This year marks ClarityEnglish’s 30th birthday. Over the coming months we will share messages and lessons from a few people who have helped us get to this point. This week, Martin Moore shares four lessons for success in digital publishing.
Helping students avoid plagiarism
Andrew Stokes takes a look at how Study Skills Success can help students avoid plagiarism.
How to protect your licences
Unprotected licences might be the reason why your students are locked out of the programs you purchased for them. Here is how to avoid that.
Pronunciation: Speech in Action
If you’re looking for pronunciation models for your classroom, why not try these three websites?
Social media education: Learn anytime, anywhere
Social media teaching is growing in popularity. Why does it work and where do you start?
‘Why do students plagiarise?’
Andrew Stokes takes a look behind the act and suggests four reasons why your students might be plagiarising.
Preserving the page: Keeping paper in the classroom
Out with the old and in with the new? Not quite. Katie Stokes looks at three reasons paper still belongs in your classrooms.
Active Reading and ESOL Skills for Life
Elinor Stokes looks at how Active Reading can support students taking the UK’s ESOL Skills for Life qualifications — and by extension, similar tests in different countries.
The adventure of self-publishing
Have you ever wondered about the process of publishing, or becoming an author? In this mini-series, we share three different experiences of three different types of publishing. This week, Felicity O’Dell tells us how she self-published her book 100+ Tips and Tricks for Success in Language Learning.
Making EdTech projects succeed
Andrew Stokes looks at four key criteria that must be present for an IT project to succeed.