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differ is the #WordOfTheDay "to be different from somebody/something…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
Almost 80% of communication in English no longer involves native speakers. It's time we stop focusing on native speaker accents as the ideal. #Pronunciation #TEFL Join us to find out how -> oxelt.gl/3QFzha4 #MyELTOC
Tongue twisters work well as a warm-up exercise to get students speaking. They also help students practice pronouncing difficult sounds in English. Try out these tongue twisters with your students. 👌 #ELTT#TEFLLF
The biggest online event in the English Language Teaching calendar. 2 days. 12 sessions. 1 global community. 🌏 ELTOC returns on 23rd and 24th of September. Register now ->oxelt.gl/3QFzha4T Delivered by experts. Inspired by you.#MyELTOCC#TESOLL#ELTTR
summarize is the #WordOfTheDay" to give a summary of something…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
💻 Download our latest position paper, Using Technology to Motivate Learners, and get practical tips to help you motivate and support your learners more effectively. ->oxelt.gl/3EcfnygY #ELTT#TEFLLW
Are you following us on Instagram yet? 🤔 Follow us for the latest English teaching tips and news from the Press. ->oxelt.gl/3OLWQx68 #ELTT#TEFLL#TeachingTipssY
The biggest online event in the English Language Teaching calendar returns on 23rd and 24th of September. 2 days. 12 sessions. 1 global community. 🌏 See the full schedule and register now->oxelt.gl/3QFzha4T Delivered by experts. Inspired by you.#MyELTOCC#TEFLL#ESLL2
lack is the #WordOfTheDay" the state of not having something or not having enough of something…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
If you would like a hand in planning lessons in advance for your students, head over to the Oxford Teachers' Club where you will have access to thousands of free ready-to-use activities and ideas. -> oxelt.gl/3T0Mc86 #ELT #TEFL
It's Poet's Day on Sunday! To celebrate we're sharing some poetry with you by Stephen Crane from the "Oxford Book of Short Poems". Get your students to read Poetry aloud as it is a great way to improve English speaking. #ELT #PoetsDay #TEFL
Here are 6 different non-verbal communication strategies to help integrate students into a classroom when English may not be their first or second language. Click here to read the full Teaching and learning in the face of conflict blog -> oxelt.gl/3NoC2dq #ELT #TEFL
Get quick, practical tips to help you engage parents in their children’s education. Encourage effective parental engagement by sharing guidelines and best practices on how parents can support their children’s learning and development at home. -> oxelt.gl/3A2ouzJ #ELT
Parents sometimes can be difficult to deal with; they never learnt English like their children as the digital tools they use weren't available to them.💻 Connect with parents and give them the clarity they need surrounding your teaching methods. ->oxelt.gl/2NMPspOR #ELTT9
Lack of motivation in the classroom causes frustration for teachers and prevents our students from reaching their potential. 😤 Nick Thorner sets out a clear framework for understanding weak motivation. Watch the full video here ->oxelt.gl/3weqfJdN #ELTT#TEFLLp
sustainable is the #WordOfTheDay" involving the use of natural products and energy in a way that does not harm the environment…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
crowd is the #WordOfTheDay" a large number of people gathered together in a public place, for example in the streets or at a sports game…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
pollen is the #WordOfTheDay "fine powder, usually yellow, that is formed in flowers and carried to other flowers of the same kind by the wind or by insects…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
downturn is the #WordOfTheDay" a fall in the amount of business that is done; a time when the economy becomes weaker…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
Share the exciting tale of The Count of Monte Cristo with your students with this month's Book of the Month. 📖 ->oxelt.gl/3nj7P6pQ #ELTT#BookOfTheMonthh#TEFLL2
Poetry allows students to improve their reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills. It also gives them a chance to expand their vocabulary. Share today's poem from 'The Oxford Book of Short Poems' with your students as a fun speaking exercise, or try it yourself! 😉#ELTTQ
partly is the #WordOfTheDay" to some extent; not completely…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
evaluate is the #WordOfTheDay" to form an opinion of the amount, value or quality of something after thinking about it carefully…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
While we may live in a world that is heavily reliant on technology, let's remember that the teachers are the ones that know best. 💻 If you're a great teacher but need some help bringing technology into your lessons, watch this ->oxelt.gl/3Qz18Zk6 #ELTT#TEWOOV
befriend is the #WordOfTheDay "to become a friend of somebody, especially somebody who needs your help…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
We want you to enjoy the summer without having to do too much work before we go back to school. To help with that, we wrote up a cheat sheet to help you bluff your way through the changes affecting ELT. 😉 ->oxelt.gl/3QrHNcV5 #ELTT#TEWOOv
Happy #InternationalCatDay Head on over to our blog to find some of our favourite cat idioms -> oxelt.gl/2TbBVaI #ELT #TEFL #LearningEnglish
For #InternationalCatDay we wanted to share with you some of our favourite cat idioms! 🐱 Do you have any cat idioms in your language? Share them with us! 💬#ELTL#TEFLFgC
Happy #InternationalCatDay We wanted to share with you some of our favourite cat idioms! 🐱 Do you have any cat idioms in your language? 💬#ELTL#TEFLFDk
testify is the #WordOfTheDay "to make a statement that something happened or that something is true, especially as a witness in court…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
deem is the #WordOfTheDay" to have a particular opinion about somebody/something…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
serve is the #WordOfTheDay "to give somebody food or drink, for example at a restaurant or during a meal…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
Do you think it is your job to teach digital literacy in the classroom? 🖥️ Find out how digital literacy is related to language learning. 💡 ->oxelt.gl/34NCK3l5g#ELTL#TEFLFMZ
curriculum is the #WordOfTheDay "the subjects that are included in a course of study or taught in a school, college, etc.…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
staycation is the #WordOfTheDay" a holiday that you spend at or near your home…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
Download our latest position paper, Using Technology to Motivate Learners, and get practical tips to help you motivate and support your learners more effectively. -> oxelt.gl/3Ecfnyg #ELT #TEFL
Help your students improve their speaking skills with a poem! ✨ Practising poetry aloud can aid language learning by getting learners to explore the sounds and rhythm of a new language. #ESL #Pronunciation
Although these fruit names all end with "berries", not all of them are actually berries. English is weird! 🤔 Surprisingly, aubergine, tomatoes and avocados are botanically classified as berries! 🍆🍅🥑 Find more definitions of words here -&oxelt.gl/3BDCO4iCY0WP
Are you following us across all our social platforms? 🤔 There are many ways you can follow Oxford University Press English Language Teaching. ->oxelt.gl/3RRndn5q #ELTT#TEFLLk
Grammar is generally taught in one of two main ways: deductively or inductively. But which is best? 🤔 Jon Hird discusses the pros and cons of each. Watch his webinar on the Oxford Teachers' Club (it's free to register!) ->oxelt.gl/3s5YgYOw #ELTT#TEFLL5
Practising poetry aloud can help students improve their speaking skills by exploring the sounds and rhythm of the English language. ✨ Share today's poem with your students as a fun speaking exercise, or try it yourself! #TeachingEnglish #Pronunciation
youth is the #WordOfTheDay" the time of life when a person is young, especially the time before a child becomes an adult…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
vegan is the #WordOfTheDay" a person who does not eat any animal products such as meat, milk or eggs or use animal products such as leather or wool…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
excavate is the #WordOfTheDay" to dig in the ground to look for old buildings or objects that have been buried for a long time…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
So lovely to finally host some of our Headway Scholarship winners at @WorcCollegeOx. ❤️ Here's @AhmadKAwad schooling the locals at "Aunt Sally", a traditional Oxford game, and coaching the OUP team! #ESL #TEFL #TeachingEnglish
Happy International Friendship Day! Tag your teacher friends and let us know what kind of teachers they are. 😎 #ELTT#InternationalFriendshipDayy#TEFLL8
Educación 3.0 recently tweeted about an article they published about how OUP is taking on the LOMLOE. Check it out! twitter.com/educacion3_0/s…
evidence is the #WordOfTheDay" the facts, signs or objects that make you believe that something is true…" Get pronunciation and usage notes: oxelt.gl/3iNoLyr via Oxford Learner's Dictionaries #WOTD
Now that we've broken up for the summer holidays, it's time to have some fun! 😄 We want to hear some of your funniest teaching moments. 💬#ELTL#TEFLFDd
As the holidays approach there is a sense of relief as we get to have a well-deserved break, but it is also a chance to get ready for the new term, whatever it may bring. 🙂 To help you prepare we’ve created an essential reading list for#ELTT 📚 ->oxelt.gl/31ZknFgstS
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