Theresa Zanatta shows us how parents can be encouraged to create opportunities for their children to learn English at home.
The way the video is used and the materials prepared for use with the video will depend on the role the video is to take. Issues such as this are discussed in Video and young learners 1.
This first article will give an introduction to some of the issues surrounding video with young learners. It will discuss the benefits but also the potential drawbacks of using video,
E-learning sites range from static Web pages to interactive learning classrooms. This article concentrates on interactive learning classrooms and focuses on issues of student motivation.
Many teachers who have tried to take an English class onto the internet have often come back with a similar problem - students who are reluctant to work on computers.
These days, using information and computer technology (ICT) really motivates students. This article looks at practical examples that encourage students to develop independent learning strategies,
In this, and an earlier article, we look at the internet and how it can be used by teachers of English as a tool for their own development and as a resource for classroom teaching.
In this, and a following article, we'll be looking at the internet and how it can be used by teachers of English as a tool for their own development and as a resource for classroom teaching.
What is a self-access centre, why might your students benefit from using one, and how might you go about setting one up in your school.
Not all self-access ideas need to cost a fortune. Here are a few ideas for how you might develop resources in your school.