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A fellow teacher told me about two learners in his class – one, he says, is a better learner than the other. Which one do you think that might be?
Today's infographic shows us the various ways of comparing things in English. There are examples to help you clearly understand how we use comparative and
I recently read an article by the excellent Chia Suan Chong in the English Teaching Professional magazine entitled Death by Idioms. In her article, Chia says
Robin Williams, R.I.P. Here he is as an ESL/EFL teacher in "Good Morning, Vietnam":
All my Ed Week posts from the past three years on teaching English Language Learners -- in one place!
Maybe you are teaching English at summer school now or thinking about the start of the new academic year... Or is it a bit early for that still? ☺
My extraordinarily talented teacher colleague at our high school, Dana Dusbiber, along with the extraordinarily talented bilingual aide Alma Avalos, teach a class of adult English Language Learners...
Marek Kiczkowiak: I'm delighted to share with you here the post 'Re-imagining the non-native speaker', originally published in 2011 by Sherrie Lee on her blog here. Sherrie emailed me this post a c...
Today's infographic shows you how we use the present continuous tense. There are examples to help you clearly understand how we form positive, negative and
It doesn't matter how often I go to Cairo, I´m always struck by the beauty of the Pyramids. No matter how many times I go to Cairo, I´m always struck by the beauty of the Pyramids. Some people say ...
This is the first of what might turn into a handful of posts inspired by working at Sheffield University on a 10 week pre-sessional programme this summer. Through these posts, I want to identify wh...
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