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07 Jul 2015

Our latest blog of the month award goes to Rachel Williams and her post Spelling doesn’t have to mean Test. If you are looking for ways...

25 May 2015

Our latest blog of the month award goes to Tekhnologic for a post called Tic-tac-toe – setting discussion goals

The post looks at...

16 Apr 2015

Our latest blog of the month award goes to IELTS Advantage and their post Helping IELTS students practice phonetics at home for free....

18 Feb 2015

Our latest blog of the month award goes to Adam Simpson and Paul Mains for their co-written post  4 Songs for teaching the 4 English...

16 May 2013

This year the British Council invited ELT bloggers interested in reporting on the annual IATEFL conference to become a 'Liverpool Online...

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07 Sep 2012

Susan Sheehan, of the British Council, will be attending the The British Association for Applied Linguistics' 45th annual meeting at the...

  • This month's shortlistChrysa Papalazarou: Sentence-Phrase-Word: Capturing the essence of a textLarissa's Languages: Teaching for exams? Have fun - A card game to reviseRob Howard: 35 Idioms for classSvetlana Kandybovich: Word gamesOlya Sergeeva:...
  • This month's shortlist:Shanthi Cumaraswamy: An appointment with your hairdresser – let's talk hair in English ELT-connect: L1 in the L2 Classroom – For or Against? Olya Sergeeva: Avoiding saying ‘no’ – a lesson plan Critisna Cabal: Some nice no-prep...
  • This month's shortlist:Teknologic: Seven ideas for using mobile phones in the classroom Joanna Malefaki: Feedback on writing Sandy Millin: Useful links for CELTA Cristina Cabal: Six Wonderful Sites to Help you Write, Speak and Sound Better Kasia...
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  • Below is the winner and the shortlist:Winner: Tailor made English – Damian Williams & Stephen GreeneOur congratulations to Damian and Stephen, who provided insightful and extensive coverage of IATEFL online 2013. Each post gave a very clear...
  • BAAL is Britain’s national organisation for scholars of Applied Linguistics, with over 800 members from universities across the UK. From the beginning, BAAL has taken a close interest in the development of educational policies on language within the...