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In this issue of Modern English Teacher

English for Academic Purposes

Andrew Barker outlines a process for programme design which includes all stakeholders, Anthea Fester suggests a three-stage approach to developing critical thinking, and Gus Wong considers how we help learners to see the link between learning and assessment.

Other topics in this issue include: kinetic English, building rapport to reduce anxiety, and managing millenials - the generational challenge and what it can teach us.


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In this Pavilion ELT vlog, Damien Herlihy looks at habits. By the end of the episode, you’ll have a working knowledge of three habit-tracking tools to help your students improve their English outside of the classroom.