Blogs and Vlogs from Pavilion ELT
What was 2020 to you? A teacher’s reflection
Do words go to die in English vocabulary books?
Many learners fall into the habit of writing a new word down once and never going back to look at it again. In this vlog post, Damien Herlihy looks at ways to make the vocabulary they learn more memorable whilst providing a framework for learners to decide on what new English words are important for them.
From teacher to writer: five tips to get started
Redefining our goals: the (non) importance of passing for a native speaker
One Idea, One Resource, One Challenge
5 ways to make lessons more student centred
The more you do, the better you’ll be: how Retrieval Practice can improve your learners’ performance
Is everything OK? Individual resilience as response to admitting it is not
The bright side of moving assessment online
Are you also in the process of planning your assessment in an online form for this year? In this blog post, Chiara Bruzzano looks at some of the difficulties experienced by language teachers with this transition and discusses four exciting innovations in online assessment: gamified tests, e-portfolios, negotiated criteria and online self-assessment.