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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: Ilinca Stroe While coursebooks seem increasingly more shaped by authenticist ELT philosophies such as Dogme, including radio show extracts for listening exercises and (adapted) newspaper or magazine articles for reading tasks, using unedited authentic materials in the language class as a complement to the textbook...

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. As...

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 textbooks....

Author: Ilinca Stroe, International House Bucharest   Teachers who had worked online as a rule before the covid-19 crisis struck and forced us all into digital immigration will probably snigger at the title. Rightly so. Full-time online teachers had already gained solid experience teaching English online, so...