Trinity DipTESOL – An Overview

In this podcast we talk about the Trinity DipTESOL, which is a diploma level qualification in Teaching English. … More Trinity DipTESOL – An Overview

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How to add a YouTube video to a WordPress widget

In this video I’m going to show you how to add a video from YouTube into one of your WordPress widgets. You might want to do it to showcase your own work or your favourite videos in the sidebar. Unfortunately, WordPress doesn’t support iFrame embed codes (for security reasons), which you’d normally copy and paste … More How to add a YouTube video to a WordPress widget

Key skills teachers need to have successful classes – Teaching English chat

Tomorrow, Friday 8th July we’ll be chatting about ‘Key skills teachers need to have successful classes’. The chat will take place on Twitter and on Facebook. On Twitter you can take part by using the hashtag #techat We’ll be tweeting from @theteflshow. If you’re new to Twitter, you can check out this explanation of how … More Key skills teachers need to have successful classes – Teaching English chat

Memrise – a few features that make it a really useful language learning tool

In the previous video I showed you how to create a vocabulary course for your students on Memrise, which is a free website and an app for learning languages. I’ve used it myself as a language learner and with my students, and I think it can be a very powerful and fun tool for learning … More Memrise – a few features that make it a really useful language learning tool

Teaching lexically, materials writing and the CELTA – interview with Hugh Dellar

In this episode we talk to Hugh Dellar, an experienced teacher, teacher trainer and materials writer. We start off by discussing the lexical approach, what it is, how it differs from other ELT approaches and how teachers can utilise it. We then go on to talk about Hugh’s books ‘Outcomes’ and ‘Teaching lexically’, co-written with … More Teaching lexically, materials writing and the CELTA – interview with Hugh Dellar

5 Reasons why native speakers should learn how to use English internationally

Are you a native speaker? Do you often get misunderstood in meetings where there are many people who speak English as a second language? Why are you being misunderstood? What can you do to avoid this situation the next time? In this episode we discuss Chia Suan Chong’s recent article for the English Teaching Professional … More 5 Reasons why native speakers should learn how to use English internationally