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In this section, you will find a number of publications, webinar recordings, conference presentations and interviews to help you develop your skills and knowledge as a teacher educator in the professional practice 'Knowing the subject'. All of the content you will find here is from across the TeachingEnglish website and provides insight and ideas to support your work in a variety of aspects related to teacher education.

27 October, 2020
This paper reports on a study of oral skills development in pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes (EAP) classes.
4 October, 2020
Watch a recording of this round table discussion from the IATEFL British Council World Teachers' Day web conference...
27 July, 2020
Find out more about our FutureLearn course for teachers, available now
23 July, 2020
Download our recommended resources and guidance to help you develop your skills in the professional practice 'Knowing...
26 May, 2020
Watch a recording of our latest webinar exploring the ways in which use of the learners' own language(s) can support...
25 May, 2020
Grow your skills as a teacher and learn more about professional development for teachers. 
21 May, 2020
This paper provides an analysis of the factors that facilitate intercultural relations through the English language. 
23 October, 2019
Are you challenging your students enough to learn English? How do you know if tangible learning is taking place in your...
17 October, 2019
This self-study guide for teachers and teacher educators looks at knowing the subject.
3 May, 2019
Watch a recording of this 1-hour webinar on cross-cultural awareness with Dr. Susan Barduhn.
23 March, 2019
This book reports the results of the monitoring and evaluation of an innovative English Language Teaching. 
29 November, 2018
Pronunciation straddles two domains: it is part language - like grammar or vocabulary, and part skill - like speaking...
23 October, 2018
This webinar looks at the teaching of English as a Foreign language in pre-primary education and shares the results of...
23 October, 2018
The British Council sponsored the live-streaming of the IATEFL Pronunciation SIG - NATECLA London conference '...
23 October, 2018
The British Council sponsored the live-streaming of the IATEFL Pronunciation SIG - NATECLA London conference '...
23 February, 2018
This research study used eyetracking methods to investigate how learners process text, audio and pictures.
7 March, 2017
In this talk, Scott Thornbury looks at some of the basic principles of learning and education.
26 July, 2016
In this talk, Clare discusses effective strategies for giving students feedback on their writing.
6 February, 2014
Watch a recording of this webinar with Lizzie Pinard, looking at learner autonomy and practical methods that we can use...
1 February, 2014
Recorded in March 2014, this webinar by Keith Kelly looks at the successful implementation of CLIL.
8 November, 2013
Watch a recording of David Petrie's webinar, where he looks at developing students' writing skills for success in exams.
23 September, 2013
Watch a recording of Adam Simpson's webinar, where he looks at exploring language through creative activities.
22 September, 2013
Watch a recording of this webinar with Averil Coxhead, focusing on the key points English for Specific Purposes (ESP)...
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27 June, 2013
The second Primary Innovations Research Seminar in Bangkok, March 2008.
11 June, 2013
This publication covers an important theme of evaluation and assessment of English language learning.
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18 April, 2013
The British Council works closely with universities and other research institutions to fund and publish ELT research. 
28 February, 2013
This is a collection of innovative, practical experiences and ideas from differing contexts across the world. 
1 September, 2012
Watch a recording of this talk by Chia Suan Chong from November 2012.
26 June, 2012
Watch a recording of this webinar with Anthony Gaughan looking at the ingredients that go into making a great lesson.
17 March, 2012
Edited by Fiona Copland and Sue Garton with Monika Davis, this is a book for primary school teachers of English.

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