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CELTA stands for “Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults”. It is the original certificate course in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) or teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL), and it has been running for four decades. It is highly respected and recognized globally, with 7 out of 10 employers worldwide asking applicants to have it.

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Author: Alex Zagorac. Article originally published in issue no. 38 of the IH Journal.   Memorising new words isn’t something that happens to your students in just one class. Or is it? If we used in our classes a variety of memory techniques, wouldn’t our......

Author: Anya Shaw and Veronique Ward. Article originally published in issue no. 38 of the IH Journal. Are you sometimes at your wits’ ends trying to motivate your teenage students to practise a bit of writing? This entertaining article, apart from a pleasure to read,......

Author: Ilinca Stroe   Someone walks into a language school wishing to enrol on an English course. One of the first questions they’re bound to be asked is, “Have you studied English before?” It’s the preliminary step to ascertaining their current level of English, which......

Author: Karl Emmet. Article originally published in issue no. 38 of the IH Journal.   Teaching vocabulary is one thing, acquiring it is quite another. Once you’ve taught a new word or idiom, you need to recycle it regularly, so your students have a chance......

Author: Anthony Ash. Article originally published in issue no. 38 of the IH Journal.   How many times have you had to urge your students in class, “English please!”? While their mother tongue (L1) can come in handy at times, for example to peer-teach difficult......

Author: Shaun Wilden. Article originally published in issue no. 38 of the IH Journal.   Are your students interested in class projects? Then how about starting a podcast with them? This article tells you what online resources are available for such initiatives, and how podcasts......

Author: Alastair Grant. Article originally published in issue no. 38 of the IH Journal.   The stages of a typical reading lesson tend to be rather fixed. Following them we are probably correct, but we risk missing out on a very significant thing: our students’......

 

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