Our Materials

At times, entire workshops and presentations are not what you need. Sometimes you just need an activity or inspiration to look at an old activity in a different way. We like to say we are not re-inventing the wheel, but merely “tweaking” it. Here are some activities and materials that we have designed recently. From using TED Talks to presentation excerpts to outlines of online courses, we hope there is something here for everyone. If you have a question or are interested in anything you see, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

 
The World’s English Mania Lesson: Teacher’s Copy

The World’s English Mania Lesson: Teacher’s Copy

The World’s English Mania Lesson: Student’s Copy

The World’s English Mania Lesson: Student’s Copy


Teacher Education Series Excpert: Language Awareness

Teacher Education Series Excpert: Language Awareness

Soundscripting Excerpt: A Tool for Better Speaking and Pronunciation

Soundscripting Excerpt: A Tool for Better Speaking and Pronunciation

Online Course Excerpt: Grammar for Teachers, Module Introduction

Online Course Excerpt: Grammar for Teachers, Module Introduction

Presentation Abstract: An Argument for Redundancy in Teaching EAP

Presentation Abstract: An Argument for Redundancy in Teaching EAP

 

Our Workshops & Presentations

We are constantly reading, researching, and creating in order to bring you new and innovative workshops. All of our materials are informed by the latest research, and it has been such a rewarding experience hearing your positive feedback at conference and on-site teacher education sessions. As we continue to add to our resources, here is a list of the current workshops and presentations we have on offer:

  • Text-based Writing: Doing More with Less

  • Incorporating Redundency

  • Performance-based Teaching

  • More Listening or Better Listening? Re-thinking the Teaching of Listening

  • Grammar for Teachers

  • “Fun” in the Language Classroom

  • The Art of Learning

  • Translanguaging

  • Soundscripting: A Tool for Better Listening and Pronunciation

  • The End-Weight Principle: A Tool for More Cohesive Writing

  • Friendly Corpora Tools

  • Dogme: Doing More with Less

  • Language Awareness & Language Knowledge

  • Task-based Language Teaching