David Mallows has edited a collection of academic essays by experts on English language teaching for migrants and refugees.
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Regional accents and dialects can be difficult enough for native speakers to understand, but to English language teachers, they present an even greater challenge.
The British Council’s Elizabeth Shepherd delves into new research that explains why some students decide to study abroad while others stay at home.
Could an Argentinian development practice solve the UK’s housing problem while also strengthening the role of the architect? The British Council’s Alastair Donald explains fideicomiso.
One of the best things teachers can do to improve their teaching is to look outside their own classrooms, argues teacher development adviser Jon Gore.
What’s the point of designing buildings that may never be built? The British Council’s Alastair Donald explains the value of ‘paper architecture’.
Anne Burns prepares to moderate a discussion on this topic at this year’s International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (IATEFL) annual conference.
Brits are known for their dry wit, but students learning English as a foreign language don’t always understand the UK’s trademark sarcasm
The British Council’s Ashleigh James writes about the words that form a bridge between her English and Dutch heritage.
Our new report ‘Next Generation Goes to the Ballot Box‘ shows a generation of 18- to 29-year-olds in Pakistan concerned about their safety, jobs and institutions.