In this section, you will find a number of blog posts, which have been written to help you develop your skills and knowledge as a teacher in the professional practice 'Using inclusive practices'. From primary-aged students to adult learners of English, the blog posts you will find here are practical, insightful and full of ideas to support your teaching and planning for all kinds of classrooms.

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Managing differentiated learning in traditional language skills activities

Planning an activity which fits all students is a utopian dream. But, if we keep our feet on the ground, we need to think about strategies that respond to the different levels and interests present in our classroom. Let´s have a look at some ideas for dealing with diversity in activities involving the four traditional skills.

Unplanned opportunities - A lesson in culture

There are often times in a lesson when an unplanned opportunity for learning - language or otherwise - arises. Think of a time this has happened. How did you adjust your plan to take advantage of it? What was the outcome?

Research and insight

Browse fascinating case studies, research papers, publications and books by researchers and ELT experts from around the world.

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