Archive for January 2015

Friday 30 January 2015

Financial Fridays

by Helen Beesley

The second in our series of Financial Fridays posts is now live here. This week Julie Pratten, author of Absolute Banking English and Absolute Financial English, provides you with a helping of buzz words, activities and links on the topic of ‘bailout’. These can be used as warmers or fillers or full-blown lessons.

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Friday 30 January 2015

Financial Fridays with Julie Pratten – Bailout

by Julie Pratten

Welcome to Financial Fridays, your usual helping of buzz words and ideas for Banking & Financial English activities you can use as warmers, fillers or full-blown lessons. This week’s Financial Friday feature covers bailout, another topic which continues to ignite heated debate almost a decade after the financial crisis emerged. If you have any requests […]

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Wednesday 21 January 2015

Speaking Games in stock!

by Helen Beesley

A second brand new photocopiable resource from us this January! By the author of the bestselling Role Plays for Today and Teamwork, Speaking Games is a new photocopiable resource book of 50 speaking games for teachers of English to use in class with both adult and teenage learners. Download sample activities to try in class here, as well as read Jason's recent article from ETP and watch his webinar - all on the subject of speaking games.

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Tuesday 20 January 2015

Authentic Listening in stock!

by Helen Beesley

The Authentic Listening Resource Pack is now in stock! Written by Mark Hancock and Annie McDonald, the Authentic Listening Resource Pack provides an invaluable bank of selected audio and video material offering authentic listening practice, essential in developing students’ listening skills in preparation for being exposed to “real” English. Click here to download sample materials.

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Monday 19 January 2015

Speaking Games

by Helen Beesley

From the author of the bestselling Role Plays for Today and Teamwork, Speaking Games is a new photocopiable resource book of 50 speaking games for teachers of English to use in class with both adult and teenage learners.

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