See how established ELT authors started their careers right here on onestopenglish!
Lindsay Clandfield's winning lesson practises the modal verb can (ability) using a game of questions.
Alex Case's winning lesson introduces students to graded readers through speaking and personalization, allowing them to find out about each others' tastes in books.
This winning lesson by Daniel Barber gives students practice in offering opinions, agreeing and disagreeing.
Jackie McAvoy wins the competition with a lesson that presents and practises narrative writing.
You want to break into materials writing for ELT, but you have no contacts. One way to get your name and materials known is to send an unsolicited proposal to an ELT publisher. This can show what your ideas about teaching and learning are and what a great writer of classroom materials you are. This article aims to give some help in organizing unsolicited proposals.
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Co-authors of our Mobile English series, Nicky Hockly and Gavin Dudeney reveal all about their careers in English language teaching and writing. One of them has dabbled with stand-up comedy and the other used to be a technophobe – can you guess which?
Brian Boyd, author and creator Grammarman, reveals all about the origins of his correction-crusading superhero and life in bustling Bangkok. He also admits that although he’s a master illustrator, drawing diagrams on a whiteboard isn’t necessarily his strong point!