It is pointless to learn languages using grammar rules. Looking for a common denominator or a formula is a mathematical operation that makes no sense in languages.
by Glenn G. Dahlem, Ph.D. All educators have long known about testing and pretesting based on using analogies. “Nine is to eighty-one as four is to: a. five, b. sixteen, […]
I. Introduction: Conceptualizing English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) Any lingua franca through time has made possible the communication of people who have different mother tongues. Jenkins (2006, p.11) indicates […]
by Yoanis Ulloa Tejera Vocabulary is vital to express meaning. Teaching English vocabulary, an important field in language teaching, is worthy of effort. For students to acquire reading, listening, speaking […]
Phil Wade Interviews: Daniel Barber Daniel Barber is a teacher, trainer and writer based in Cádiz, Spain. He has taught for 22 years, in Mexico, the UK and Spain. He […]
Principles of e-Learning Design “Life is a travelling to the edge of knowledge, then a leap taken.” -D.H. Lawrence Online teaching and elearning design are fascinating niches for those who […]