Why take a gap year? Listen to 6 Minute English

Neil: Hello. This is 6 Minute English and I’m Neil. And joining me to do this is Georgina. Georgina: Hello.…

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Learning Moments: Selected Photos

(upbeat music) – Hi everyone, I’m Ruben Salgado. Thanks for taking the time to submit your learning moments. It was…

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See vs watch vs look

Hello! I’m Sam from BBC Learning English and in this episode, we’re going to look at the differences between ‘see’,…

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The joy of free diving: 6 Minute English

Neil: Hello. This is 6 Minute English, and I’m Neil. Georgina: And I’m Georgina. Neil: Now Georgina, what do you…

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6 ways to use ‘late’: what does ‘late’ mean? – English In A Minute

Hi, everyone! ‘Late’ is a very useful word. Find out why on this English In A Minute. The most common…

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What does ‘big data’ mean?

Feifei: Neil, what are you doing? That’s the biggest spreadsheet I’ve ever seen! Neil: Hi, Feifei. Yes, just you wait.…

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Shaping the Way We Teach English: Module 05, Learner Feedback

ONE IMPORTANT DISTINCTION TO MAKE WHEN GIVING LEARNER FEEDBACK IS THAT OF FORMATIVE VERSUS SUMMATIVE EVALUATION. FORMATIVE EVALUATION IS A…

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The Present Perfect Simple and Continuous: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 4

Hello, and welcome to today’s Grammar Gameshow! I’m your host, Will. But I’m no auxiliary! And, of course, let’s not…

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Shaping the Way We Teach English: Module 03, Integrating Skills

THE FOCUS IN THIS MODULE IS ON INTEGRATING SKILLS. WE USUALLY TALK ABOUT FOUR PRIMARY LANGUAGE SKILLS: RECEPTIVE SKILLS, LISTENING…

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Shaping the Way We Teach English: Module 13, Peer Observation in Teaching Practices

CLASSROOM OBSERVATION CAN TAKE DIFFERENT FORMS. THE TWO MOST COMMON ARE SUMMATIVE OBSERVATION, IN WHICH ANOTHER TEACHER OR AN ADMINISTRATOR…

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