Methodology meets practical classroom usage with ready-to-use photocopiable materials
Dr Jason Anderson is a multiple award-winning author, researcher and educational consultant. He has worked in over 20 countries worldwide, supporting teachers at primary, secondary and adult levels, and has worked for British Council, UNICEF, International House and national ministries of education. Activities for Cooperative Learning is his sixth book, and provided inspiration for the Ideas
Riccardo Chiappini is a writer and editor based in Madrid, Spain. He has worked on primary, secondary and adult coursebooks, teacher's books, exam-preparation and other types of digital and print course materials. His areas of expertise are test item writing and mediation, and his key interests are 21st century skills and the practical application of the CEFR to the ELT classroom. His
Rachael Harris has taught English as a foreign language, literature, and media studies for over twenty years. She is also a qualified SEN coordinator. She has been joint coordinator for IATEFL Inclusive Practices & SEN SIG and is passionate about doscovering how all learners leran best.
Ethan Mansur is an ELT author, teacher and trainer based in Spain. He currently works at International House Madrid, where he participates in the professional development programme. He holds an MA in Applied Linguistics and the Cambridge Delta diploma. Ethan has written a variety of course materials for the Spanish Ministry of Education and several major publishers. His first book for DELTA
Leo Selivan has over 15 years of experience in the ELT world. Over the years he has worked as a teacher, senior teacher, examiner, teacher trainer and materials developer. Today he is a freelance lecturer teaching both pre-service and in-service teachers. Known as Lexical Leo on social media, he has written materials and articles not just for his own blog Leoxicon, but for several well-known
Dr Anne Margaret Smith has taught English for 30 years and is also a dyslexia specialist tutor and assessor. Through ELT well she brings together best practice from the two fields of ELT and SpLD support. She and the other authors of these activities are (or were) all committee members of the IATEFL SIG: Inclusive Practices and SEN, a group which promotes genuinely inclusive practices leading