Grammar Teaching and The Problem of Terminology

Grammar teaching

Grammar Teaching and The Problem of Terminology “What’s in a word?” Shakespeare once asked. And his answer: “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”  In other words, […]

Edinburgh’s EFL revival?

Following the twin blows of Covid and Brexit, there are signs of renewed life in Edinburgh’s EFL scene. While several schools have closed for good in the last three years, […]

Taking Language Learning Outside the Classroom

As digital natives, students demand innovative ways to learn outside of classical modes of learning. The use of smartphones for English language instruction has opened up a wealth of possibilities […]

4 Ways to Decolonize Your English Classes

In today’s world, it’s hard to deny that the ability to speak English can offer students real professional and academic advantages.  However, English education as an institution, has a dark […]

A Teacher’s Starter Library

Teacher’s Starter Library

A Teacher’s Starter Library: In this day and age, we take the endless sea of useful (and sometimes less than useful) information available on the internet for granted. However, there […]