Archive for March 2016

Thursday 24 March 2016

Richard Nicholas’ Webinar – Knowing your customers and clients

by Helen Beesley

Watch this webinar from 23rd March 2016 in which Richard Nicholas, co-author of Heads Up: Spoken English for business, looks at issues of identity and identification as well the language that goes with it. In the global business world, clients and customers come in all shapes and sizes and being able to explain in English who […]

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Thursday 10 March 2016

Steve Flinders’ Webinar – Leading People Internationally

by Helen Beesley

Watch this webinar from 9th March 2016 in which Steve Flinders presents the York Associates model for Developing People Internationally – ‘the virtuous circle’ – which can be used for the development of any team and which also serves as the organising principle for ‘Leading People’, Steve’s title in the International Management English series published […]

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Tuesday 1 March 2016

World Book Day Competition!

by Helen Beesley

To celebrate World Book Day we are offering you the opportunity to be one of 3 winners of copies of the groundbreaking Teaching children how to learn by Gail Ellis & Nayr Ibrahim and Storytelling With Our Students by David Heathfield. To enter this competition simply like our World Book Day Facebook post here! In March […]

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Tuesday 1 March 2016

March’s Delta Downloads

by Helen Beesley

To celebrate World Book Day this month’s Delta Downloads are story and book related resources – and we also have a book competition for you to enter! Wilbur’s storybook recommendations is ideal for teachers who want to introduce children to the magical world of storybooks, with a friendly bookworm called Wilbur recommending more than 50 storybooks, while Imagining […]

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Tuesday 1 March 2016

Wilbur’s storybook recommendations

by Helen Beesley

Wilbur’s storybook recommendations is ideal for teachers who want to introduce children to the magical world of storybooks, with a friendly bookworm called Wilbur recommending more than 50 storybooks, giving you a synopsis and introduction to each one. Wilbur’s storybook recommendations, taken from Teaching children how to learn by Gail Ellis and Nayr Ibrahim, also […]

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