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Introducing English Benchmark: An innovative test for young learners

Introducing English Benchmark: An innovative test for young learners

A new tablet-based test for the next generation of young learners. We are very excited to introduce you to English Benchmark – a new type of fun, stress-free English language assessment. Designed for the latest generation of young, technology-oriented learners from...
A look back at our most popular blog posts of 2018

A look back at our most popular blog posts of 2018

The last twelve months have flown by. We hope that you had a productive 2018 and that you found lots of interesting ideas and activities to use with your students using our blog and other resources. We’d like to reflect on last year by sharing twelve of the most...
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...
Two festive lesson plans for busy teachers

Two festive lesson plans for busy teachers

In the northern hemisphere, the days are growing shorter and the nights a little colder and we’re getting ready for winter. In preparation for Thanksgiving and Loi Krathong, which are being celebrated this week, and Hanukkah happening at the start of December, we’ve...
Preparing learners for the world of work using the GSE Teacher Toolkit

Preparing learners for the world of work using the GSE Teacher Toolkit

If there’s one thing all our learners have in common, it’s that they are going to graduate school or university and enter the world of work. As well as introducing our students to essential 21st century skills they’ll need to get ahead in life, we can also get them...

Raising English language standards: Japan case studies

In today’s globalized world being able to communicate effectively in English is more important than ever. If we take Japan for example – a country where previously there were relatively low levels of foreign visitors, little to no immigration and a tendency to keep...