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Mary Slattery and Jane Willis

prize graphic icon Winner of The Frank Bell Prize

Winner of the English-Speaking Union's Duke of Edinburgh Book Competition Shortlisted for the Ben Warren Prize A handbook of activities and classroom language for primary teachers.

Pack (with puppet)

 prize graphic icon Winner: The British Council UK Award for Innovation 2010
Best Entry for Children: English-Speaking Union's Duke of Edinburgh English Language Book Award 2009

A practical handbook with DVD that shows teachers how to use puppets in the primary classroom to encourage more interaction in English. Written by award-winning author Mary Slattery. Available as a Pack with Bear puppet. Would you like to use a puppet like Bear with your primary class but want to find out how to go about it, and how it would benefit your students? This book and DVD gives you all the information, advice and ideas you need. The accompanying DVD includes interviews with teacher trainer and author Mary Slattery, real classroom extracts of teachers using Bear, and lots of activities and practical ideas.

Barney Barrett, Pete Sharma and Francis Jones

provides a wealth of resources to help teachers integrate the digital board into their classrooms.  It provides ideas for using regular programs and software, as well as offering suggestions on how to create specifically-tailored resources.  The clear organisation means that activities are categorised according to skill focus, making them easy to locate.  It also contains suggestions for project work, 'learning to learn' activities and 'the connected classroom.'

Jim Scrivener

The Essential Guide to English Language Teaching has been one of the most successful guides to English since it was first published in 1994. Its no-nonsense appraoch makes it a superb teaching textbook for initial training courses, and also an essential handbook for practising ELT teachers. The new third edition has been revised and restructured to take recent developments in ELT into account and now includes a DVD featuring a full lesson being taught as well as demonstrations of practical teaching techniques.

what to teach  and How to Teach it

Jim Scrivener The perfect companion for both trainees and teacher trainers following courses such as the Cambridge CELTA, and the Trinity Certificate in TESOL, as well as teachers who are unsure of how to present grammar or those who are looking for new ways to present it. Teaching English Grammar aims to combine language information and methodological help in a straightforward, authoritative way and thus help English language teachers prepare and deliver grammar lessons within their syllabus. The book provides teachers with an authoritative and practical handbook on teaching grammar and helps to make preparing grammar lessons easy and straightfoward.