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Welcome to the TeachingEnglish blog. We have new posts every month on a variety of topics.

We also have a series of videos made by some our associates who write on these pages. Each video gives advice on an aspect of teaching. Why not watch this video on Encouraging speaking.

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July 2015 blog topics


RachaelRo
Many thanks to everyone for the blog posts in June, which made very interesting reading. This month, many of us are on a long break for the summer, so our first topic looks at how we as teachers can...
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Sandy Millin: Accent and identity


sandymillin
I find the relationship between accent and identity fascinating. I never noticed my own accent or that of the people around me until I heard my voice for the first time. As part of our language GCSEs...
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Vicky Saumell - Ways of promoting creativity in the classroom


Vicky Saumell
This article is based on a presentation given at IATEFL Harrogate 2014 and is also published in IATEFL 2014 Harrogate Conference Selections (2015).As Einstein once said, “Creativity is intelligence...
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June 2015 blog topics


RachaelRo
Great May blog posts - thank you to everyone who wrote and if you missed any, we encourage you to catch up here!On Thursday 4th this month, don't miss the ELTons, the annual awards celebrating...
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Rachael Roberts - Realia


Rachael Roberts
According to Wikipedia, ‘in education, realia (pronunciation ree-ah-lee-ah) are objects from real life used in classroom instruction by educators to improve students' understanding of other cultures...
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pelinzo's picture pelinzo

I totally agree that exam students can become autonomous but some are more than others.

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CMcLellan's picture CMcLellan

Hi Wassim,
Thanks for your comment - there are a lot of pronunciation resources for...
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wasimkamran's picture wasimkamran

I want to know the base of pronunciation especially for non native speaker.


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