Grammar and Lord Voldemort
Grammar: the accuracy of calling its teaching an art
Exploring Semantics in the Language Lab
The Art of Teaching Grammar
THE UNIQUE CHALLENGE OF GRAMMAR TEACHING
Introduction EFL professionals have a significant impact on facilitating the development of English language proficiency among learners. It is imperative for educators to employ evidence-based meth...
Unleash the Drama: 8 Engaging Games and Activities to Bring the Summer Adventures into the Classroom
As the summer break draws to a close, it's time to welcome our students back to our classrooms with excitement and enthusiasm! Incorporating drama games and activities that relate to their summer ad...
LanguageCert continues its successful webinar series Energise your classroom, especially designed for teachers. The webinars introduce teachers to new perspectives and useful ideas to help them bett...
In the post-pandemic educational landscape, many educators find that they are increasingly asked to provide support to their students that far exceeds the curricular requirements; support in inco...
From February 2024, Cambridge English Language Assessment will be moving from their current computer-based exam delivery to Cambridge English Qualifications Digital, which offer candidates even more b...
Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurological in origin. The person diagnosed with dyslexia face difficulties with accurate and fluent word recognition. What is more, poor spelli...
Dysgraphia [dis-gra-fee-uh] is a learning disability that makes it difficult for a person to handwrite and organize written expression. Dysgraphia is not related to one's ability to read, nor is it ...
Mind mapping and dyslexia: The current trend of graphic organizers for effective English language teaching
The common saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” gives prominence to the idea that an image is more powerful when engraved on our mind than a multitude of words. Visual representations...
Dyslexia in the English classroom: What are the most striking signs and what useful tips can teachers use?
Learning difficulties is a term that has invaded our lives and our L2 classrooms to a great extent since over the last years we encounter such cases daily. Are learning difficulties highly aff...
Exams & Exam Preparation
For many teachers, language assessment is seen as a necessary evil. Testing, evaluation and feedback are the core of what many of us do, but the mechanics of assessment often seem to be the domain of...Read More