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English UK's latest small fair has attracted fantastic feedback from members delighted at the quality of agents and the opportunity to spend plenty of time with them.
English UK is very sad to announce that its Chief Executive Eddie Byers passed away suddenly on Tuesday morning. The thoughts of all our staff and board members are with his family and friends: he leaves his wife, Samantha, and children Richard and Iona.
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What do the classic second language acquisition case studies have to help teachers in the classroom? How can teachers get out of their rut and invigorate lessons with something new? How can teachers help students settle, and does early emphasis on tenses hinder those learning English?
All these questions, and many more, were discussed during English UK's annual Teachers' Conference.
Steve Phillips has taken over as chair of the board of English UK. He replaces Sarah Cooper, who stepped down as chair after 18 months in the post.
More than three-quarters of the agents at English UK's latest Asia-Pacific fair were first-timers at the event, leading to high hopes of many new business partnerships emerging.