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Deciphering the “Guilty” Saga of Teacher Evaluation In today’s world of extreme specialization, educational systems are increasingly being held to account with regard to the efficiency of their processes and the standard of their outcomes. Another characteristic of the current international educational context is the idea that teachers should be...

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It's a theory which is bound to put the cat among the pigeons.  The british are proud of the idiomatic humour of their language. But an academic has argued that they are actually falling behind because they insist on using phrases that the rest of the world does not understand.  Professor Jennifer Jenkins, chair of Global Englishes at the University of...

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    Cambridge/Michigan Language Assessment (CaMLA) becomes Michigan Language Assessment. The new brand better reflects Michigan’s 65-year history as developers of outstanding American English language tests. The Michigan brand is one that is recognized across the world as a beacon of excellence and is associated with one of the top public universities...

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Express Publishing 30 Years Anniversary Contest with ‘Ideas Central’: The Resource Book by Teachers for Teachers all around the world!    As part of its 30th birthday celebrations, Express Publishing is giving an opportunity to its newest author – you!   We are looking for teachers with great ideas that they are willing to share with colleagues around...

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    ‘Language Assessment Literacy: Theory and Practice’ Date of the conference: 12th May 2018   Keynote Speakers: Prof. Glenn Fulcher, Univ. of Leicester, UK Prof. Guoxing Yu, Univ. of Bristol, UK   Venue: University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus     Scientific Board: Prof. Dina Tsagari, OsloMet, Norway Prof. Dr. Karin Vogt, University of...

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The Cognitive Aspects of Writing

Paragraphing: It is important to avoid too much eye strain. A piece of writing has to be interesting to attract the reader to new pieces of information. A good paragraph is achieved when a topic sentence is intelligently chosen; the knowledge...

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English Language Games for the Classroom

By Jet Hiensch, Portugal Jet Hiensch, Dutch teacher of English as a foreign language, living in Portugal, develops English language games for in the classroom. All her games are focused on the oral skills. Her slogan is: Let’s get those kids...

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Using TV Commercials in the EFL classroom

     In their quest for motivating and diverse resources for their specific teaching situation, most EFL/ESL language teachers resort to the use of authentic materials- whether in written or spoken form - as a means of providing learners with rich...

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Building Rapport with Students A foolproof way using your own stories

  Opening up to Students Creating rapport with students is essential to keeping students happy and learning. An excellent way to build rapport with students is to create an image of you for them. All Ages  Simplify ypur presentations by bringing the same characters...

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