Faced with AI, social media, and ‘intercultural communicative competence’, students must engage with critical thinking. Here’s how to do it.
Extended edition: All series
Sometimes we come across a topic that can’t be fit into one post. So we created blog series. Take a look at our first four series here.
The quest for VoiceGPT
The voices we hear in day-to-day life aren’t always what they seem. In this post, we’ll identify the benefits of using computer generated voices as a resource for teachers, students and publishers – then we’ll ask whether the technology is up to the job yet.
Intonation: Guidelines, not rules
We discovered the hard way that generally accepted ‘rules’ for intonation are often misleading. Clear Pronunciation 2 balances ‘rules’ and ‘guidelines’. Here’s how.
Thirty years of Clarity
Our 30th anniversary has allowed us to connect, reflect and plan for the future. See more from our 30 year anniversary here.
Lessons in textspeak
It is so easy to feel lost and isolated online. Here is why textspeak is an essential part of English language learning.
Clarity at 30: What’s next?
Puiyee Chan, Clarity’s managing director, lays out the plans for the future.
Pronunciation at university: A case study
This study details how Ningbo University married textbook instruction of English pronunciation with digital resources. Here is how they did it.
Grammar: A refreshing revisit
Grammar has a reputation for focusing on errors. With Tense Buster, we focus on communication. Here is how.
EdTech over time
Andrew Stokes and Samuel Sheinberg look back on how EdTech has changed over the last 30 years and what we can expect in the future.