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Tuesday, October 22, 2019

VISA TYPES FOR TEACHING IN CHINA

Acquiring a Visa to teach EAP in China is becoming more and more complex. In the last two years, new restrictions were brought in...

Teach in China

Mark Krzanowski talks to Lisa Magloff about the challenges and opportunities on the EAP agenda at Chinese universities. Recent years have witnessed an unprecedented growth...

Top tips to reducing cognitive load in the beginner to pre-intermediate classroom

Constantly recycle vocabulary and grammar to establish long term memory and reduce cognitive load on working memory. Use known vocabulary with new grammar...

When English Medium is the message

English as a Medium of Instruction is right at the top of the agenda for Trevor Grimshaw. He tells Melanie Butler why. When Trevor first...

OUT OF THE BOX

Challenge inappropriate behavior A policy on bullying and harassment is not enough to protect employers or their staff, warns Varinder Unlu With all the recent high-profile...

Interact in Israel

Plays and puppets are an excellent way to get children in Israel – both Arabs and Jews – to interact in English, as Charles...

Global perspective – December / January

The Gazette editorial team’s selection of ELT news from around the world DENMARK: Admissions to English-medium higher education programmes in Denmark have been cut by...

Head west to find the best of British

Melanie Butler explores the secrets behind the UK’s top-ranking EFL region The West of England is back on the map. First, the UK government set up...

Assessing the future

Pearson’s Freya Thomas Monk, SVP English Assessment, tells Ron Ragsdale about the changes afoot in EFL testing Can you tell me a bit about your...

Secrets to Summer Success

Summer Boarding Courses is the first summer specialist to get a perfect score on their British Council Inspection – Melanie Butler asks how they...

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