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Our latest blog of the month award goes to Svetlana Kandybovich and her post Going graphic: 4 squares for better speaking. In her post,...

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Our latest blog of the month award goes to Rachel Williams and her post Spelling doesn’t have to mean Test. If you are looking for ways...

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Our latest blog of the month award goes to Tekhnologic for a post called Tic-tac-toe – setting discussion goals

The post looks at...

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Our latest blog of the month award goes to IELTS Advantage and their post Helping IELTS students practice phonetics at home for free....

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Our latest blog of the month award goes to Adam Simpson and Paul Mains for their co-written post  4 Songs for teaching the 4 English...

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As with recent years, the British Council invited a number of ELT bloggers interested in reporting on the annual IATEFL conference to...

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This year the British Council invited ELT bloggers interested in reporting on the annual IATEFL conference to become a 'Liverpool Online...

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Susan Sheehan, of the British Council, will be attending the The British Association for Applied Linguistics' 45th annual meeting at the...

  • This month's shortlistMike Astbury: Adapting games – Truth be told with second conditionalsCarissa Peck: Chain Game - Links for Fast FinishersPeter Pun: 35 ways to introduce your lesson topicCristina Cabal: Inspiration from Ellen Degeneres Show:...
  • This month's shortlistChrysa Papalazarou: Sentence-Phrase-Word: Capturing the essence of a textLarissa's Languages: Teaching for exams? Have fun - A card game to reviseRob Howard: 35 Idioms for classSvetlana Kandybovich: Word gamesOlya Sergeeva:...
  • This month's shortlist:Shanthi Cumaraswamy: An appointment with your hairdresser – let's talk hair in English ELT-connect: L1 in the L2 Classroom – For or Against? Olya Sergeeva: Avoiding saying ‘no’ – a lesson plan Critisna Cabal: Some nice no-prep...
  • This month's shortlist:Teknologic: Seven ideas for using mobile phones in the classroom Joanna Malefaki: Feedback on writing Sandy Millin: Useful links for CELTA Cristina Cabal: Six Wonderful Sites to Help you Write, Speak and Sound Better Kasia...
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  • Below is the winner, the shortlist, a selection of recommended posts and special mentions.Winner: Reflections of an English language teacher - Lizzie PinardCongratulations to Lizzie, who provided insightful and extensive coverage of IATEFL online...
  • Below is the winner and the shortlist:Winner: Tailor made English – Damian Williams & Stephen GreeneOur congratulations to Damian and Stephen, who provided insightful and extensive coverage of IATEFL online 2013. Each post gave a very clear...
  • BAAL is Britain’s national organisation for scholars of Applied Linguistics, with over 800 members from universities across the UK. From the beginning, BAAL has taken a close interest in the development of educational policies on language within the...