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The word gap; challenges, impact and how to bridge the gap!

“The limits of my language are the limits of my world” – Wittgenstein By now I’m sure you have heard of the word gap and how learners’ limited vocabulary in mainstream upper-primary and secondary education has a negative impact on overall performance in the classroom....

10 festive activities for you and your students

It’s that festive time of year again! To help you and your students get into the holiday spirit, we are delighted to share the Pearson English 2018 Advent Calendar. Here you’ll find an array of activities, videos, interactive pieces, and worksheets to share with your...

Classroom tips: 12 days of Christmas

With the holiday season approaching, it’s good to add some fun into teaching to keep your students engaged and motivated. We’ve created 12 simple classroom activities and tips that you can carry out with your primary class to encourage them to be good. Day 1. Title...
8 webinars that will change the way you think about teaching English

8 webinars that will change the way you think about teaching English

In this series of eight inspiring ELT webinars, you will discover lots of new approaches to teaching. From making grammar more fun to looking at the skills students will need in the future – there’s something for everyone! Below you’ll find a short summary of each...
Curiosity: a favorite quality in a young learner? An interview with Annie Altamirano

Curiosity: a favorite quality in a young learner? An interview with Annie Altamirano

Enthusiastic teachers everywhere will tell you how rewarding it is to teach young learners. While their interests are diverse, their strengths and weaknesses different, and the way they learn can vary a lot, they all have something in common – and that’s curiosity....