A teacher appeals to a thief's conscience - with a surprising result.
Resource: audio & short text with worksheets
Level: Upper Intermediate+ Age: 12+ Skills: Listening/Reading/Vocabulary
Language Level: Intermediate/Upper Intermediate (CEFr B1/B2/C1)
Interview with Pete Sharma - Pete Sharma briefly outlines some of the broad trends in IT innovation and how they might impact on language teaching.
Interview with Jeremy Harmer - Does ELT face Uber-style disruption? One of the best-known ELT materials writers outlines the challenges to traditional teaching.
English Language Level: Advanced/Proficiency CER: C1
Exam: GCSE /IGCSE English Literature, IELTS, Cambridge Advanced, Cambridge Proficiency
Getting Started with Macbeth provides practical resources for teaching Act One to learners who might struggle withShakespeare. There are presentations for all seven scenes - with audio & video clips, worksheets, key quotations, speech analysis, scene summaries, teaching notes and many more resources.
Sample Presentation: 1.1: Three Witches