January 18, 2015

Japan | Events

Upcoming TEMI seminar in Osaka

 

September 12, 2014

Japan | Events

National Geographic Learning Event to be Live-streamed

Regular ELT News contributor Helene Jarmol Uchida will be giving a seminar in Osaka on Feb 8th, organized by the Teaching English Methods Institute. Read More...
National Geographic Learning
Cengage Learning will be live streaming their mini-conference English, 21st Century Skills and Young Learners! on Sunday 21st September 2014 so you can join from the comfort of your own home. The event will feature a bumper ... Read More...

April 4, 2014

Publishing | Awards & Competitions

LLL Award finalists 2014 announced

 

April 1, 2014

Events | Japan

Cambridge University Press to hold tribute event for Robert ...

The Extensive Reading Foundation (ERF), an unaffiliated, not-for-profit organization that supports and promotes extensive reading in language education, announced the finalists of the 11th Annual Language Learner Literature (LLL) Award for books published in 2013. Read More...
Cambridge University Press in Japan (CUP) has announced that there will be a tribute to Robert Habbick held on April 24th at the Gakushi Kaikan near Jimbocho Station in central Tokyo. Robert Habbick passed away on September 30th, 2013. An initial tribute event was held at the JALT National Conference last ... Read More...

January 29, 2014

Malaysia | Education

Malaysia: Cambridge working with Ministry of Education

 

January 30, 2014

UK | Primary Level | Pre-school

Able readers damaged by phonics, academic says

Cambridge English teams up with the Ministry of Education in Malaysia on in-depth study of the learning, teaching and assessment of English. Read More...
Not directly about ESL or EFL, but a look at the controversy about teaching pupils at British schools to read using phonics. Read More...
Editor's Pick

Kids World | January 8, 2015

Look into Your Students’ Eyes

In her Kids World column this month, Helene J Uchida encourages teachers to think twice about the students sitting in front of them, taking Malala Yousafzai, the young Pakistani teen-ager and Nobel Peace Prize winner, who survived being shot in the head by the Taliban, as an example. Read More...

Kids World | October 15, 2014

Fostering Independence

In her Kids World column this month, Helene J Uchida writes about how to make students less dependent on the teacher by fostering their independence. This experiment led to unexpected, yet very interesting results. Read More...

Schooled In The Trade | April 2, 2014

Recruitment

In this series of articles, Modern English founder Simon Moran looks at the issues involved in starting and running independent ESL schools. This sixth installment looks at the recruitment, training and management of staff. Read More...

Interviews | January 21, 2014

Interview with Nik Peachey

Nik Peachey is a well known freelance learning technology consultant, writer, and trainer and a familiar face at conferences worldwide and online. He is one of the leading voices in technology in language learning and is currently seeking crowd-funding for a series of e-books on teacher development. Read More...

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Kids World | January 8, 2015

Look into Your Students’ Eyes

In her Kids World column this month, Helene J Uchida encourages teachers to think twice about the students sitting in front of them, taking Malala Yousafzai, the young Pakistani teen-ager and Nobel Peace Prize winner, who survived being shot in the head by the Taliban, as an example. Read More...

ELT Game Corner |  October 15, 2014

Hedbanz / Charades

Hedbanz/Charades is a new variation of the traditional American & Canadian standard guessing game Hedbanz and an innovative way to teach and reinforce VERBS. The game never fails to ignite laughter and camaraderie at the same time! Read More...

Classroom Activities |  May 4, 2014

Think Read Write

Finally, a copy of Think Read Write by Eric Kane and Christine Graf is in my hands and upon a quick look I like what I ... Read More...
 

Interviews |  January 21, 2014

Interview with Nik Peachey

Nik Peachey is a well known freelance learning technology consultant, writer, and trainer and a familiar face at conferences worldwide and online. He is one of the leading voices in technology in language learning and is currently seeking crowd-funding for a series of e-books on teacher development. Read More...
Latest Country Guides

September 24, 2013

Guide to Living and Teaching in Costa Rica: Introduction

Teaching ESL in Costa Rica can be a wonderful experience. Those who have the most success are those who arrive with a correct set of expectations. Read More...
Best of ELT News

Editorial | June 6, 2013

A Fresh Start

ELTNEWS.com has been the most authoritative website for English language teachers in Japan since 1998. While the ELT ... Read More...

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