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Each month, we feature a different guest blogger to share their ideas, experiences and reflections of teaching children and teenagers English in diverse contexts around the world.

Sketchnoting the YLTSIG conference

I can’t begin to tell you how honoured I am to have been invited to sketchnote the plenary sessions at the YLTSIG webconference! What an incredible three days of enthusiastic ELT professionals sharing their insights and knowledge; I feel so lucky to be part of such a...

A review of NILE’s Teaching Young Learners course

A review of NILE’s Teaching Young Learners course

Introduction Teaching English to young learners is a challenging and rewarding activity that demands specialised skills and knowledge in order to cater for the whole child development in the classroom (Read, 2020). Teaching these types of learners entails more than a...

A tribute to Susan Holden

A tribute to Susan Holden

Not only was Susan Holden an exceptional educator and author, but also an advocate for teachers whose first language is not English and a compassionate supporter of younger professionals.Susan and I co-authored "Teaching English Today: Contexts and Objectives," a...

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