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Robin Walker and Gemma Archer respond to common worries teachers have about pronunciation and offer practical solutions to improve your teaching. Over the years,...
English can be a tricky language, even for those who use it every day. No matter how skilled we are in English, sometimes we...
What is mediation in the context of English language learning? In simple terms, it's the process where students understand, relay and adapt information or...
Because of the way course materials are designed, teachers often use traditional listening exercises in class like gap-fills and multiple-choice questions, to develop their...
Songs are a great way for children to learn English. But where do we start and how do we go about it? In this...
“When teachers see students enjoying singing and dancing, teachers can feel the passionate energy from students and that’s what I enjoy.” My name is Jenny...

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