Teaching English with Oxford

When we think of play, we think of fun, creative, symbolic and social experiences. Yet play is not just an exclusive form of enjoyment for young children. Play is a powerful mechanism for supporting the development of a wide range of skills in learners of all ages - including adults! Ahead of my upcoming session at the English Language Teaching Online Conference, here are some common misconceptions I encounter...
When we think of play, we think of fun, creative, symbolic and social experiences. Yet play is not just an exclusive form of enjoyment for young children. Play is a powerful mechanism for supporting the development of a wide range of skills in learners of all ages - including adults! Ahead of my upcoming session at the English Language Teaching Online Conference, here are some common misconceptions I encounter...
Can AI make language learning more personalised and inclusive for all learners? There are many claims for what AI can do for language learning. But do they stand up to scrutiny? One claim for AI is that it can adapt the learning to each individual – it can personalise their learning. In this way, it can make learning far more inclusive. AI responds constructively to the student who is struggling...
Robin Walker and Gemma Archer respond to some more common worries teachers have about pronunciation and offer practical solutions to improve your teaching. In...
In the evolving landscape of education, generative AI stands out as a transformative tool for teachers. AI offers teachers a wealth of opportunities to...
In the diverse landscape of today’s classrooms, we as teachers constantly strive to meet the varied needs of our students. By using differentiation strategies...
Robin Walker and Gemma Archer respond to common worries teachers have about pronunciation and offer practical solutions to improve your teaching. Over the years,...

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