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Listening activities

Listening activities

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Hello again everyone and a happy 2014. You've tried listening before, but here are some more. I hope you have successfully used some of the ideas from my previous blog. Perhaps you were inspired to create some of your own listening task ideas. If so, please add them here so other teachers can find out about them. After getting feedback

Don't repeat it!

Don't repeat it!

Don't repeat it!

Thank you for attending the workshop: Fun & Achievement for Young Learners in Poznan. The workshops were led by one of our favourite teacher-trainers Agnieszka Lewandowicz

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Young Learner Planning for Success

Young Learner Planning for Success

Young Learner Planning for Success

CASPAR is all about what works well in kid’s lessons. The ghost is incidental, except that it is an easy image to remember! The name CASPAR is a convenient way of remembering a few secret ingredients of things that ALWAYS seem to work if you do them in the lesson. Each letter in CASPAR is the first letter of one

iPads Testing

iPads Testing

iPads Testing

iPad Invasion and free apps!

The testing phase for our brand new iPads in the classroom is now complete.  We had lots of fun and a very steep learning curve!  The apps we have chosen to use in the classroom are based on our research and budget (in fact these apps are all free) and very well

Pronunciation development

Pronunciation development

Pronunciation development

Beata Mikołajewska presented on behalf of British Council Poland at IATEFL Wroclaw in June 2013. Her presentation was so good we thought we'd share it with you today, so you get to benefit from her ideas on how to unPolish your English.

UnPolish your English - Part 1 -  by Beata Mikołajewska

All of the links presented below can