Monday, 31 July 2017

September exams

Written C1 Exams will be on September 4th at 16.30

Reading: 16.30-17.45
Listening: 17:45-18.15
Writing: 18.30-20.00

Oral Exams: 6th from 9.30

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Friday, 28 July 2017

Thursday, 27 July 2017

Challenges in ELT: The non-native issue | Onestopenglish

Challenges in ELT: The non-native issue | Onestopenglish: Oxford TEFL Prague teacher trainer Karin Krummenacher tackles ‘Goliath’ - the issue of discrimination against non-native teachers in the ELT profession. 
 Native English Speaking Teachers 
Natural models
Short-term (gap year)
Exotic
CELTA/Trinity Cert Qualified
Less strict correction/marking
Making some money while travelling
Poor language awareness
High ability to ‘wing it’
Know slang, idioms, collocations

 Non-Native English Speaking Teachers 
Learned the target language themselves
In it for the long run
Share L1 with students
University qualifications
Locals (cross-culture)   
Need to make a living from teaching
High language awareness
Hard-working
Interested in teacher development   

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Live from London: First impressions | Onestopenglish

Live from London: First impressions | Onestopenglish: Set in Brixton, London, this video lesson includes authentic interviews with Londoners, talking about first impressions.

Confusing Pairs

Watch these pairs!!! From Dictionary.com

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

Make vs Do


Becas y ayudas al estudio para el curso 2017-2018

Game of Thrones Accent Tutorial

You needn't have watched Game of Thrones (either dubbed or not) to enjoy this tutorial!!!
Read Tim Warre's Phrase Sheet Pack for CAE writing (part 2) exam. Remember we have more types of writing in EOI's!
Thanks once more Tim!

Friday, 21 July 2017

Webquests | Onestopenglish

Webquests | Onestopenglish: A selection of fun lesson plans on festivals, including Valentine’s Day, Halloween and Christmas, that practise web-based skills.

Fancy some poetry?

Try the following two sites for poetry:
www.favoritepoem.org - a site collecting America’s favourite poems. You can also read comments about why people like them and hear them being read aloud.
www.emule.com/poetry - an archive of classical poetry, easy to browse through by poet. Has a top ten list of favourite poems (chosen by visitors to the site) which makes an interesting starting point.
(from: Teaching materials: using literature in the EFL/ ESL classroom. By Lindsay Clandfield OneStopEnglish)
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Wednesday, 19 July 2017

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Walk, tiptoe, stroll, ...

... amble, saunter, wander, ramble, mooch, meander, stride, dash, dart, scamper, sprint, jog, scurry, skip, lope, rush, hop, trip, hike, trek, paddle, wade ...
you can do all of them during the summer. It'll be good for you!!!

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

To vs For


Language for ... weather | Onestopenglish

Language for ... weather | Onestopenglish: This lesson provides students with language to understand weather forecasts and describe weather conditions.

Friday, 14 July 2017

12 Tips to improve your focus and attention


Reading Material

The following sites are excellent for book excerpts and stories:
www.bookbrowse.com - a really great site which allows you to read an excerpt from a multitude of recently published books. You can search by author, book title or genre!
www.readersread.com - brings you the first chapter of many recently published books.
(from: Teaching materials: using literature in the EFL/ ESL classroom. By Lindsay Clandfield OneStopEnglish)
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Thursday, 13 July 2017