Paraphrasing is a skill that is often assessed in exams. Experienced teacher and assessment writer Judy Alden examines how to teach it, offering practical tips and techniques you can take straight to the classroom.
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How do you choose the right kind of online professional development to suit your budget and your needs? Experienced online trainer Gavin Dudeney gives tips and advice.
This informative research report, commissioned by the Association for Quality Education and Training Online, examines online education for language teachers.
This authoritative report by the President of the Board of Directors of the TESOL International Association, Dr Deborah Healey, examines gamification and its uses in education.
What are ‘learning routines’ and why should you use them with your young learner classes? Expert author Carol Read explains all, offering tips and practical advice.
What is ‘brain-friendly’ teaching, and how can it help your students advance their learning? Teacher trainer and author Anna Hasper explains all.
Why use a dictionary when you can Google a word? Dictionary expert Michael Rundell answers this question by looking at the strengths of lexical resources today.
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