Find a range of publications and research, as well as engaging and informative webinar and conference recordings from ELT experts around the world, that are relevant to the professional practice 'Using multilingual approaches'.
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3 April, 2012
Case studies from around the British Council’s global networkThis collection of case studies aims to share some experiences in promoting positive attitudes and thinking around specific needs. 
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27 March, 2012
Jelena Mihaljević DjigunovićChildren are starting to learn English at increasingly younger ages.  This paper researches the phenomenon from a contextualised perspective.  
18 March, 2012
Edited by Dr Christopher TribbleDrawing on a wide range of international experience, this new collection focuses on the challenges of designing and implementing English language teaching change...
17 March, 2012
Edited by Fiona Copland and Sue Garton with Monika DavisThis is a book for primary school teachers of English written by primary school teachers of English. 
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6 March, 2012
Clare WardmanThis research paper reports on a study conducted in the north of England into the provision of support for children who speak English as an Additional Language (EAL).  
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6 March, 2012
Will BakerThis research paper, by Will Baker, reports on a study conducted in Thailand into the development of an online course in intercultural awareness and communication.  
6 March, 2012
Do you use songs in your lessons? How? Watch how Seema uses them and then share your ideas below!
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3 March, 2012
Dr. Stephen Bax.Edited by Philip Powell-DaviesThe three reports published in this volume were commissioned within the research strand of the British Council Access English project. 
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3 March, 2012
Edited by Richard JohnstoneThis report is a direct result of the first English Bilingual Education symposium held in Jakarta in June 2009 as part of the British Council Access English project.  
29 February, 2012
Date: 28 February 2012Theme: Using literature - in particular short stories and poetry - as a tool for language learning has opened up new paths and opportunities for the language teacher and...
22 February, 2012
This paper reports on a study conducted by Huw Jarvis into the perceptions and practices of Thai and Emirati university students in the use of computer-based materials beyond the classroom. 
2 February, 2012
Alan Waters and Maria Luz C. VilchesEffective in-service training (INSET) is vital for both teacher development and curriculum reform. 
11 January, 2012
Date: 19 January 2012Theme: Many teachers have found that social networks and media can provide valuable support for their continuing professional development. However, knowing where to start can...
21 December, 2011
If you have the right facilities in your classroom, powerpoint can be a very useful addition to your teaching toolkit.
20 December, 2011
Edited by Janet EneverThe ELLiE study provides a detailed insight of the policy and implementation processes for early foreign language learning programmes in Europe, giving a rich description of...
24 November, 2011
L. Jin, K. Smith, A. Yahya, A. Chan, M. Choong, A. Lee, V.Ng, P. Poh-Wong, D. YoungLearners with dyslexia have difficulties in reading and writing. In Singapore there are about 20,000 primary and...
14 November, 2011
Viv Edwards and Daguo LiThis paper covers the impact of continuing professional development in China. 
1 November, 2011
How do you use flashcards in your class? Watch Vikki, and then let us know how you use them by leaving a comment below. Remember to check out our flashcard maker too!
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26 October, 2011
Gavin Dudeney asks 'What is digital literacy?' and considers its implications for teachers. October 2011, Bournemouth.
25 October, 2011
Date: 25 October 2011Theme: This webinar will explore different aspects of learner-centred teaching. What does it mean to be 'learner-centred'? Why is it important? We will examine some of the...
18 October, 2011
Sue Garton, Fiona Copland, Anne BurnInvestigating Global Practices in Teaching English to Young Learners was produced in collaboration with Aston University. 
14 October, 2011
Date: 29 November 2011Theme: What is m-learning? There is lots of discussion about this, but what most teachers want is practical examples. This webinar, aimed at teachers with little or no...
26 September, 2011
This book, from 1990, looked at the practical benefits for teachers of classroom research.
26 September, 2011
Originally published in 1987, this book aimed to address teachers’ needs according to context.
26 September, 2011
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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26 September, 2011
This document, from 1983, offers a selection of project case studies and commentaries from various African contexts.
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26 September, 2011
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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26 September, 2011
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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26 September, 2011
This book was produced following the Hornby workshop on language improvement for teachers in Senegal in 2009.
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26 September, 2011
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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