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"21.04.2017 14:30:00" cambridge.org Better Learning presents: Music to mark to playlist We've curated a selection of songs for you to enjoy, to make marking books and papers less of a chore. We'll be adding to it each month, so make sure to save this article for the latest selection of tunes. Another night spent marking? Let us keep you company with our Music to Mark to Spotify playlist: bit.ly/2otMfdQbit.
"20.04.2017 15:19:02" cambridge.org THiNK Thursday #2: 3 tools to get the most from your presentation software The second installment of the THiNK Thursday series suggests 4 activities teachers can do with 3 commonly underutilized tools on presentation software. How often do you use the 'pen', 'zoom' and 'display transcript' functions on your presentation software? Laura Sigsworth from the THiNK team gives 4 ways for you to get the most out of these often overlooked tools: http://ow.ly/sAJp30b1jFu
"19.04.2017 15:54:20" cambridge.org From Toulon with love: Jonny Wilkinson on language learning In 1997, Jonathan Wilkinson become a professional rugby union player. In 2009 he transferred to Toulon and that's when his language-learning journey began... When international rugby star Jonny Wilkinson transferred to Toulon, he learned the hard way the importance of learning the home language of your teammates. Read our interview with Jonny, as he shares with us his own language-learning experience:
"14.04.2017 14:00:00" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Think Beyond Language: Using insights into the teen mind to educate the whole learner Tuesday 18 April | 15:00 In next week's webinar, learn how insights gained from recent research into teen psychology can help create better learning experiences for teenagers - from providing a purposeful focus on critical thinking to helping to build the lifelong habits of mind:
"13.04.2017 14:38:07" cambridge.org THiNK Thursday #1: First day of class activities - getting to know your students The first lesson can often be as nerve-wracking for teachers as it is for students. Here are 2 'first day of class' activities to get to know your students. Today is the launch of THiNK Thursday - our brand new series for teachers of teenagers! Each Thursday the THiNK team will be sharing ideas and resources for engaging and motivating teenagers. We kick off the series with two activities for the first day
"12.04.2017 15:05:56" cambridge.org Was this the most sexist Olympics ever? Our language research team investigates. On Monday, we shared an interview explaining why and how we uncover our deeper insights... but what do deeper insights actually look like? Here's a research paper from last year examining the difference between gender when it comes to language and sport:
"10.04.2017 15:59:31" Meet Claire and Laura - two of the people behind our deeper insights! Find out how the work their team does impacts your teaching: bit.ly/2ny1FBq
"09.04.2017 13:00:00" iatefltalks.org Look who's talking at IATEFL 2017 Catch-up on the final day of talks: Prof. Edward Briscoe, Xiangdong Gu, Graham Skerritt and Karen Saxby. IATEFL may now be over but you can still catch-up on any talks you may have missed! This includes the final day of talks, such as Karen Saxby's animated look at the power of storytelling: bit.ly/2p1mdyw
"07.04.2017 15:00:25" iatefltalks.org Positive psychology in action: fostering resilience in language learners IATEFL2017: Herbert Puchta discusses what teachers can do to help develop the 'growth mindsets' that students need to foster their emotional engagement. What does positive psychology look like in action? Watch Herbert Puchta explore how students can develop the 'growth mindsets' needed for resilience, motivation, emotional engagement and creativity: bit.ly/2nEaPHR
"06.04.2017 15:00:00" iatefltalks.org Beyond demand high - making quality learning happen for all IATEFL2017: Silvana Richardson explores evidence-informed strategies for facilitating high quality learning and their implications for teacher development. Is it time we went beyond Demand High? Silvana Richardson's workshop on evidence-informed strategies for high-quality learning is now available on IATEFL Talks: bit.ly/2oBUoke
At IATEFL? It's not too late to attend Craig Thaine's talk on assessment and
"06.04.2017 14:00:00" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Assessment and Motivation in English Language Programmes Monday 10 April | 15:00 GMT Can assessment be used to motivate learners? Craig Thaine investigates the practical ways that teachers can use assessment to respond directly to learners' needs via constructive feedback and appropriate follow-up tasks: bit.ly/2nYhUVm
"05.04.2017 15:13:04" iatefltalks.org Developing global competency in ELT IATEFL2017: Ben Goldstein and Ceri Jones explore developing global competency via practical and engaging ideas that can be used at different ages & levels. Catch-up on day 1 at IATEFL! Topics include developing teachers in a global network, activities for low-level literacy in EAP, and this one by Ben Goldstein and Ceri Jones on developing global competence: bit.ly/2oa14Fd
"05.04.2017 09:38:39" Timeline Photos At IATEFL this week? Make sure to look out for the team with their Better Learning jackets and personal bagpiper, as they'll be handing out goodies each morning 'hot off the press'! You can also go and say hello to them on stand #50.
"03.04.2017 16:06:50" iatefltalks.org Cambridge at IATEFL 2017 Four days of insprational talks: see the schedule and sign up for alerts We're at IATEFL all this week! Make sure to come and say hello to the Cambridge team on stand 50 if you're in Glasgow. But don't despair if not, as our IATEFL Talks site also returns this week! Sign up today to get the all latest videos sent straight to
"02.04.2017 14:49:42" cambridge.org The future of professional development #7: Silvana Richardson on cultural awareness Silvana Richardson outlines what she hopes the future of Professional Development will look like, and the need for cultural awareness in the classroom. The last prediction in our future of professional development series comes from Silvana Richardson. Hear her impassioned two-minute speech on why it's time to stop focusing on the 'same-old' strategies and techniques, and instead, get to understand your
"01.04.2017 11:57:17" cambridge.org The future of professional development #6: Phillip Kerr on teacher training IATEFL is approaching, so here's a throwback to last year: Phillip Kerr predicts that teacher development will soon become teacher training. It's the penultimate installment of our future of professional development series! This time it's Philip Kerr explaining what he thinks the next 5 years will have in store for teacher training and development: http://bit.ly/2opnSP7
"31.03.2017 18:00:36" instagram.com Cambridge ELT (@cambridgeupelt) • Instagram See Instagram photos and videos from Cambridge ELT (@cambridgeupelt). We have a new Instagram account! Make sure to follow @cambridgeupelt this weekend, as Simon Wright from the Cambridge ELT product team takes over the channel. Early tomorrow morning, Simon and friends will be embarking on a three-day charity hike along
"31.03.2017 15:43:34" cambridge.org The future of professional development #5: Craig Thaine on listening to learners Craig Thaine highlights what listening to learners can bring to the Teacher Development sphere. We must value their opinions and experiences. Learners can have great ideas on how to deliver an effective lesson, but are they being heard? In the 5th post in our future of professional development series, Craig Thaine takes to the stand to promote the importance of listening to learners:
"30.03.2017 14:19:43" cambridge.org The future of professional development #4: Scott Thornbury on books Scott Thornbury discusses the role of the book: Are books here today, gone tomorrow? They've been important to generations of teachers - what lies ahead? Does a change in the format of methodology books mean a change in their quality too? Scott Thornbury muses this thought in the latest installment of our series on the future of professional development: bit.ly/2njzVvx
"29.03.2017 16:11:41" cambridge.org The future of professional development #3: Professor Jack Richards on language learning environments Professor Jack Richards stresses the importance of embracing language learning both inside and outside of the classroom. It's day 3 of our series on the future of professional development, as predicted at last year's IATEFL. Today, Jack Richards describes what he thinks the learning environments of the future will be like: bit.ly/2njnp01
"28.03.2017 14:57:44" cambridge.org The future of professional development #2: Penny Ur on evidence and best practice IATEFL is fast approaching, and today it's Penny Ur's turn to predict the future of Professional Development. Penny Ur continues our series on teacher development with her two minutes on the future of professional development. Her prediction? A growing demand for clear and relevant evidence: bit.ly/2o7lxev
"27.03.2017 17:42:24" What does a better learning experience mean to you? To us, it's the promise to provide support, resources and technology that you can trust, so you can focus on doing what you do best.
We've worked with teachers and experts around the world to create
"27.03.2017 15:02:00" cambridge.org The future of professional development #1: Nicky Hockly on MOOCs What will teacher development look like in the next 5 years? Nicky Hockly discusses MOOCs – here today, gone tomorrow? Or a lasting fixture? All this week we'll be looking back at our look to the future at last year's IATEFL! We asked 7 ELT experts for their prediction for teacher professional development for the next 5 years. Nicky Hockly kicked us off with this look at MOOCs: bit.ly/2o9Awlf
"27.03.2017 12:54:44" Cambridge University Press ELT's cover photo Confidence in teaching. Joy in learning. Find out how we deliver on our Better Learning promise: bit.ly/2ns997E
"27.03.2017 12:52:33" Cambridge University Press ELT Confidence in teaching. Joy in learning. Find out how we deliver on our Better Learning promise: bit.ly/2ns997E
"23.03.2017 15:29:12" cambridge.org #tbt IATEFL 2016 #4: Chatting in the Academy: Exploring spoken English for academic purposes Watch Micheal McCarthy's talk from IATEFL 2016 on the difference between written and spoken English for Academic Purposes. It's Thursday, which means it's time for another Throwback Thursday IATEFL article! This time it's Michael McCarthy taking a look at Spoken Academic English and why it matters: bit.ly/2nMSNro
"22.03.2017 16:10:49" Photos from Cambridge University Press ELT's post What does Better Learning mean to you?
Stop by our booth, write on our Better Learning wall, and we'll give you one of these awesome Better Learning tote bags with some fun goodies!
"22.03.2017 16:03:55" Timeline Photos Want to blow off some steam after a long day at #TESOL17?
Stop by our booth in the exhibit hall or find us at one of our pop-up stands to learn more about our Happy Hour event on Thursday.
If you've got a minute or two you can fill out one of our
"22.03.2017 15:54:17" Timeline Photos We're so excited to be at #TESOL17!
Stop by our booth to check out the new edition of Interchange and our new EAP title, Prism.
If you haven't had your caffeine fix yet, we're giving out FREE coffee. Stop by and say hello!
"22.03.2017 15:37:19" practicemakesperfect.cambridge.org Practice Makes Perfect How do you use our Authentic Practice Tests in your classroom? Get Tips, Tricks and Lesson Plans to aid your course, or inspire others with your own ideas. Have you discovered this month's new lesson plans and tips on the Practice Makes Perfect site? Make sure to head over there now if you're responsible for preparing students for Cambridge English exams such as First for Schools: bit.ly/2o4Wu88
"21.03.2017 17:39:02" Timeline Photos All this week we'll be posting across our social channels from TESOL Seattle 2017 for anyone unable to make it... but if you are planning on attending the conference this year, make sure to visit the team at Booth #700!
"17.03.2017 11:11:04" Timeline Photos Spotting is a useful skill, both for learning a language and when preparing for the writing section of the Cambridge English: Young Learners tests. Catch up with Anne Robinson's webinar, where she discusses how to encourage your young learners to develop
"16.03.2017 10:47:34" cambridge.org #tbt IATEFL 2016 #3: Fostering responsibility and response-ability in the teenage classroom | World of Better Learning | Cambridge University Press Herbert Puchta discusses ways to foster teenagers' responsibility and self-esteem, through critical thinking and clarification of values. How can we encourage teenagers to become responsible citizens, and foster their self-esteem? Herbert Puchta explores in this week's #tbt talk from IATEFL 2016: http://bit.ly/2mvvm0H
"09.03.2017 16:34:50" cambridge.org Using the English Grammar Profile to improve curriculum design Anne O'Keefe and Geraldine Mark discuss their findings for the programme 'Using English Grammar Profile' and how it links progress within the CEFR levels. With less than a month until this year's IATEFL conference, we are continuing our Throwback Thursday series with this talk on the grammar descriptors by Anne O'Keefe and Geraldine Mark: bit.ly/2m3Oenk
"08.03.2017 16:24:43" cambridge.org Global Competence in ELT #3: Using video | World of Better Learning | Cambridge University Press One of the central ideas behind global competence is the importance of adopting a critical perspective, particularly with regard to how aspects of culture are transmitted. In the last of Ben Goldstein's series on Global Competence, he takes a look at how video can be used as a trigger for discussions on important global issues: bit.ly/2mGaPe5
"07.03.2017 13:00:05" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Can you spot it?: Encouraging observation in your students Tuesday 7 March | 15:00 GMT It's not too late to sign up to today's webinar with Anne Robinson! Discover how you can encourage observation in the young learner classroom:bit.ly/2mAFZTY
"02.03.2017 15:09:03" cambridge.org #tbt IATEFL 2016 #1: Improving children's writing skills through digital story prompts and feedback | World of Better Learning On this week's #tbt we take a look back at a talk from IATEFL from Cindy James and Ben Knight on getting primary students to engage in writing English. With only a month until IATEFL 2017, we'll be sharing some of our favourite talks from last year's event each Thursday. Our first is from Cindy James on improving young learners' writing skills: bit.ly/2lhya64
"28.02.2017 16:58:47" cambridge.org Global Competence in ELT #2: Using an image A key concern when selecting a topic is its potential for personalization and localization. When you come across an image or a text that you want to use, it is important to bear in mind how easy it will be for students to relate to the material. Striking images can transmit complex concepts easily and dynamically. Here's a classroom activity you can use to develop globally competent learners, using a high-impact image as its base: bit.ly/2m9j1mT
"24.02.2017 16:34:09" cambridge.org Our latest research project: what motivates students to learn? How can we harness the power of motivation to improve learning? We're running a large-scale study to look at who learners' role models are. How can we harness the power of motivation to improve learning? Dr Claire Dembry gives us an exclusive look at a current research project between Cambridge University Press and Nottingham University and explains how you can help: bit.ly/2mlaLNP
"23.02.2017 15:27:44" cambridge.org Welcome to your World of Better Learning Be part of the World of Better Learning and get free access to language and education experts as they share ideas, insights and resources. You might have noticed something a little different about our blog this week... Introducing the all new World of Better Learning! Discover what you can expect: bit.ly/2lzzzBP
"22.02.2017 13:43:19" practicemakesperfect.cambridge.org Practice Makes Perfect How do you use our Authentic Practice Tests in your classroom? Get Tips, Tricks and Lesson Plans to aid your course, or inspire others with your own ideas. "Make students aware of contrast" - Mieria Mesa provides this month's favourite tip and activity for preparing students for the FCE speaking test. Submit your own and discover more tips and resources on the Practice Makes Perfect exam preparation resource
"16.02.2017 14:03:12" cupelt.typeform.com Take our teacher development survey for your chance to win! Only one day left to get involved in our teacher development survey! Tell us your views and you could win one of three great prizes, including an Apple iPhone 7: http://ow.ly/Vi4J308gAhP
Survey closes on Friday 17 February and T&Cs apply.
"14.02.2017 10:58:20" cambridge.org On a Typical Friday Night… I'm Looking for Collocations What language is most commonly used in online dating profiles? Chris Ożóg delves into the Cambridge English Corpus to find out... It's Valentines Day! But for those on the lookout for love… what kind of language is most commonly being used in online dating profiles? Chris Ożóg takes a look into the Corpus to see if there are any surprises, and shares a fun lesson idea to try with
"10.02.2017 16:36:40" cambridge.org Love in the Time of Corpora: Valentine's day inspiration from the Corpus The phrase I love you occurs over 8000 times in the Corpus, and is over 30% more common in spoken rather than written English… though speakers of British English are far less likely to say it out loud than speakers of American English! Love isn't just about affection and romance; according to the Cambridge English Corpus we also 'love' music, ideas and football. Find out other cool language facts and practical activities to do with your class this Valentine's Day: bit.ly/2l1vwQx
"02.02.2017 16:12:09" cambridge.org Using digital projects to raise teenagers' global awareness Richard began by stating that digital projects can be very interesting to students, and a great way to get them motivated. The idea that the work they have produced will have an audience (be that via presenting the finished project, or putting it onl Last week, Richard Whiteside delivered a highly practical webinar looking at digital projects for teenagers to build 21st century skills. Catch-up now over on the blog: http://bit.ly/2k00TY9
"27.01.2017 16:52:46" cambridge.org “Uptalk” in English: Myth and Fact Final rising pitch – popularly known as “uptalk” – is an intonation pattern that involves rising pitch at the end of a sentence. It has been documented throughout the English-speaking world and it has also been documented among ELT students. "Young people these days, their intonation is really strange? And all their sentences sound like questions?"
Abby Kaplan, author of "Women Talk More than Men…And Other Myths about Language Explained" investigates the phenomenon of “Uptalk” amongst
"23.01.2017 15:59:26" cupelt.typeform.com Take the survey for your chance to win! How important is professional development to you? Are you the first in line for the latest teacher handbook or do you prefer to learn through hearing experiences from your colleagues?
Tell us your opinion on teacher development and you could win Amazon
"22.01.2017 15:00:04" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Using digital projects to raise teenagers' global awareness Tuesday 24 January | 15:00 GMT Explore the ways that digital projects can be used to develop 21st century skills and global awareness in this highly practical webinar by Richard Whiteside! Find out more and register here: bit.ly/2k95zLa
"20.01.2017 16:27:24" cambridge.org Global Competence in ELT: An Introduction Despite globalization, culture in an ELT context is still very often seen as static and essentialist. English is very often associated with a particular country and its accompanying cultural practices (e.g. afternoon tea presented as a typical trait of The importance of developing globally competent students has been widely discussed over the past few years... but what does global competence actually mean? Eyes Open and Uncover author Ben Goldstein explains: bit.ly/2jV4Q0x
"13.01.2017 15:32:10" cambridge.org The Development of Young Learners' Reading Skills - Part 2 Natilly McCartney continues to explore the scaffolding strategies that EAL children used with older and monolingual pupils in her collaborative reading task study. In this second post, she offers further insights and explores how teachers can develop In the second part of Natilly's research into reading strategies in young learner pair work, she offers further insights into why she believes that literacy is not only a skill, but a social practice. She also suggests ways for teachers to help develop
"11.01.2017 13:15:08" cambridge.org The Development of Young Learners' Reading Skills - Part 1 Following her recent research project, Natilly McCartney shares interesting insights into the reading strategies young EAL students are likely to adopt, and her findings into the different scaffolding abilities they make use of with their peers. EAL, EFL Last year, Natilly McCartney undertook a research project looking at the reading strategies adopted by young learners during paired tasks. Find out what she found: http://ow.ly/i4TF307TGtm
"04.01.2017 15:29:12" practicemakesperfect.cambridge.org Practice Makes Perfect How do you use our Authentic Practice Tests in your classroom? Get Tips, Tricks and Lesson Plans to aid your course, or inspire others with your own ideas. Back at school and looking for inspiration for your next exam preparation lesson? Fear not - every month we will be sharing brand new lesson plans on our Practice Makes Perfect site!
Each plan includes part of an official practice test and shows how you
"23.12.2016 16:32:00" It's our final Guess What! challenge! We're back with Gabrielle, who is describing a very popular place to hang out on a Friday night... Can you guess what it is?
You can find more videos like this and upload your own over on our Guess What! guessing
"22.12.2016 15:39:12" So far we've described the London Eye, punting and the Mathematical Bridge... can you guess what other iconic British building we're describing today?
You can play this guessing game with your pupils too by visiting bit.ly/WhatCoulditBe. You can even
"21.12.2016 16:31:22" Our guessing game continues! This time we stay in Cambridge where Gabrielle is describing one of the city's famous landmarks... can you guess what it is?
Play along with your pupils by visiting: bit.ly/WhatCoulditBe
"20.12.2016 16:20:02" Today, we're continuing our game of 'What could it be?' with Lauren from the team! Can you guess what favourite Cambridge activity she is describing?
Don't forget, you can play along with your pupils too: bit.ly/WhatCoulditBe
"19.12.2016 17:00:17" With only one week until the social team take a festive break, we decided to take to the streets of Cambridge and London to play a week-long game of 'What could it be?'! Play along as we post a video each day of one of the team giving clues for famous
"16.12.2016 16:25:58" cambridge.org Santa or shopping - is the way we talk about Christmas changing? Using data from the Spoken British National Corpus (BNC), language researcher Sarah Grieves explores the shift in the language of Christmas over the past 20 years, asking the question - is Christmas really getting more commercial? What does Christmas mean Is Christmas getting more commercial? With 'hangover' now appearing in the top 50 words associated with the season, maybe it's not just shopping that people are doing excessively. Discover what else has changed in the way we talk about the festive season:
"12.12.2016 15:49:46" cambridge.org Classroom activities for young learners at Christmas The holiday season can be a magical time of year, especially for children. Below are classroom activities and resources to bring the spirit of the festive season into the young learner classroom. Festive handouts with teacher notes Get creative with your With the festive season in full swing here in the UK, here are a few classroom resources to help you bring the celebrations into a young learners classroom! The activities even include a worksheet for creating your own Christmas crackers:
"09.12.2016 17:19:16" cambridge.org Super Grammar: Making practice perfect for young learners For this professional development webinar, we were joined by Colin Sage, an ELT author, editor and teacher-trainer who specialises in Primary and pre-Primary learning. The webinar focused on grammar, using examples from the new Super Grammar practice Earlier this week, ELT expert Colin Sage presented ideas for introducing grammar practice into the young learner classroom. Catch up now: bit.ly/2gldIhV
"01.12.2016 15:38:46" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Super grammar: Making practice perfect for young learners Tuesday 6 December | 15:00 GMT How do you teach grammar to primary pupils? In next week's webinar, Colin Sage argues the case for breaking up grammar practice into sub-stages and provides practical suggestions for how to bring these sub-stages to life in the young learner classroom.
"25.11.2016 17:58:52" Timeline Photos Congratulations to the Guess What! team for their nomination at this year's ESU English Language Awards! They've been shortlisted for the Resources for Young Learners category.
Want to know what went into creating the course? Catch-up on our behind the
"24.11.2016 17:10:39" cambridge.org Using authentic practice tests in the IELTS classroom #3: Listening Allen Davenport has been involved in examinations for many years as a teacher, teacher-trainer, administrator and examiner. In this installment of his webinar series on using authentic practice tests for IELTS classroom preparation, he takes a look at the Preparing students for the IELTS tests? Catch up on the latest installment of Allen Davenport's series on using authentic practice tests in the classroom. In this webinar, he focuses on Listening practice: http://ow.ly/AyzC306uLFm
"18.11.2016 16:26:11" cambridge.org Women now use the f-word as much as men Recent research into spoken British English reveals that swearing habits between men and women are closer than ever before. This insight has received a great deal of media coverage, and Robbie Love from the Spoken BNC research project explains first-hand Who swears more, men or women? And do swearing preferences change over time? Language researcher Robbie Love delves into the Spoken British National Corpus to find out: bit.ly/2g46CLo
"16.11.2016 15:10:38" cambridge.org The Globalised Classroom - helping teenage learners become global citizens Ben Goldstein, co-author or Eyes Open and Uncover, joined us to host a professional development webinar focusing on how to help teenage learners to become globally competent, whilst understanding and defining what this concept means. Ben began the webinar Do you teach teenagers? Make sure to catch up on last week's webinar with Ben Goldstien, who presented practical activities to help you develop your students into global citizens: bit.ly/2fx111P
Don't forget, Allen Davenport will be joining us tomorrow
"15.11.2016 15:46:04" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Using authentic practice tests in IELTS classrooms - Listening Thursday 17 December | 10:00 GMT Join Allen Davenport on Thursday 17 December as he continues to explore how teachers can use authentic practice material for effective exam preparation. This webinar in particular will focus on the IELTS listening section, providing techniques and
"11.11.2016 17:06:32" dictionaryblog.cambridge.org The US election in 24 hours of words November 8, 2016, marked the end of one of the most eventful presidential election campaigns in United States history. People across the globe watched closely as American voters turned out to cast … Were your students following along with the English-speaking media on election day? The Cambridge Dictionary team have compiled a list of the top words people were searching for in our online dictionary during the US election. Why not use this wordlist to
"10.11.2016 16:43:34" writeandimprove.com Cambridge English Write & Improve Write & Improve is a free service for learners of English to practise their written English. Submit your written work and receive feedback in seconds, covering spelling, vocabulary, grammar and general style. Have you seen this new free writing practice tool from Cambridge English? Write&Improve helps learners of English to practise their grammar, vocabulary and spelling skills with instant automated feedback. You can test it our for yourself at
"03.11.2016 14:50:26" cambridge.org Manageable Learning in Practice: Clarifying New Language As part of the Professional Development webinar series, Craig Thaine, coauthor of Cambridge English Empower, explored manageable learning and the methodology and productive use of language. Key topics included how to avoid overloading learners with Missed Craig Thaine's webinar on avoiding learner information overload last month? Catch up over on the blog to see the whole recording, as well as a summary of the key points made: bit.ly/2fg1kw3
"01.11.2016 15:02:47" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com The Globalised Classroom: Helping teenage learners become global citizens Tuesday 8 November | 15:00 GMT On Tuesday 8 November, Ben Goldstein will host a practical webinar on developing global competency, showing how the concepts covered can be easily incorporated in class via practical and engaging ideas that can be used at different ages and levels. Sign
"29.10.2016 12:41:48" cambridge.org What are the scariest words in the English language? What do monsters, movies and moments have in common? They all top the list of nouns which collocate with the adjective scary in the Cambridge English Corpus! This Halloween, language researcher Laura Grimes explores the words and phrases associated with What are we most scared of? Language researcher Laura Grimes takes a look at the Cambridge English Corpus to find out!
Discover how we talk about fear, the most frequently talked about phobias and our favourite phrases when someone scares us:
"27.10.2016 15:32:33" cambridge.org Classroom resources for a spooky Halloween lesson It's the spookiest time of the year! Thanks to the prominence of non-religious Halloween parties and traditions in American pop culture, the popularity of Halloween celebrations have been growing steadily around the world and are now a key staple in the Planning a Halloween-themed lesson? There's only treats with our latest blog post! We're giving away three free resources covering beginner to advanced level learners. Find something to spark your creativity: bit.ly/2eUnkfR
We'd love to hear how you use
"25.10.2016 13:55:17" cambridge.org Exploring Global Cultures with Teenage Learners On Tuesday 18th October, Ceri Jones joined us for a webinar focusing on how best to present and explore cultural topics with secondary students, looking at ways to encourage learners to be curious and critical of the world around them, and understand According to author, teacher and teacher trainer Ceri Jones, what's the best way to present and explore cultural topics with teenagers?
"It involves working closely with students to look at their own culture, and examine their own identity in relation to
"18.10.2016 17:03:34" cambridge.org The Gloves Are Off: Looking at the Language of the US Presidential Debates As the US Presidential campaign enters its final few weeks, here's a look at the language used by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the first two televised debates. Using a bespoke corpus built from transcripts of the broadcasts, we take a look at the With the last of the US presidential debates taking place tomorrow, language researcher Andrew Moffat looks at the language used by the candidates so far in the debates and gives pointers on what to look out for in the final showdown! bit.ly/2dxZneZ
"18.10.2016 15:00:01" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Manageable learning in practice: Clarifying new language Craig Thaine has been involved in ELT for 30 years. He is Cambridge DTEFLA qualified and also has an MA (Hons.) in Applied Linguistics. He has worked as a teacher and teacher trainer in many different countries. The ever-popular Craig Thaine is back this week too! On Thursday morning (10:00 BST) Criag will be taking a look at the challenges learners face when teachers want to clarify new vocabulary or grammar. Sign up for the webinar here: bit.ly/2dcntZm
"12.10.2016 14:54:24" cambridge.org Exploring global cultures with teenage learners Tuesday 18 October | 15:00 BST Our free professional development webinars are back! We have two webinars next week, starting with Eyes Open and Uncover author Ceri Jones exploring how you can bring a 'glocal' approach into the classroom. See all upcoming webinars here: bit.ly/2d7lSZC
"06.10.2016 13:32:37" dictionary.cambridge.org Words about technology - intermediate Did you know Cambridge Dictionary is not just for learners? Teachers can view, create and share wordlists with students via email or social media… all for free! Here's an example wordlist on 'technology' to get you started: bit.ly/2dOuC8b
"27.09.2016 15:37:45" cambridge.org Do you remember how it feels to be a new language learner? Many of you are teachers, used to providing instruction to help students learn English as a new or additional language. But can you recall how it feels to be in their shoes and to be experiencing the classroom not as a teacher, but as a learner of a brand When was the last time you entered a classroom as a complete beginner? Can you really remember how it feels? This was the challenge set out by the pedagogy research team.
Colleagues across Cambridge were invited to join a special language lesson to
"25.09.2016 14:00:02" Timeline Photos Well done to everyone who spotted that yesterday's sentence should have said 'take' a photo!
Sadly, today is the last of our Common Mistakes challenge... but you can find more examples in the Common Mistakes exam preparation series - now with Testbank!
"24.09.2016 14:00:01" Timeline Photos Congratulations if you knew that yesterday's sentence should have read: "The plane was supposed to be here an hour ago". Do you know what's wrong with today's sentence though?
You can find more examples and learn how to avoid them in the new Common
"23.09.2016 14:00:01" Timeline Photos Did you notice the mistake? The second apostrophe shouldn't have been there because 'its' was used as a possessive.
We've made today's challenge twice as hard! Can you identify the two mistakes?
You can find more examples and learn how to avoid them
"22.09.2016 14:00:00" Timeline Photos Well done if you answered 'A' to yesterday's challenge! You may know when to use 'advice' or 'advise', but how are you with apostrophes? See if you can spot the mistake with today's sentence in the image below.
'Don't worry' if you didn't answer
"21.09.2016 14:00:01" Timeline Photos 'B' was yesterday's correct answer! But how about this one? Should this sentence end with the verb or noun?
You can find more examples and learn how to avoid them in the new Common Mistakes with Testbank series: bit.ly/2cycDgJ
"20.09.2016 14:49:07" Timeline Photos Congratulations to everyone who answered yesterday's challenge correctly! The correct answer was 'A'. How will you do at today's challenge? Tell us which sentence correct - is it the one with the adjective or adverb?
You can find more examples and learn
"19.09.2016 15:53:43" Timeline Photos Test your English knowledge against real learners! All this week we will be posting challenges based on real mistakes made in Cambridge English exams. For starters, can you identify which of the sentences below is correct?
You can find more examples and
"08.09.2016 14:01:07" cambridge.org Olympic sport vocabulary quiz! Bring the spirit of the Paralympics into your classroom with a warm-up quiz and extension activities! The Olympic games may be over for another four years but the excitement of the Paralympics is just starting... With the Paralympics now underway, here's a fun interactive classroom quiz to help you teach topical sport vocabulary. There's also extension activities to help bring out your students' creativity!
"01.09.2016 15:07:12" The Cambridge English Common Mistakes series now comes with access to Testbank! This means learners can discover the most common mistakes made across popular the Cambridge English exams range and then see how well they avoid them by taking authentic
"26.08.2016 15:59:20" cambridge.org Was this the most sexist Olympics ever? The Language Research team investigate In the build up to Rio 2016, the language research team here at Cambridge created a special Sports Corpus to look at the language used in context to sport and if this differed depending on gender. As the Corpus provides trends in language over time, the What did people talk about during this year's Olympics? Do people change they way they report sporting achievements based on the athletes' gender? These were the questions put forward to our Language Research team. Discover what they found after delving
"25.08.2016 15:06:53" thinkvalues.cambridge.org THiNK Beyond Language We're supporting charitable work to improve access to education around the world. Upload a photo and we will donate 50p to this cause. Help us reach our target of £15,000! By uploading one selfie you could help children across the world to get access to education. Find out how here: bit.ly/2bRtc7B
"19.08.2016 15:26:10" Timeline Photos Today's sporting idiom challenge comes from the boxing ring and is used when someone gives up on something... can you guess what it is from the image below?
"17.08.2016 16:13:19" Timeline Photos All cycle events at the Olympics may now be over, but here's a cycling related phrase for you to guess! You might say someone is doing this when the deny having an opinion that they had expressed before. This verb is also used when someone refuses to do
"15.08.2016 14:25:09" futurelearn.com Inside IELTS: Preparing for the Test with the Experts Join IELTS experts in a new free online preparation course from Cambridge English Language Assessment and FutureLearn. Registration now open! Do you have students preparing for IELTS? Our colleagues at Cambridge English Language Assessment have joined up with FutureLearn to provide a free online preparation course with IELTS experts. You can find out more here: bit.ly/2by6iWW
"12.08.2016 14:00:01" Timeline Photos Here's another sport related idiom for you to guess! This idiom is used when someone or something gets noticed in a short space of time.
"11.08.2016 15:59:39" cambridge.org Creative Learning and Teaching with Readers Readers with original and engaging stories are a great way to get students interested in learning a language, without even realising it. This week, Sue Leather, author of several Cambridge English Readers, explores some ideas for activities using readers "What's in a story?… Incredible potential for creative learning and teaching." Sue Leather, one of the authors in our Cambridge English Reader series provides her top tips for getting students engaged with reading: bit.ly/2aOlQGg
"08.08.2016 14:00:00" Timeline Photos Can you guess this sport idiom from the world of Tennis? Here's a clue - you might tell someone this when you're waiting on them for a decision or action before you can progress.
"06.08.2016 14:29:11" Timeline Photos It's the first full day of Rio 2016! But how good is your sporting knowledge when it comes to English phrases? Test it with this teaser - what idiom is the below image depicting? Here's a clue: you might say it when you are making good progress on a
"05.08.2016 12:50:59" The Olympic Games are officially opening today! In the run-up to this year's competition, our language research team created a special Sports Corpus to get a better understanding of gender differences in the language of sport. Discover what they found:
"04.08.2016 14:30:00" Congratulations to Pedro Rodríguez Santos from Mexico and his class of very young dancers! They are June's Super Safari's On Safari monthly winner thanks to this cute entry. Could you be July's? We will be announcing the next monthly winner soon. Find out
"02.08.2016 14:05:16" cambridge.org Ideas for an Olympics-themed class - Cambridge Conversations With the 2016 Olympics only a few days away why not bring the excitement of the games into the language classroom? Natilly Macartney shares some... Did you know that over one million people are currently learning English in preparation for working or volunteering at Rio 2016? With the Olympics only 5 days away, here are 4 ways you can bring the excitement of the games into the language classroom!
"01.08.2016 14:10:31" cambridge.org Ideas for an Olympics-themed class - Cambridge Conversations With the 2016 Olympics only a few days away why not bring the excitement of the games into the language classroom? Natilly Macartney shares some... Did you know that over one million people are currently learning English in preparation for working or volunteering at Rio 2016? With the Olympics only 5 days away, here are 4 ways you can bring the excitement of the games into the language classroom!
"29.07.2016 16:22:47" thinkvalues.cambridge.org THiNK Beyond Language We're supporting charitable work to improve access to education around the world. Upload a photo and we will donate 50p to this cause. Help us reach our target of £15,000! We're pledging support for the promotion of access of education for all. Find out how you can join us in supporting this cause by simply taking and sharing a selfie: bit.ly/2aDY2kv
"25.07.2016 15:57:49" onsafari.cambridge.org Don't miss your chance to WIN a Super Safari party! Get started by creating your very own Super Safari dance video that will excite the whole class. Take your class On Safari in July for your chance to be this month's winner! Have your class got their safari costumes ready? Create and upload your entry before July 31st and they could all win a Super Safari goody bag to take home: bit.ly/1tkIVnC
"19.07.2016 10:41:25" cambridge.org Win a set of 10 Cambridge readers in time for summer! Take part in our English reader challenge by tweeting us a review of your favourite reader in just 140 characters or less #ReaderReview Could you or your students write a review on your favourite reader in only 140 characters? This is the challenge we're setting with our latest competition! Win a set of 10 Cambridge readers by tweeting us a review of your favourite - just make sure to use
"14.07.2016 14:25:10" Timeline Photos What impact do ebooks have on the teaching and learning of English? Laura Patsko and Rolf Tynan share their findings from a three-month classroom research study in this webinar catch-up: http://bit.ly/29UPdm5
"11.07.2016 15:19:37" cambridge.org Sensational sagas and footballing flops - an analysis of language of... In a week of European drama both on and off the football pitch, our Language Research team has collected and analysed more than 2 million words of... A huge congratulations to 'resilient' Portugal, winners of Euro 2016. Whether you're celebrating or saddened after the results, the tournament has conjured strong emotions. Our Language Research team has been busy collecting and analysing more than 2
"07.07.2016 16:06:25" cambridge.org Vive la (online) Collaboration - a tale of how two (virtual) heads are better than one What are the advantages of online collaborative activities? Marcin Lewandowski explores what opportunities they can present for language learners. Being an autonomous and independent learner is crucial for successful language learning. The ability to What are the advantages of online collaborative activities? Marcin Lewandowski explores what opportunities they can present for language learners: bit.ly/29kNW52
"04.07.2016 13:00:01" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Moving from print coursebooks to ebooks Tuesday 5 July | 15:00 BST Don't forget to sign up for tomorrow's webinar looking at the results of a three month long research study on ebooks with Embassy English school. The presenters, Laura patsko and Rolf Tynan will also be sharing practical recommendations based on the
"30.06.2016 13:54:00" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Moving from print coursebooks to ebooks Tuesday 5 July | 15:00 BST What impact do ebooks have on the teaching and learning of English? What are the practical implications? Laura Patsko and Rolf Tynan conducted a three-month research study with Embassy English school after their adoption of face2face ebooks. Discover the
"29.06.2016 14:00:00" Earlier this year, we asked you tell us how learning or teaching English with Interchange has changed your life. Watch the winning story by Thiago Silva from Brazil and hear other inspirational tales from Interchange users, both past and present:
"27.06.2016 13:49:30" Don't forget to enter your own little lions, monkeys, giraffes and parrots into our On Safari competition! Enter the competition by June 30 for your chance to be this month's winners. Find out how here: bit.ly/1tkIVnC
"23.06.2016 14:00:01" dictionaryblog.cambridge.org European Union – in or out? The language of the UK's referendum by Liz Walter On June 23rd, Britain will decide whether or not to remain part of the European Union (EU). I'm more than happy to bore friends with my own views on the subject, but the purpose of th… Today is a big day in European history as the UK holds a referendum on whether to stay part of the European Union or to have a 'Brexit'. Here's a handy article aimed at learners by language expert, Liz Walter, on the language used in the referendum
"21.06.2016 14:24:58" onsafari.cambridge.org Don't miss your chance to WIN a Super Safari party! Get started by creating your very own Super Safari dance video that will excite the whole class. One week left until we pick the next On Safari monthly winners! Could your pupils dance their way to winning a Super Safari goody bag with puppets and a colouring book? Make sure to add your entry to our gallery by 30 June for your chance to win:
"20.06.2016 15:33:46" Velawoods English - 40% discount in June 2016 Do you know any self-study learners looking for an online English course? Velawoods English is a fun, fully immersive online course for anyone serious about learning English. The course leads low-level learners through a world with identifiable
"16.06.2016 14:49:26" cambridge.org Feedback for Moving Forward Johanna Stirling hosted our webinar last week looking at the importance of formative feedback, and the activities you could do in class to incorporate feedback into both language and language skills work. Johanna starts by reminding us that… What the difference between summative and formative feedback? Johanna Stirling explains all in this webinar catch-up exploring the topic of feedback: bit.ly/2603C9z
"14.06.2016 15:16:17" cambridge.org Understanding and encouraging willingness to communicate in the classroom #3 In his final post from the 'Willingness to Communicate' series, Prof. Hayo Reinders continues to explore WTC in the language classroom. In his previous post, Hayo outlined some of the key strategies to encourage WTC, and how these are often related to the In the final post from the 'Willingness to Communicate' series, Prof. Hayo Reinders gives examples for promoting WTC strategies in the language classroom: bit.ly/25V6Pr0
"09.06.2016 17:42:53" Congratulations to Oksana Puzakova from Russia and her class 2G! There are our first monthly winner of the second round of the On Safari competition. Thanks to their very cute dancing and signing skills, they have all won a Polly Parrot puppet and
"06.06.2016 15:52:20" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Feedback for Moving Forward Don't miss out on our webinar tomorrow! Johanna Stirling, Academic Manager of the NILE Online Teacher Development courses, will be demonstrating the importance of feedback, and how you can develop formative feedback skills to help learners to improve:
"03.06.2016 12:47:26" iatefltalks.org Explore the talks from Cambridge English at IATEFL 2016 You may have missed IATEFL by a couple of months, but don't worry - you can still watch the recordings for all the Cambridge English talks! Whether your interested in developing thinking skills in teenage learners or the latest teacher research findings,
"01.06.2016 14:44:27" cambridge.org Understanding and Encouraging Willingness to Communicate in the Language Classroom #2 If increasing learners' WTC is an important goal in language teaching, then it is important for teachers to be able to determine their students' current level of WTC as well as any changes therein. Professor Hayo Reinders is back in this second part of his series on encouraging students to communicate in the classroom. This time he explores how you can determine your students WTC levels: bit.ly/1O5eMSq
"27.05.2016 15:15:03" cambridge.org Understanding and Encouraging Willingness to Communicate in the Language Classroom #1 In the first in a new, short series of posts, Prof. Hayo Reinders explores the concept of 'Willingness to Communicate'. Producing the target language is an important factor contributing to success in language acquisition (Swain and Lapkin 1995). Many Willingness to Communicate (WTC) is a concept that has recently started to receive considerable attention in second-language acquisition research and language teaching practice. Professor Hayo Reinder has written a short series exploring this idea and how
"26.05.2016 15:01:49" onsafari.cambridge.org Don't miss your chance to WIN a Super Safari party! Get started by creating your very own Super Safari dance video that will excite the whole class. Could your very young learners be the next stars appearing in our Super Safari singing and dancing competition? Enter the On Safari competition in the next week and your class could be May's monthly winners! Find out more: http://bit.ly/1XV7sLl
"24.05.2016 15:38:19" cambridge.org Supporting and exploiting student-generated videos Ceri began by introducing how the video project can be scaffolded, and recommends referring to the Students in the Director's Chair project pack for practical lesson plans on how to run the video creation project in class. In her webinar she explains Last week, Ceri Jones looked at how video projects can maximise language use and practice, while making the most of your students' knowledge and experience as digital video consumers. Catch-up on the webinar: http://bit.ly/27RiEgi
"20.05.2016 15:14:13" cambridge.org Using authentic practice tests in IELTS classrooms #2: Writing Allen began by considering the benefits of using authentic practice tests to prepare for the exam: doing so helps teachers both to monitor students' progress, and to provide holistic, meaningful feedback, and enables students to understand the tasks In this webinar catch-up, teacher trainer and testing examiner, Allen Davenport, explores the ways authentic practice tests can be used to prepare students for the IELTS Writing tests: http://bit.ly/27HOZ9t
"18.05.2016 14:46:47" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Integrating video in secondary classrooms - Ceri Jones Thursday 19 May | 15:00 UK Time Don't forget to sign-up for the webinar tomorrow with Ceri Jones! She will be providing practical tips for running video project class with teenagers: http://bit.ly/1TcRhc5
"17.05.2016 14:37:25" Timeline Photos Do you have what it takes to be a Cambridge Language Research Ambassador? We're running a competition for junior researchers (your students!) to help us create the brand new Cambridge Schools Corpus. Find out about last month's winner and how you can get
"16.05.2016 15:12:38" Timeline Photos Ceri Jones is back! On Thursday, Ceri will be discussing the practical stages of setting up, creating and feeding back on student video projects, while maximising language use and practice. Sign up here: http://bit.ly/1TcRhc5
"13.05.2016 14:50:00" thinkvalues.cambridge.org Teach your students to THiNK beyond language with a free Values lesson plan! We're supporting charitable work to improve access to education around the world. Upload a photo and we will donate 50p to this cause. Help us reach our target of £15,000! Values are what guide us through life and inform the way in which we interact with others. They're becoming an increasingly important part of many curricula - but how do you teach values in the classroom?
Explore the value of access to education with
"13.05.2016 10:00:00" Timeline Photos Join us on Monday for a webinar with Allen Davenport, which will provide guidance for teachers preparing their students for IELTS. Find out how to avoid over-testing and effectively use authentic practice materials in the classroom to help students
"12.05.2016 14:30:00" cambridge.org Students in the director's chair #1 - Model video clips Watching and making video is a part of everyday life for today's YouTuber teens. It's increasingly a part of the modern classroom experience too, helping to increase learner engagement. The rise of digital video has also made video easier to access, Using real-world videos can be a great tool for teaching and learning English whilst discovering more about cultures around the world.
Why not help your students develop their creativity with a filmmaking project? Eyes Open & Uncover authors Ben
"11.05.2016 11:00:00" onsafari.cambridge.org Don't miss your chance to WIN a Super Safari party! Get started by creating your very own Super Safari dance video that will excite the whole class. Looking for classroom activities for your young learners? Why not create a fun dance video using our lesson plan - and you have the chance to win a Super Safari party too! Click here to download everything you need to create your
"11.05.2016 11:00:00" onsafari.cambridge.org Don't miss your chance to WIN a Super Safari party! Get started by creating your very own Super Safari dance video that will excite the whole class. Looking for classroom activities for your young learners? Why not create a fun dance video using our lesson plan - and you have the chance to win a Super Safari party too! Click here to download everything you need to create your
"10.05.2016 14:00:00" cambridge.org Learning oriented assessment and technology In this week's webinar, we were joined by Evelina Galaczi of Cambridge English Language Assessment's Research and Thought Leadership Group. An experienced teacher, teacher-trainer, and program administrator, Evelina was keen to share examples of how In this webinar catch-up, Evelina Galaczi shares examples of how technology can expand learning and assessment beyond the traditional classroom and shows how technology can be used in providing individualised feedback to support effective teaching and
"10.05.2016 12:05:17" Timeline Photos Join us on Thursday for a webinar with Allen Davenport, which will provide guidance for teachers preparing their students for IELTS. Find out how to avoid over-testing and effectively use authentic practice materials in the classroom to help students
"10.05.2016 07:40:48" Timeline Photos Join us this afternoon for a webinar with Allen Davenport, which will provide guidance for teachers preparing their students for IELTS. Find out how to avoid over-testing and effectively use authentic practice materials in the classroom to help students
"04.05.2016 13:59:19" Congratulations to Pedro Rodriguez, from Brazil - our last monthly winner of My Life, My Interchange! Make sure to stay tuned to find out who has won the grand prize - a 13-inch Macbook Air, Beats by Dre Headphones and a $500 USD Gift Card. We will be
"03.05.2016 16:03:38" Timeline Photos This year, Grammar in Use will be seeing it's 8th Summer Olympics Games! See what has changed over those years: http://bit.ly/30YearsofGiU #EGU30years
"29.04.2016 16:31:33" Timeline Photos Join Evelina Galaczi next week to explore the concept of Learning Oriented Assessment and gain an understanding for how technology can be used in providing individualised feedback to support effective teaching and learning: http://bit.ly/1TAAdJW
"29.04.2016 15:22:03" interchange4.com Video Contest | Interchange4 One day left to enter My Life, My Interchange! For the chance to win some great prizes, just upload a video explaining how Interchange changed your life: http://bit.ly/1UlL0tG
"28.04.2016 15:43:00" thinkvalues.cambridge.org THiNK Beyond Language We're supporting charitable work to improve access to education around the world. Upload a photo and we will donate 50p to this cause. Help us reach our target of £15,000! Have you uploaded your selfie yet? Here are ours! For every photo that gets uploaded to the THiNK Values site, we will donate 50p towards charity initiatives working to improve access to education. Upload your photo today: http://bit.ly/THiNKValues
"28.04.2016 14:20:04" cambridge.org Taking teenage students seriously To assure students that we do take them seriously, we need not only to take them seriously, but also to make it clear to them that we are doing so. In last week's webinar, Herbert Puchta explored how teachers can create the best conditions for teenage students to learn.
He began the session by looking back at a blog post from Mark Andrews, in which Mark argued that taking learners seriously – and
"26.04.2016 15:01:30" cambridge.org Steps to successful communication: Enabling young learners to become effective speakers Why do young learners need to communicate?
- To develop their personalities.
- To relate to other people in social contexts, in everyday interactions.
- To succeed in an academic context.
- As communication is an important 21st century skill, and sp Successful communication is key to a successful future for young learners – in both a social and an academic context. In their latest webinar, Guess What! authors Susannah Reed and Lesley Koustaff explored some of the barriers that may prevent young
"25.04.2016 13:18:36" Timeline Photos English Grammar in Use was published the same year the first .com web address was registered. Now over a 100 million people have used both! Read their stories: http://bit.ly/30YearsofGiU
"25.04.2016 13:13:07" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Advanced learners and their needs If you've never used Adobe Connect, get a quick overview: http://www.adobe.com/products/adobeconnect.html Adobe, the Adobe logo, Acrobat and Adobe Connect are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States Don't forget about our webinar tomorrow with Cambridge English Empower author, Craig Thaine! He will be discussing what kinds of materials and learning environments motivate learners, the importance of feedback, and the value of Learning Oriented
"22.04.2016 13:03:37" events-emea2.adobeconnect.com Advanced learners and their needs Tuesday 26 April | 15:00 BST How does your perception of your learner's needs match the needs self-identified by your learners? Join Craig Thaine on Tuesday to explore what kinds of materials and learning environments motivate learners, the importance of feedback, and the value of
"21.04.2016 16:16:35" interchange4.com Video Contest | Interchange4 Only one week left to enter My Life, My Interchange! To be in with a chance of winning a MacBook Air and $500 gift card, just send us a video explaining how Interchange has changed your life: http://bit.ly/1r23Nif
"20.04.2016 14:34:18" cambridge.org Innovation in Language Teaching: What does it Look Like in Practice? In the first of a new series on innovation in language teaching, Professor Hayo Reinders asks how we can recognise genuine innovation. The word “innovation” is often used to describe a product or development that is “new” or “enhanced” in some way. As a What does innovation in language teaching look like? Professor Hayo Reinders explores this topic in his mini-series over on Cambridge Conversations. Catch-up on the full series now: http://bit.ly/1Stpn8b
"19.04.2016 14:22:55" Timeline Photos When English Grammar in Use was released in 1985, the pop star Madonna was at the height of fame. Grammar in Use has since gone on to achieve popularity to rival the 'Material Girl' herself!
See the evolution of the Grammar in Use series:
"18.04.2016 16:18:12" Timeline Photos Herbert Puchta will be presenting a webinar on Tuesday, that will provide practical tips on how to overcome the challenge of engaging teenage learners. Make sure you don't miss out and sign up here: http://bit.ly/1YDakub
"18.04.2016 15:03:26" Cambridge University Press ELT
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"17.04.2016 14:25:47" iatefltalks.org Explore the talks from Cambridge English at IATEFL 2016 Catch-up on all the Cambridge English talks from IATEFL 2016! Thank you for everyone who came to visit us at this year's IATEFL conference! Don't forget, you can still catch-up on all Cambridge English talks, from integrating ebooks to exploring what it means to be a teacher of English: http://bit.ly/23xXJvD
"14.04.2016 12:54:29" iatefltalks.org Explore the talks from Cambridge English at IATEFL 2016 From Wednesday 13th to Saturday 16th April Cambridge English talks will take place at IATEFL, Birmingham. Explore the schedule and catch up with recordings at IATEFLtalks.org It's THiNK Thursday at IATEFL! Herbert Puchta will be exploring how to foster responsibility in the teenage classroom in Hall 1 at 15:00, followed by a visit to stand 65-67 for cake and bubbly! Anyone what has attended the talk will also be able to pick
"13.04.2016 11:37:01" Timeline Photos Are you visiting IATEFL today? Head to the Cambridge English stand in the afternoon coffee break to meet Penny Ur and be in with a chance of winning a copy of '100 Teaching Tips'!
Don't forget - you can also catch up with all our talks over on our