Pearson English
yesterday at 14:30. Facebook
"There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work and learning from failure."

What is the most valuable lesson you've learned during your language-learning journey?
Pearson English
02/26/2017 at 14:50. Facebook
85.4% of the students agreed that they used the Progress test scores to determine how they study English.

Find out how you can benefit from the #GlobalScaleofEnglish too: bit.ly/MtvtGSEf

How learners in Japan are motivated by the Global Scale of English

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Pearson English
02/25/2017 at 14:40. Facebook
“What my student taught me about being a teacher”

Ursula McCabe, English teacher, experiences a revelation in the classroom: here’s what her students taught her about being a teacher: bit.ly/CnfdncKeyf

Why I believe that confidence is key to English language learning

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Pearson English
02/24/2017 at 14:30. Facebook
From the challenges they faced to the benefits they reaped. Here’s how this Japanese student found support in the #GlobalScaleofEnglish: bit.ly/MtvtGSEf

How learners in Japan are motivated by the Global Scale of English

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Pearson English
02/23/2017 at 14:05. Facebook
"Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and, most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do."

What do you love most about learning or teaching a language? Tell us here:
Pearson English
02/22/2017 at 18:40. Facebook
Do you think that confidence is key to English language learning? Ursula McCabe, an English teacher in Vietnam, believes so and this is why: bit.ly/CnfdncKeyf

Why I believe that confidence is key to English language learning

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Pearson English
02/22/2017 at 11:30. Facebook
Check out our latest guest post by Tom Rees (Eat Sleep Dream English), a teacher-turned-YouTuber! Tom gives an overview of the YouTube scene in ELT, and shares some examples of channels you can't miss. Read more: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Pearson English
02/21/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
2 performers, 9 years, 12 countries.

This rolling acrobatic theatre show is helping to break through language barriers. Here's how: bit.ly/Prfmncef

How the art of performance can overcome language barriers

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"Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can."

You might be surprised at what you can achieve with what you have. How have you surprised yourself during your language-learning journey?
"Knowing that progress in learning comes from creating opportunities for supported challenge, I can target activities for learner growth. The GSE makes this even easier to do when we understand what it means for a student to be “at” a level."

The #GlobalScaleofEnglish can help you put popular ELT theories into practice such as ZPD and i+1. Here's how: bit.ly/GSEZonef

Teaching in the zone with the Global Scale of English

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“Try to communicate in a way that is true to who you are.”

Find out how these two acrobatic performers are using a giant wheel to help overcome language barriers:
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How the art of performance can overcome language barriers

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Sure, ZPD and i+1 are great in theory, but how do we put them into practice in the classroom? Sara Davila takes a look: bit.ly/GSEZonef

Teaching in the zone with the Global Scale of English

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What's your favourite English word or phrase? Let us know and you could appear in our next blog! Simply comment below with your favourite word or phrase and why you have chosen it. #MyEnglishVocab
"You don’t always get what you wish for, you get what you work for."

Nothing beats hard work and dedication. What are your tips for staying focused whilst learning? Tell us below:
How do you manage large classes while catering to the intellectual needs of individuals? Imane Nejjar, a Pearson #ELTTeacherAward winner, has a solution: bit.ly/ELTImanef

Meet an award winner: Imane Nejjar

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"Always desire to learn something useful."

What is the most useful piece of knowledge you have learnt recently? Tell us in the comments below:

Some Monday Motivation inspiration for English learners

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What is scaffolding in ELT and how can the #GlobalScaleofEnglish help? Find out here: bit.ly/Scffldngf

Scaffolding: the art of building with the GSE

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Looking to avoid using English jargon at work? Here’s how to get all your ducks in a row: bit.ly/11jrgnf

11 ways you can avoid English jargon at work

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What if there was a way to provide further support for your students? The #GlobalScaleofEnglish offers teachers a new way to plan lessons that allows a strong level of support for learners. Click here to see it in action: bit.ly/Scffldngf

Scaffolding: the art of building with the GSE

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This student watched TV shows to learn English and is now an award-winning student. Could English change your life as much as it did for these 4 learners? bit.ly/EngChngLvs

How learning English can change lives

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