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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,

The Problem with Cambridge English Exams

The Problem with Cambridge English Exams

General-View (eflmagazine.com) indicate a candidate’s competency in the contexts in which they need to use the language. Nevertheless, general proficiency is reflected more or less accurately by different types of

Teaching English to Dyslexic Learners

Teach English to dyslexic learners

Teaching English to Dyslexic Learners In general, the performance of adolescent students preparing to sit for B1/ B2 exams is reinforced by the teacher’s methodical planning and the graded application

Teaching ESL Speaking to Upper-Intermediate Students

Teaching ESL Speaking

Teaching ESL Speaking to Upper-Intermediate Students For teachers involved in the learning and preparatory process with students of upper-intermediate level, aiming at a B1/ B2 degree, the challenge of overcoming

Teach First Certificate

Teach First Certificate

by Nicola Prentis Book Review by Pietro Pacini This is a highly practical book, which I now use regularly with my students. It is addressed to those who are preparing

Talking Adults

Talking Adults

In response to ‘Useful Thoughts on Teaching Adults’ – Applying these principles to my teaching context. By Paul Finnerty Just as I was about to sit down and embark on

Teaching Exam Listening

Teaching Exam Listening

Teaching Exam Listening For learners preparing to take Cambridge exams in Italy, listening is notoriously the most difficult skill. This is backed up by their own admissions and the usually-less-than-borderline