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In this issue of Modern English Teacher

Testing and Assessment

John Hughes offers ideas on coping with both teaching and exam preparation, Nick Manthei describes an eclectic approach to assessing young learners, and Kendal Rolley looks at interaction-based assessment.

Other topics in this issue include: making class debate meaningful, taking the stress out of observation, and a new approach to teaching academic writing  plus much more.

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In this episode of The Internet as a Virtual Textbook series, Damien Herlihy turns his attention to virtual speaking practice to motivate students to use English orally beyond the confines of the (online) classroom.