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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: David Petrie. Article originally published in issue no. 42 of the IH Journal. Do you teach classes leading to (Cambridge) exams? If so, you’ve probably wondered whether the repeated (indeed, sometimes suffocating) exam practice really develops your students’ English. This article puts forward some......

Author: Maureen Mcgarvey. Article originally published in issue no. 42 of the IH Journal. Did you know that teaching is one of the most stressful jobs? Oh, didn’t you!… We have to fulfill a multitude of roles, from mentor to caretaker, while juggling a multitude......

Making Projects Fun with Apps Author: Marianne Jones. Article originally published in issue no. 42 of the IH Journal. Especially in the context of compulsory online teaching because of, say, a pandemic, doing projects in the language classroom can provide such beneficial variety! This article......

How to Learn a Language Every Day Author: Sandy Millin. Article originally published in issue no. 42 of the IH Journal. If as a language teacher you keep learning languages, you’re much closer to your own students’ experience, therefore you can give them more relevant......

Author: Jamie King. Article originally published in issue no. 42 of the IH Journal. ELT, CCQs, TBL – how crazy are you about acronyms in teacher training? And have you ever wondered whether they might not favour form over meaning? This article cautions trainers and......

Author: Elna Coetzer. Article originally published in issue no. 42 of the IH Journal. Practising and consolidating critical thinking skills in the YL language class is no novelty to 21st-century teaching. How do you do it best, as a teacher? By answering questions. Chubby questions.......

Author: Kylie Malinowska. Article originally published in issue no. 42 of the IH Journal. What are coursebooks still for? With such a massive amount of online resources (games, crosswords, stories, songs, worksheets, flashcards, you name it), we might feel very tempted to do away with......