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MAIN FEATURE

Lexical chunks 1: vocabulary for International English

Charles Lowe considers the teaching lexical chunks for International English.

 

Features

Flipped lexis: changing the order in which we teach vocabulary

Anna Kamont recommends teaching all new vocabulary for a unit of work first.

 

Talking rubbish: a fertile topic for creative language work

Ken Milgate finds rubbish a good topic for creative writing and thinking.

 

Foreign Language Enjoyment: pleasure as a key ingredient

Charlie Taylor sees pleasure as a necessity for students of all ages.

 

Teach your peers! a presentation and discussion activity

Sean Toland outlines a presentation and discussion activity.

 

Keeping them hooked: ensuring engagement when online

Nicoleta Nechita ensures her students’ engagement with online lessons.

 

Demystifying the read-aloud

Gail Ellis and Sandie Mourão discuss picturebooks in early English learning.

 

Could you do me a favour?

Paul Bress considers the importance of register when making requests.

 

It Works In Practice September 2021

Suggestions for a range of activities on creative reading, creative speaking and creative writing.

 

 

Yes and No: response cards for online teaching

Jonathan Lee and Matthew Hogg recommend response cards in online classes.

  

In-house professional development: opportunities for teachers

Eman Elturki outlines in-house teacher development opportunities.

   

Sauce for the gander?

Charlie Ellis and Kat Lucas apply student descriptors to teachers.

 

A hybrid conference: the future of ELT events?

Edward Evans wonders whether a mix of online and face-to-face is the future.

 

Rethinking homework: a task-based approach

Gargi Sarkar gives ideas for using technology for homework assignments.

  

Regular Features

Reviews

Scrapbook: Castaway

Not only, but also: spotting logical fallacies

Chia Suan Chong on teaching topics typically not covered in teaching materials.