This is a post aimed at candidates about to take a diploma course, but is still relevant to all. It also loosely connects to Sandy’s recent post about mistakes you’ve made in class (click here).
How I plan with coursebooks
Coursebooks. Arrgh. I write and read so many rants about them. Global coursebooks are too ‘catch-all’, they’re not aligned with what we know about second language acquisition, they’re a straightjacket, the images promote certain ideals, the content is too diluted,… Read More ›
Reflection on CELTA and Trinity TESOL Courses
In her latest guest post, Nicky Salmon talks about the importance of reflecting on your teaching practice. A very important part of any pre- or in-service teacher training course, is REFLECTION. On a CELTA or Trinity TESOL course this will… Read More ›