Our 'Magazine' section continues to grow and has become an invaluable resource for teachers around the world.

This is thanks to all of your blog posts throughout May and June this year. Last month, over 65,000 people read your blog posts!

Our four new topics for July and August 2016 look at the theme of 'managing the lesson' and ask you to think about some of the approaches you use when teaching, giving feedback, challenging students and thinking about effective classroom management

As always, we'd love to get ideas from you about the topics you want to write about and feedback about the TeachingEnglish website. Please let us know what topics you're interested in by emailing us at teachingenglish@britishcouncil.org

Not a registered blogger? If you'd like your blog posts to appear on TeachingEnglish, click the link below to find out how.

www.teachingenglish.org.uk/become-a-teachingenglish-blogger

Thanks and happy blogging, Paul

TeachingEnglish team

Blog topic 1

What are some of the best or most effective ways you've found of giving feedback to your students or doing error correction?

Blog topic 2

There are many approaches and methodologies in teaching English - PPP, TTT, TBL, Dogme are just a few. But do we really follow these structures, methodologies or approaches or do our lessons grow organically from a loose plan. How do we ensure that our teaching includes space for spontaneity?

Blog topic 3

Classroom management. How do you define it in your context and what does it really entail?

Blog topic 4

Nearly all teachers face a challenging class or student at some point in their careers. Think about a class or a particular student - why was it/(s)he challenging? How did you deal with the situation?

Comments

The blog topics are always innovative and thoughtful.They go a long way in enhancing the English teachers' vision and the professional enrichment I thank Mr Paul Braddock for his insight and scholarship in choosing the interesting topics month after the month

Add new comment

Log in or register to post comments