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Keeping things Sts-centred

Keeping things Sts-centred

Keeping things Sts-centred

Hi Blog Readers

It's Anthony Smyth again, based in lovely Krakow.  I hope since I last blogged you've had fun conquering the third conditional, expanding your students' listening skills and  improving their

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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Flipping lessons

Flipping lessons

Flipping lessons

Flipping Lessons - what?!?

After giving workshops at conferences, this time at 'Teacher and Teacher 2.0' (see more here), there is nothing I like better than to give you some practical demonstrations on the websites and apps I often talk about.  This week is about flipping lessons.  Now, I'm not cursing my lessons here, flipping lessons is

Get the Students Talking

Get the Students Talking

Get the Students Talking

What makes a good speaking skills lesson? I'm Allan John and I teach most of the Conversation Clubs (CC) at British Council Poland.  I've been asked to share my top tips on how to make a speaking class a hit with the students and a hit at improving their communicative skills. Speaking skill classes versus 'regular' classes I would say one major difference

Skype and IPads English Teaching Tools

Skype and IPads English Teaching Tools

Skype and IPads English Teaching Tools

It is skypingly good to see you all back here on the blog! Do you remember I blogged about the rapid changes in teaching? Well today related to this topic, Jon Green our Teaching Centre Digital Co-ordinator is blogging about using new technology. Read Jon's  reflections and let us know your opinions, have you