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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Set Your Mind to the Test

Teaching IELTS is a long way from the idealised world of CELTA. It needs a different approach, Greg Archer tells Melanie Butler “The communicative approach...

“In the last year I earned £16,756. It’s an insult.”

British EFL teachers are being forced into poverty argues Rhiannon Carter Money in UK ELT industry is bad. I don’t think this is news to...

Managing Your Way to the Top

ELC Eastbourne is the second school that John Veale has taken up the EL Gazette rankings. He tells Melanie Butler the secrets behind his...

Teach Uni in East Asia

Lisa Magloff looks into the benefits and drawbacks of university teaching in the region Teaching in a university in China, Japan or South Korea can...

Wanted: Tefl teachers to retrain for jobs in British international schools

Colin Bell has a long history with English-Language teaching. “I did a CELTA in 1997 in London, so it’s my first profession.’’ The head...

At home in the English Home Counties

Melanie Butler discovers the allure of England’s Home Counties and its EFL destinations Imagine a ‘typically’ English town: a neat, green. safe place with ancient...

Retention is the Key to Success

Melanie Butler explains how and why our four super schools hang on to their staff Only four language course providers have a perfect score on...

Summer Sums up St Edmund’s Philosophy

It’s all about the whole child, Lee Hawkes tells Melanie Butler “EFL teachers tend to be solitary. When I was teaching in London, I moved...

Down in Devon

Melanie Butler explores young learning in Devon Devon offers the best quality of life in England, according to an analysis by wellness charity Happy City....

Spontaneity: the vital ingredient

Like actors, musicians and clowns, teachers should learn to improvise, according to Alan Maley & Adrian Underhill One topic which never gets discussed in ELT...

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