Riccardo Chiappini talks about leadership in the classroom.
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Carole Robinson talks about ‘unconscious’ feedback and sets out some examples, how to notice it and what to do about it if it appears to be a problem.
Sarah Hillyard gives hands-on tips and advice on engaging very young learners with songs and varied repetitions.
Tim Goodier takes a look at the many opportunities for developing mediation skills in the language classroom using existing activities and resources.
Stephanie Hirschman explains why teaching can be compared to a walk in the woods.
Dr. Jason Skeet explores five key principles for assessment for learning, as well as the accompanying ideas for classroom practice.
Riccardo Chiappini explores how practising mediation in class with appropriate tasks can help students widen their range of valuable communication strategies and knowledge and find their place in the 21st century.
We all know about the traditional four skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening. But what about the fifth skill of ’viewing’? Kieran Donaghy, expert in the use of visual arts in language teaching, explains what viewing is, why it’s important and how you can implement it in the classroom.
Why is speaking a foreign language so difficult, and how can we help our students do it better? Teacher and editor Emma Fox explains why speaking is so challenging and offers a range of activities and techniques you can take straight to the classroom.