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'There is a wide range of articles from well-respected teacher trainers … and what must be the best set of lesson plans on the Internet' - David Eastment, ELTJ.  Find out more about the Teaching English website and how it can help you.
Resources for English language teachers
If you are planning your next lesson or looking for practical tips on teaching, we can help you through our online resources and bibliographies of recommended materials for teachers. We can also connect you with other teachers and specialists for the latest news and debates in the field of English language teaching.
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Help your students develop their English skills and have fun with games, quizzes, songs, stories, poems, cartoons and competitions, with special areas for kids and Peacekeeping English. Find out more
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 Teaching English
We've teamed up with the BBC to produce the Teaching English website, which offers you the chance to share tips, lesson plans, and teaching ideas with colleagues from around the world. Find out more
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Whether you’re looking for a one-off course book or recommendations for a full package of English language teaching resources, check out our comprehensive bibliographies. Find out more
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 Language assistant
Whether you're a Language Assistant or just starting out as an English language teacher, this site offers you regularly updated tips and materials for your classroom activities. Find out more
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Our regularly updated professional forum offers the latest news, views and research on English language teaching. Join or set up online groups to discuss specific ELT issues and share documents with others. Find out more
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These documents give you essential, in-depth information and opinion on some current global issues in ELT. Find out more
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