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A renowned British journalist, who spent the 1950s “on the road”, touring Britain as a member of a jazz group, observed that the further away from London he travelled, the more individuality and character...

St. Andrews

The town of St Andrews, situated on the east coast of Scotland, in the “East Neuk” (Scots for “corner”) of the county of Fife, has a historical and cultural importance out of all proportion...

Reducing L1 in the English classroom

L1 vs. L2 in the classroom Should there be L1 in the English classroom? It’s an age-old debate. Deller (2003) believes that it is useful for students to use L1 in the classroom in...

Who is afraid of poetry in the CLIL classroom?

In 2007, Carter stated that “literature has begun to assume a higher profile in contexts of second language acquisition” (p. 10). This assertion was made at the time CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning)...

Measuring progress in academic ESL classes

Language teachers often discuss the difficulty of measuring how well their students are doing. A typical comment goes something like, “When you’re testing in a history class (or biology, or law, etc.) it’s easy....

Assessment in the multi-level classroom

Testing and assessment are important in any classroom. In addition to the obvious goal of finding out if students have learned what is required for the end of term or year, assessment also gives...

Using graphic novels in the ELT classroom

Graphic novels are becoming more and more prominent in ELT, either as stand-alone illustrated readers or as stories integrated into general coursebooks, such as in Interactive Student’s Book 1-4 (Cambridge University Press). A graphic...