Pearson English
03/26/2017 at 13:15. Facebook
Getting yourself tangled up in new vocab? Here’s a new way to teach it: bit.ly/ttkvocabf

How the GSE Teacher Toolkit provides a new way to teach vocabulary

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Pearson English
03/25/2017 at 14:10. Facebook
"Research led by Dr Daniela Perani, a professor of psychology at Vita-Salute San Raffaele University in Milan, found that people who speak two or more languages seem to weather the ravages of Alzheimer’s disease better compared to people who have only mastered one language."

Could acquiring another language help protect you from Alzheimer’s disease? bit.ly/BlnglBrnf

How being bilingual can help keep your brain in good condition

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Pearson English
03/24/2017 at 15:11. Facebook
These are the 5 things you need to remember when writing your CV: bit.ly/Engcvf

5 tips for presenting your English language skills on your CV

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Pearson English
03/23/2017 at 14:17. Facebook
"Start by doing what’s necessary, then what’s possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible."

Are you doing something you once thought was impossible? Share your story with us in the comments below:
Pearson English
03/22/2017 at 14:50. Facebook
Bilingualism can help shape your brain in ways that you might not realise: bit.ly/BlnglBrnf

How being bilingual can help keep your brain in good condition

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Classrooms, content and creativity. Find out how the GSE Teacher Toolkit can help inspire your teaching techniques: bit.ly/GSEtoolkit

Reaping the value of GSE and the GSE Teacher Toolkit

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"An obstacle is often a stepping stone."

What language learning or teaching obstacles have you overcome recently? Tell us in the comments below:
Developing your personal brand as a teacher can bring with it a sense of belonging, security and confidence. Here’s everything you need to know: bit.ly/TchBrandf

Why 21st-century teachers should be building their personal brand

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From allophilia to absolutely fabulous, here are some of our favourite English words and phrases! bit.ly/MyEngVocabf

Our favourite English words and phrases

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What does your personal brand say about you? bit.ly/TchBrandf

Why 21st-century teachers should be building their personal brand

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We asked for your favourite words and phrases and were amazed by some of the brilliant entries you put forward! Click here to see just a few of our favourites: bit.ly/MyEngVocabf

Our favourite English words and phrases

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"One way to keep momentum going is to have constantly greater goals."

What other ways do you keep momentum going during your language learning journey? Tell us here:
Have any of these jargons, idioms and colloquialisms confused you in the workplace? bit.ly/11jrgnf

11 ways you can avoid English jargon at work

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"What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to a human soul."

Why are you proud to be a teacher? Share your story in the comments below:
Living abroad and the high level of job satisfaction led Max to make a drastic change to his career. Could you do what he did? Read his full story here: bit.ly/TchngSmilef

Why teaching English makes me smile every day

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Yep, Tina Turner could act as your personal English tutor and this is how: bit.ly/2mAEK6P
“One day I was specialising in mechanical engineering and now I teach English – and that puts a smile on my face whenever I take the time to think about it.”

Read Max’s story here: bit.ly/TchngSmilef

Why teaching English makes me smile every day

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“Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try.”

What are your language-learning goals? Tell us in the comments below:
We asked you what your favourite songs were for learning English. Find out which ones made it to our blog here:

Useful song lyrics for English learners and teachers

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“In just the first year of using the new curriculum, student progress increased by 33 per cent – and this rose to 50 per cent in the second year.”

Professor and researcher, Belgin Aydin on the how the #GlobalScaleofEnglish can transform curriculum when teaching: bit.ly/TrkGSEf

How we remapped our English curriculum using the Global Scale of English

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