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In this lesson, students do a quiz about England for St George’s Day, debate national days and write a quiz about their own country or national day.
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This month the panel discusses videos and the flipped classroom, the most annoying word in America, Special Interest Groups and contrastive analysis. We also have an interview with Adrian Underhill, creator of the Sound Foundations phonemic chart, series editor of the Macmillan Books for teachers, and founder of the IATEFL Teacher Development Special Interest Group.
Varinder Unlu, Academic Director at Bloomsbury International and Coordinator for IATEFL IP & SEN Special Interest Group, offers some insights and advice into teaching students with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD).
In this lesson, students discuss famous musicals and create their own.
Travel broadens the mind but it’s also a great chance to improve your English with this handy collection of holiday resources.
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