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This is a module I wrote for teachers at upper primary stage in India.
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There are two wonderful new resources for primary teachers now available on the TeachingEnglish site which I’m delighted to be able to draw...
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As I write this final posting in our discussion on storytelling, I’m getting very excited at the prospect of setting off to Hildesheim in...
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My very first experience of blogging came a few months ago.
  •  I am  attending and giving a workshop at the international conference on Children’s Literature in Language Education - from Picture Books to Young Adult Fiction, jointly organised by the University of Hildesheim and the IATEFL Young learners and...
  • It was when ELT trainer and author, Lindsay Clandfield, invited me to do a 'guest spot' on teaching young learners on his blog 'Six things - A miscellany of English language'. Lindsay's blog is a varied collection of interesting, surprising and...
  • The first is a collection of 17 issues of RealBook News, a newsletter lovingly and skilfully compiled by Opal Dunn, well known writer and expert in children’s literacy, between the years 1997 - 2004 http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/try/teaching-...
  •     4.  TELLING A STORY 1. Introduction Everyone loves to listen to stories. There is hardly anyone among us who has not heard a story during our childhood. Stories keeps children engaged and let them feel that they are also participating in the...