Archive for January 2014

Tuesday 21 January 2014

Diego Navarro

by Helen Beesley

Growing up in a multilingual-multicultural environment after emigrating from Peru to Canada at the age of 5, I was fortunate enough to witness first-hand self-directed language learning in action. My parents and siblings, as well as my friends and their families who shared a similar immigrant experience, all embarked on the adventure of learning a […]

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Wednesday 8 January 2014

Brian Morrison

by Helen Beesley

I’m not sure what first drew me to foreign travel, but it was something I dreamed of throughout my school and university days. After graduating in 1991, I worked for a year to save enough to travel for 6 months through Europe, Egypt and India, worked for another year and was all ready to travel […]

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Wednesday 8 January 2014

Hilary Thompson

by Helen Beesley

I’m a Modern Languages (French and German) graduate with an MA in TEFL/TEFL from Birmingham University. After four years of Modern Languages teaching, I moved overseas where I worked for many years as a primary and secondary English teacher-trainer in Tanzanian colleges of education and in both Tanzania and Cameroon as an English Language Teaching […]

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Thursday 2 January 2014

January’s Delta Downloads

by Helen Beesley

January's Delta Downloads are now available in the Downloads area. This month we have an Author Insight article from Fiona Mee, author of Managing Change from the award-winning International Management English series and Part 5 in our serialisation of Using the Mother Tongue by Sheelagh Dellar and Mario Rinvolucri from the Professional Perspectives series.

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