Month: July 2016

Take control of your teaching career using the European Profiling Grid

Take control of your teaching career using the European Profiling Grid

A talk I attended earlier this year in Birmingham (IATEFL 2016), by Joel Cutting & Richard Kelly based at Eurocentres Bournemouth, aimed to provide advice on career management for ELT teachers, and practical ideas on making the most of your current position and moving towards your dream teaching job (See conference programme & talk abstract here). They proposed asking yourself the following questions:  - … Continue reading Take control of your teaching career using the European Profiling Grid

Formulating Definitions & Discussing Prejudice

Formulating Definitions & Discussing Prejudice

Student worksheet: click here. Teacher's notes: click here. AIMS: By working through this worksheet, which can be done independently or in class, students will be guided to notice some key features of definitions, in terms of content and language, and be able to replicate these in producing their own definitions.  Through the specific examples in focus, students … Continue reading Formulating Definitions & Discussing Prejudice

My Webinar: “Assessing and Marking Writing: Feedback Strategies to Involve the Learners”

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of hosting a webinar (my first ever!) for IATEFL's TEA SIG. For those who weren't able to join in, here's a run down and a link to the video! This talk provides teachers with time-efficient strategies for giving feedback on EFL learners’ writing which actively involve the learners. I … Continue reading My Webinar: “Assessing and Marking Writing: Feedback Strategies to Involve the Learners”