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  • ELT Methodology in Stormy Waters at Annual Teachers' Conference
    27 November 2009

    Do you worry that your lessons aren’t centred enough on learners? Do you always set homework, pre-teach vocabulary or ask comprehension questions which don’t really check what students have learned?

    Delegates at this year’s English UK Teachers’ Conference were challenged with these thought-provoking questions, and more. Not only did they leave the day with a selection of inspiring teaching ideas, but also new ways of thinking about their own classroom practice.

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  • ELT Management Conference - Call for Papers
    18 November 2009

    English UK is now accepting proposals for workshops and presentations for the annual ELT Management Conference that takes place in Reading on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th March 2010. Application Deadline: Monday 21st December 2009

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  • English UK DELTM tutor receives 2009 Duke of Edinburgh book award
    17 November 2009

    English UK is proud to announce that its DELTM tutor, Terry Phillips, has won an award for the English for Specific Academic Purposes series, to which he is a regular contributor.

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  • English UK at World Travel Market 2009
    12 November 2009

    English UK was delighted to be invited to contribute to a seminar on youth and educational travel trends as part of the official World Travel Market programme on Wednesday 11 November.

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  • Teachers’ Conference 2009 – Only 7 Days Left to Book!
    5 November 2009

     

    There are now only 7 days remaining to book your place at the 2009 ELT Teachers' Conference on Saturday 14th November. This event will be held at its home of the last few years, Prospero House, near London Bridge. 

    This conference boasts a strong programme featuring plenary sessions by Alan Waters and Adrian Tennant along with workshops and sessions from a range of leading ELT practitioners including Mark Hancock, Mario Rinvolucri, Hugh Dellar and Martin Hewings.

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