Archive for August 2012

Wednesday 29 August 2012

Jon Wright

by Helen Beesley

I was brought up in the South West of England, never very far from the sea and close to the beautiful and historic city of Bath. I went to university in nearby Bristol, where I studied French and German. One of the attractions of the degree programme was the chance to spend a year abroad. […]

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Wednesday 29 August 2012

Jeremy Taylor

by Helen Beesley

Hi, my name’s Jeremy Taylor and I was born near Bristol in England in 1962. I studied biology at University in London and then did a PGCE in Southampton before returning to London to work as a science and geography teacher. While doing my finals in London I shared a house with 2 other students. […]

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Wednesday 15 August 2012

Steve Flinders

by Helen Beesley

Hello, I’m Steve Flinders. I’m a freelance trainer, writer, consultant and coach. I was born in the UK and read Politics, Philosophy and Economics at university though I probably spent as much time there swimming as studying. I then took a gap decade, working as a volunteer in a school in Pakistan, living in (what […]

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Wednesday 15 August 2012

Bob Dignen

by Helen Beesley

Bob Dignen is a director of York Associates. He specialises in delivering intercultural training and international team seminars. He offers coaching to international project leaders and is available to facilitate project (kick-off) meetings and run team-building events. He is also available as a keynote speaker for project meetings / management events / professional conferences. He […]

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Thursday 2 August 2012

Hot off the press

by Helen Beesley

The CLIL Resource Pack - Photocopiable and Interactive Whiteboard activities for Primary and Lower Secondary Teachers and The Company Words Keep - Lexical chunks in language teaching are hot off the press and in stock! Read on for more details.

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