Archive for April 2016

Monday 11 April 2016

Teaching Lexically

by Helen Beesley

NOW IN STOCK! From the multi-award-winning Delta Teacher Development Series. Teaching Lexically shows what a lexical view of language looks like, and explores how it differs from a more traditional ‘grammar + words’ view. It then considers what implications such a view might have for classroom practice.

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Monday 11 April 2016

Andrew Walkley

by Helen Beesley

I grew up in Birmingham and I studied English at Nottingham University, where I graduated in 1990. Since then I have been involved entirely in ELT – apart from a brief flirtation with joining the civil service – more to show my Dad that I might consider a “proper career”, or at least something a […]

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Monday 11 April 2016

Hugh Dellar

by Helen Beesley

Having graduated from Goldsmith’s College, University of London, with a first-class degree in English Literature and with a chequered career as a musician (of sorts) mostly behind me, I started teaching in 1993 – following a lucky accident in a Soho pub. Within a year, I found myself in Jakarta, Indonesia, where I was to […]

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Saturday 9 April 2016

IATEFL 2016

by Helen Beesley

Visit us on stand 41 at IATEFL’s 50th Conference in Birmingham this April! We will be on hand to show you all the latest Delta titles, alongside those of our colleagues at National Geographic Learning. Join us on the stand on Thursday from 15:50-16:25 for a Q&A session with Teaching children how to learn authors Gail Ellis and […]

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Saturday 9 April 2016

Fiona Mee’s Webinar – Managing Change

by Helen Beesley

Watch this webinar with Fiona Mee from 6th April 2016 in which she explores how we can use coaching to support people through change. No change model or programme can prepare people for feelings that they never expected to have or for situations that they never expected to face. Change is a moving dynamic. However, […]

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