Ollie Wood, Academic Manager and CELTA Course Manager, has been interviewed by OneStopEnglish podcast. He discusses,how and when to grade language in the classroom as well as the importance of activating schemata, giving examples from The London School experience with flipped classroom to put forward his ideas.
As any experienced language teacher knows, getting students speaking in their second language can at times be difficult. This is never more true than when teaching teens. The amount and reasons for this reluctance can vary in scope and intensity but the inevitable result of students who refuse to talk is lessons which feel difficult
14 August – 08 September 2017
In most work places people get jobs because of their qualifications and experience, yet increasingly we see institutions in the state or private sector advertising posts for ‘native speakers’ to teach languages. No mention of teaching qualifications or professionalism, simply ‘native speaker’. Could this be considered discrimination? Some people clearly feel it is. The Charter
Watch an interview at IATEFL 2017 with our Director, Julie Wallis, on the the importance of leadership and school management.
Want to know how to become a teacher trainer? Wondering if you’ve got what it takes? Read our Director’s experience on what is involved in becoming a teacher trainer.
2017 marks The London School’s 30th anniversary, and we want to celebrate it with you offering a discount on CELTA courses for 2017.