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  • Teacher Talks

    Enabling children to read books in a language they are learning is a lifelong gift which teachers can give to their classes. It helps learners to be autonomous and acquire language in their own time and at their own pace. It also develops self awareness...

  • Teaching Adult Classes? No Way!

    you been in a similar position? Personally, after this unexpected and most certainly unpleasant experience, I viewed adult classes in a negative light, and was always hesitant when being assigned one. Was my personal viewpoint based on solid claims? Had...

  • Teacher Talks Schedule

    books online and offline. Τrack students’ progress, communicate effectively with parents, motivate learners and bring your classes into the future! T he Flibets: A new learning galaxy for preschoolers! The Flibets take yourpre-primary learners to an...

  • Home

    life, I try to be flexible! Flexible to the lesson plans I create, to the materials, to the way I manage and lead my classes. This is sometimesdifficult as we have to take... May 05, 2022 Read More Make the most of your teaching! Subscribe to ELT NEWS...

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  • Teacher Talks

    books online and offline. Τrack students’ progress, communicate effectively with parents, motivate learners and bring your classes into the future! The Flibets: A new learning galaxy for preschoolers! The Flibets take your pre-primary learners to an...

  • Πρόγραμμα Θεσσαλονίκης - 8/3

    your students to meet the challenges of the 21st century with Burlington Webkids, our brand new coursebook series for A-D classes! This engaging course will challenge your students to think, and actively develop their language skills. It is accompanied...

  • 6th Foreign Languages Forum - Πρόγραμμα Έκθεσης & Ομιλιών

    your students to meet the challenges of the 21st century with Burlington Webkids, our brand new coursebook series for A-D classes! This engaging course will challenge your students to think, and actively develop their language skills. It is accompanied...

  • Alan Maley gently unfolds the story of his life which goes side-by-side with the development of ELT

    approach, which challenges the notion of grammatical accuracy as the main goal of language teaching, teacher-centered classes, student-centered classes, silent classes, active classes, black-and-white coursebooks becoming colourful and now like glossy...

  • Where do we go from here? Is ELT in Greece the only option?

    who teach strictly through the syllabus as we do in Greece are disadvantaged. If you believe that there must be two Junior classes, and then 4 or 5 senior classes till B2, then be prepared to be amazed. If Use of English and Grammar are what you are...

  • Don't get stuck in a rut, flip that coursebook now

    the first things we need to do when we start a new class is to document the profiles of each student. Students come to our classes with different readiness levels, different interests and they have different learning preferences, strengths and...

  • B1 writing with a twist

    planet to include it in the invitation. This activity could never end.. The learners could give their invitations to other classes and make a project, put drawings and images on the walls and present their planet in real- life situations to students...

  • Using asynchronous learning to supplement the course

    times without lagging behind the rest of the class. You can select videos with little or no language input at all for weak classes and gradually use videos with richer language input. Most videos offer subtitling options but you need to stress that the...

  • Do We Really Need Language Certificates?

    YouTube now, haven’t they? Most of them can fully understand basic English structures even before attending their first classes as they are glued to a screen watching and contemplating the language. On the other hand, test takers are becoming younger by...

  • Storytelling with Young Learners

    also wanted to show how stories of our own, or those of our students, add an extra, natural dimension to the content of our classes. Telling stories is what humans do. Think about anything that happened at the weekend, last night, or this morning....

  • Successful Continuous Professional Development

    for anyone else. Foord (2009), in condemnation of the negative teachers who incessantly complain about their institutions, classes, and relationships, calls the teacher’s room the community of mourners. Although I do not agree with the name,...

  • Supplementary Material in ELT: Is it really worth the trouble?

    language constructs with the ultimate goal of sitting for an exam. What About the Students who ‘Don’t Need It’? Mixed level classes will always be a reality we are called upon to handle. Striking a balance between so many conflicting levels is a...

  • How Teachers Can Use Their Hobbies to Boost Student Engagement

    once I showed a different side of myself. What started as an experiment is now more of a philosophy. Even when I’m planning classes, I tend to think about how I can weave in my hobbies. I find that doing soenergizes my instruction, engages my students,...

  • EXPRESS PUBLISHING

    students memorable public speakers! Blaze your own trail to success Blaze is a challenging, original new course for A, B, C classes and follows the CEFR guidelines. It has been specially designed to ensure that 21st century learners will find it both...


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