Hooked on Books Interview Series

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 give us plenty of advice and insight into the best practices. We talk about the importance and transformation of literary texts in education, we ask for genre and title recommendations as well as personal stories.

  1. Hooked on books: motivation and reading with Chaz Pugliese
  2. Hooked on Books: Crafting stories and reading activities with Frances Mariani
  3. Hooked on Books: Illustrating the Classics with Viola Niccolai
  4. Hooked on Books: Drama in the ELT classroom with Susan Hillyard
  5. Hooked on Books: Music and storytelling in the ELT classroom with Jeremy Harmer
  6. Hooked on Books: Picturebooks in ELT with Sandie Mourão
  7. Hooked on Books: Chris Lima on bringing literature into the language class
  8. Hooked on Books: Piergiorgio Trevisan on bringing literature into the language classroom
  9. Hooked on Books: Michele Rocchetti on bringing illustration and literature into the language class
  10. Hooked on Books: Robert Campbell on bringing literature into the language class
  11. Hooked on Books: Alan Pulverness on bringing literature into the language class
  12. Hooked on Books: Julia Starr Keddle and Martyn Hobbs on bringing literature into the language class