Blogs and Vlogs from Pavilion ELT
Writing an online self-study course – Part 1
5 ways to use games in English lessons
Teacher life cycles – How to stay motivated
Have you given much thought to your future? Have you ideas of where and how you’ll be working? While there will always be the teachers who want to move from teaching into management, writing, or training, possibly even publishing… what about those who are happy teaching? This post is for those teachers – helping them (you) stay motivated and hungry for success.
The interconnectedness of skills: Why speaking is key
Upping your (English) game: lessons learnt
What do the words ‘translation’ and ‘translanguaging’ mean to you? Do they have a place in teaching in your view? Read on to discover where they fitted in an English for football course, what type of language was the focus on the course, how teacher and student co-created knowledge, and how a sense of progress was established.
Rethinking sick leave?
Upping your (English) game
What ways do your learners use their English? How can it enhance their job or education? In the first article of a two-part series, read about an interview with women’s Serie A football coach and his English teacher to understand how the coach learns English to use it in his job and reflect on what you can learn from it.