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We’ve collected together some more teaching pronunciation resources in connection with the NATECLA London/IATEFL PronSIG event which took place on Saturday 21 February. This time we look at English as a lingua franca (ELF) and the future of English.
We’ve collected together some more teaching pronunciation resources in connection with the NATECLA London/IATEFL PronSIG event which took place on Saturday 21 February. This time we look at how to teach pronunciation and develop students' listening skills.
The longlisted products for the ELTons 2015 have been confirmed. Up until this stage ELTons judges have only been assessing application forms, now the judges will be sent product samples and get to experience the products first hand before making their suggestions for which entries will make up the 2015 shortlists.
We have collected together some interesting and thought provoking articles and seminars to help you reflect on accent and identity and how this might impact on your teaching.
In February we are taking a closer look at teaching pronunciation on the EnglishAgenda website in the lead up to the NATECLA London/IATEFL PronSIG event on Saturday 21 February. Find out about content we will be featuring to help you review and build on your knowledge of what to consider when teaching pronunciation.
Anna Parisi will be giving an OUP webinar on 27th and 28th January. She will be talking about the 'why/what/when/how' of teacher-led, classroom-based research and how it builds on the processes of evaluation and research we, teachers, carry out daily.
The English UK Marketing Conference is aimed at all professionals promoting, marketing and selling ELT courses to study abroad agents and international students, and is now open for bookings. It will take place on Friday 6 February 2015 at the Thistle Marble Arch Hotel, London.
The ELT Journal has made all papers in the Special Issue focusing on ‘Teaching English to Young Learners’ (Vol. 68/3) freely available online (from 19th January - 2nd February).
If you would like to learn English for free with the British Council, then join this online course for learners. The course looks at British culture and examines English in use to help you improve your language skills. This is the second time this course has been run. The first course attracted over 120,000 registered participants!
Is there a website, blog or Facebook page that you regularly read to satisfy your curiosity about English? Where do you go for your English language resources? The annual Macmillan Dictionary Love English Awards 2014 is your chance to vote for your favourite online English language hub! Vote now!
The British Council is hosting an interactive forum to discuss strategic, commercial, academic and research opportunities around English skills for employability in India. The event will take place on Tuesday 20 January 2015 from 10am to 4.30 pm at the Amba Hotel in London. The event is for English language skills providers, corporations, publishers, UK Exam Boards, UK government agencies, donor partners and foundations in the UK, as well as academics and researchers from UK institutions. Online registration is essential by 16th January.