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Language Rich Africa policy dialogue - The Cape Town language and development conference: Looking beyond 2015

This publication draws together papers presented at the 10th International Language and Development Conference.

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Factors influencing success in teaching English in state primary schools

This report considers best practice for teaching English as a Foreign Language in the primary sector.

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Directory of UK ELT research 2011–12

Directory of UK ELT Research 2011-12 contains a total of 721 entries from 60 different institutions.

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Innovations in the continuing professional development of English language teachers

This publication brings together thirteen papers covering a wide range of educational contexts.

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Language issues in migration and integration: Perspectives from teachers and learners

This book from ESOL Nexus is about the role of language in the integration of migrants. 

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Tell it Again! The Storytelling Handbook for Primary English Language Teachers

This is a new revised edition of 'Tell it Again!' a story-based methodology for primary English language teaching. 

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Language Rich Europe conclusions and future perspectives

This report lists recommendations that came out of the Language Rich Europe project.

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Language Rich Europe: Multilingualism for stable and prosperous societies - review and recommendations

This publication calls for the new policies to promote and support multilingualism.

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Language Rich Europe: Trends in policies and practices for multilingualism in Europe

This report investigates how ‘language rich’ are the current language policies and practices in the EU.

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The English Language in Francophone West Africa

This publication examines the language situations in eight West African nations.

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Language Teacher Education: an Integrated Programme for ELT Teacher Training

Originally published in 1987, this book aimed to address teachers’ needs according to context.

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ESP for the University

This book, from 1986, provides a snapshot of developments in ESP teaching at university level during the 1970s and early 1980s.

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English as a Second Language in the United Kingdom

This is, of course, as much a key topic in the UK as it was in 1985 when this book was originally published.

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Language Issues and Education Policies - Exploring Canada’s Multilingual Resources

Very different to the other ELT documents, this volume focuses on the work of a single institution: the Modern Language Centre at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE).

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Language Teaching Projects for the Third World

This document, from 1983, offers a selection of project case studies and commentaries from various African contexts.

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Humanistic Approaches: an empirical view

This is a delightful read, which attempts to provide an introduction to latest thinking in 1982 on a wide range of humanistic topics.

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Developments in the Training of Teachers of English

This volume dates from 1979 and is a gem for anyone interested in the early days of university level ELT qualifications, especially in the UK.

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English as an International Language

This concise volume from 1978 is pre-‘World Englishes’ and before the acceptance of Kachru’s model of the inner, outer and expanding circles of English language use.

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Language Improvement for English Teachers

This book was produced following the Hornby workshop on language improvement for teachers in Senegal in 2009.

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Maximising learning in large classes

This very practical and ‘teacher-friendly’ publication was produced following a Hornby workshop on teaching large classes in Ethiopia in 2006.

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The impact of English on learners’ wider lives

What benefits can English language skills bring to a person’s life, both professional and personal? 

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Inspiring English teachers: a comparative study of learner perceptions of inspirational teaching

What makes teachers motivating? 

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Portraits of inspiring English teachers in China and Indonesia

This paper investigates the nature of inspiring English language teaching.

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Key factors and challenges in transition from primary to secondary schooling in ELT: an international perspective

 This paper addresses important issues relating to the transition from primary to secondary school.

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Readers’ cognitive processes during IELTS reading tests: evidence from eye tracking

This paper investigates readers’ mental processes when taking reading tests. 

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English reconceived: Raising teachers’ awareness of English as a ‘plurilithic’ resource through an online course

This report raises awareness of the ‘plurilithic’ nature of English.

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Identity in foreign language learning and teaching: why listening to our students’ and teachers’ voices really matters

This study explores the identity perceptions, declared learner achievement and teacher perceptions. 

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Own-language use in ELT: exploring global practices and attitudes

This research paper explores teachers' attitudes to own-language use in the classroom.

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How to make yourself understood by international students: The role of metaphor in academic tutorials

This paper reports on an oral interactions between lecturers and international students.

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Learner autonomy: English language teachers’ beliefs and practices

What does learner autonomy mean to teachers?  

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