. My first ‘learner’ blog post. Rather than launch into a description of dogme, unplugged or materials-lite teaching as the ideal option for teen learners of pretty much any level, I thought I’d start with a little idea I had today while waiting for my son.
This week’s post comes from my friend, Rob Haines in Oregon (USA). Rob is currently a curriculum designer and ESL instructor for a program serving low-income scholars and community leaders from Latin America and Haiti in Oregon...
| TeachingEnglish | British Council | BBC | The ELTons, sponsored by Cambridge ESOL, are the only international awards that recognise and celebrate innovation in the field of English language teaching (ELT). The deadline for applications is 23 November 2012.
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