Language teacher Martina Limburg Loučková explains why using movie dialogue in the classroom can be an interactive and fun way to help learners and teachers.
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Multiple winner of the TeachingEnglish blog award, Aoife McLoughlin, explains how to set learning goals.
Anamaria Pravicencu, who curated events at the European Comics Festival Exhibition in Bucharest, talks about the rise of international comic books by women authors.
In his second article in a series on self-publishing, author and digital publishing specialist, Nik Peachey, explains how to get on with the task of writing and structuring a book.
Are you looking for new grammar games for the classroom? Award-winning blogger Mike Astbury shares some resources to download and print.
Famous for its complexity, Finnish has 15 grammatical cases and inspired the novelist J.R.R. Tolkien. Penelope Roux explains.
In the first of a series on self-publishing, author and digital publishing specialist Nik Peachey explains how to crowd-source funding for a self-published e-book.
What causes industries to cluster together in certain parts of a city, and is it a good thing? We asked Kat Hanna, Research Manager at the Centre for London.
Writer and translator Robert Ferguson, who has lived in Norway for 30 years, takes us on a tour of Scandinavia's musical heritage.
Teaching assistant Natalie Lever gives her advice on how to thrive in one of the world's biggest cities.