April 19, 2016
by Nora Nagy
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Hooked on Books: Piergiorgio Trevisan on bringing literature into the language classroom

In this series of interviews we talk to teachers, ELT writers, visual artists and researchers about the importance of using literature in the language classroom. Together they have over a hundred years of experience in teaching and writing so they can definitely … Continue reading

January 7, 2016
by Nora Nagy
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Hooked on Books: Alan Pulverness on bringing literature into the language class

In this series of interviews we talk to teachers, ELT writers, visual artists and researchers about the importance of using literature in the language classroom. Together they have over a hundred years of experience in teaching and writing so they can … Continue reading

December 17, 2015
by Nora Nagy
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A Reading Teacher’s New Year’s Resolutions

Whether you are into new year’s resolutions or not, you might be looking for some new ideas to liven up your teaching. As we know, teachers are always keen to try new activities and we believe that sometimes a challenge or an … Continue reading

November 21, 2013
by Nora Nagy
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Help your students become critical readers – Critical thinking and reading in the ELT classroom

Improving your students’ critical thinking skills will help them achieve their learning objectives more easily, and it will also make reading a more successful and enjoyable activity. We have prepared this Q&A to provide you with some background information, as … Continue reading

November 12, 2013
by Nora Nagy
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Still reluctant? – 5 classroom solutions to build reading stamina

Teaching reading often feels like training students for a sports competition. The most challenging part can be the beginning and finding the right method for each student, even the reluctant ones. We still hear students claim that they never read, … Continue reading