Supporting Quality English Teaching

Drodzy nauczyciele, szkoleniowcy, blogerzy i fani bloga „Quality Teaching”, Dziękujemy Wam za wsparcie, komentarze i sugestie, których udzielaliście nam przez ostatnie dwa lata! Doceniamy wysiłek włożony we wprowadzanie zmian w Waszych klasach i dzielenie się pomysłami z kolegami. Niestety jest to nasz ostatni post na tym blogu. Od dziś zapraszamy do odwiedzania kanału  British Council „Voices”. Jest to nowe, globalne miejsce

Reading and Discovery Websites for Primary and Secondary Schools

Reading and Discovery Websites for Primary and Secondary Schools

Reading and Discovery Websites for Primary and Secondary Schools

Hello again, it's Jon Green! It's good to be back on the blog after a break. Szkola z Klasa and British Council This blog post is about 'reading and discovery' websites to inspire you and your students. It also comes immediately after my two workshops last week for

More than just a moustache?

More than just a moustache?

More than just a moustache?

Hello Everyone, I'm Jamie Cruse a.k.a a MoBro As if there weren't already enough reasons to grow a moustache,  Movember is here again!  If you haven't heard about Movember, it's a month-long event in which men (known as MoBros) grow and maintain moustaches for the benefit of men's health charities.  MoBros aren't just about raising money though.  By

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime

Hi, my name’s Helen Chapman and I’ve been teaching English for about six years. In February this year, I started a course which has dramatically changed the way I teach all my classes but specifically Young Learners. This blog won’t give you all the details about the Special Educational Needs (SEN) teacher training course which you can find

Roots and Treetops - week 2

Roots and Treetops - week 2

Roots and Treetops - week 2

Week 2 Now into their second week, the Roots and Treetoppers have settled into a daily rhythm of English lessons, workshops and a vibrant social life. People who first arrived as strangers are now close friends, and a multitude of regular social groupings have formed outside classes. Today I'm handing over to the students for a round up