This review originally appeared in IATEFL Voices 281. You’ll be pleased to know that Voices reviews have a 400 word limit, which saves you the pain of all my usual rambling in reviews! Haha. Dr Mable Chan Routledge Applied English… Read More ›
Self-study suggestions handout
Lockdown again 😦 Here’s a handout I gave to learners for self-study over Christmas. Might be useful now seeing as we’re going back to online learning. Ha, not as a handout obvs… Just the image! Cheers.
App review: ELSA Speak
Let it gooooo, let it gooooo! Now that’s out of my system, here’s a review of ELSA Speak. It’s an app that teaches you to ‘pronounce English like an American through real-world conversations’. It’s a great use of AI in… Read More ›
Review: British Council apps for learning English
Students often ask me if I know any good websites and apps for learning English. There are a fair few websites I recommend, and this list is always growing (note: the latest edition is TubeQuizard). Apps though? Er… Feeling ignorant,… Read More ›
Quizlet Teacher account – worth it?
I’ve been using Quizlet in class for a while. This term I’m getting to grips with it a bit more as part of a project for my MA. Huh, Quizlet? Quizlet is a site which allows you to create your own… Read More ›
Product review: Newsmart
Newsmart is a platform designed to help learners improve their Business English. It provides language learning experiences based on news content from Wall Street Journal. Learners can develop their grammar, vocabulary and comprehension skills by reading any of the six… Read More ›