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Eve Conway offers an overview of phonics and how it fits into an English languagelearning context.
This article argues that the content on learning platforms should have the same appeal and draw as popular mainstream websites and apps.
A classroom stalwart since first publication in 2004, this new edition retains its overall look and layout: the 14 units remain with the same titles and each is divided into Language Focus, Vocabulary, Reading, Use of English, Listening and Speaking.
Compared to the nineties original, this fourth edition of Project comes with a notable increase in digital components. But how much has it really changed? Wayne Rimmer reviews.
Sure is a new four-level course (Beginner to Intermediate) for young adults. It uses a grammar-based syllabus as its framework and promotes autonomy for students through cyber homework, online training and a ‘cloud’ book.
Chris Sheen looks at oral testing and how teachers can make the workload not onlyeasier on themselves but also more accurate in the process.
This keynote article considers some of the implications of this growing global phenomenon.
This article highlights some top digital tools for teaching young learners.
This article suggests that by using a skill we all have, teachers can get children to become engaged and enthusiastic learners.
This article underlines the fact that if adults want to learn to speak well they have to develop some key communication strategies.