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Interactive Exercises & Resources for ESL Online

Interactive exercises are the first thing that come to mind for people when they think about how to teach interactively. Language teaching is when students click, move things with their […]

Book Review: A Descriptive Grammar of English

A Descriptive Grammar of English

The question of whether to teach grammar prescriptively or descriptively has been much debated in the ELT community. On the one hand, teaching prescriptive grammar, according to a fixed set […]

7 More Favourite EFL Books


EFL Magazine is delighted to highlight 7 EFL Books suggestions which we hope may be useful to you all.  A big EFL Magazine Thank You! to our 7 book reviewers […]

Teaching Tracks: Top Ten

Teaching Tracks: Top 10

Teaching Tracks: Book Review: Chris Walklett, I first came across Chris Walklett’s work in the academic presentations and conference appearances he made in the years leading up to this publication.  […]

Book Review: Discussions Volume 1

Discussions Volume 1

Discussions Volume 1 by Adrian Wallwork and Liz Hoeppner. In the late 90’s, Cambridge University Press (CUP) released two books titled Discussions A-Z (Intermediate and Advanced) that were highly original and […]

The Teacher Self-Care Manual by Patrice Palmer

The Teacher Self-Care Manual by Patrice Palmer

A Book Review by Hall Houston The Teacher Self-Care Manual is a brief but substantial introduction to self-care, specifically written for teachers. Palmer makes it clear in the book’s introduction […]

Book Review: Refugee Tales

Book Review: Refugee Tales

David Herd & Anna Pincus (Eds.) Comma Press 2019 ISBN 1912697114 EDL: Teaching English as a Detention Language ‘You, me and those who came before’* By Elizabeth Bekes** Refugee Week […]

Book Review: English from Afar

Book Review: English from Afar

Author: Bruce PatersonPublished by MatadorISBN: 9781789013 566 Review by Steve Hirschhorn English from Afar is an odd ball! It has around 150 pages divided into 2 parts having 35 Chapters […]

Book Review: Raise Up

Book Review: Raise Up

By T. Veigga I believe the most honest way of starting this review is by stating that it is going to be  biased. I know both writers of Raise Up […]