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How English became such a tricky language to learn - Lane Greene

In this session, Lane Greene talks about the way some of English’s unusual properties emerged throughout history.

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Time Management Tips for Teachers - Mike Riley

In this webinar, Mike Riley looks at some of the enemies of effective time management and what we can do to address them.

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Personalising Adult Language Learning - Dan Brayshaw

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Useful tips to improve your pre-primary classroom management - Lorena Peimbert

In this webinar Lorena Peimbert gives you some tips you can apply right away to help you improve your classroom management.

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Social and emotional learning in the early years - Carol Read

In this webinar, Carol Read looks at key aspects of social and emotional learning, such as managing your feelings, developing empathy and learning to cooperate.

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Make a game out of fluency! Gamification for automaticity - Alex Tamulis

The talk provides a toolkit of practical ideas for adding game elements – prizes, points and rankings – to automatic speech activities in communicative contexts.

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The importance of recycling in vocabulary teaching - David Spencer

In this session, David Spencer investigates what it means to really ‘know’ a word, and what influence this has on how we should recycle and practise vocabulary in the classroom.

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What about the fifth skill of viewing? - Kieran Donaghy

In this webinar Kieran Donaghy examine s what viewing is and how we can help our students become more effective viewers.

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Motivating teenagers in exam classes. - Steve Taylore-Knowles

In this webinar, we'll explore ways in which we can motivate our teenage learners to engage more with the material they're studying and to do better in their exams.

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Breaking Down Barriers To Learning - Maria Byrne

This session is for teachers of English as a Foreign Language who are looking to support all learners in the inclusive classroom setting.

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