Puiyee Chan, Clarity’s managing director, lays out the plans for the future.
IELTS for teachers
This month we are highlighting this post by Sean McDonald of telc Language Tests. Here he explains why not all tests are created equal.
Here are four pieces of IELTS Speaking advice from top experts, along with links to prep videos and fact sheets for teachers to use however they wish.
What is the difference between ‘accuracy’ and ‘reliability’? Learn ten key phrases in testing terminology.
Top advice from IELTS experts, links to prep videos, and fact sheets – all for you to use however you wish.
At JALT 2018, Matthias Prikoszovits (MP) from Universität Wien tells Sieon Lau (SL) about the importance of providing vocational experience, cultural knowledge and help on understanding legal language.
This case study describes the role of the Dynamic Placement Test in an international project to help young Syrian refugees enter higher education.
Andrew Stokes presents an ingenious technique for demystifying the CEFR. The idea, devised by Sean MacDonald of telc, is to compare it to cooking.
In this post, Andrew Stokes looks at the first two stages of matching test items to the CEFR – with an accompanying webinar clip and report.
Language ability in academic versus real life settings can differ greatly. That’s why the CEFR is the perfect tool to measure what students really ‘can do’.
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.
Andrew Stokes takes a look at how Study Skills Success can help students avoid plagiarism.
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.
If you’re looking for pronunciation models for your classroom, why not try these three websites?
Social media teaching is growing in popularity. Why does it work and where do you start?
Sieon Lau reports on a Road to IELTS upgrade that enables IELTS test takers to prepare for the increasingly popular IELTS on computer.
Andrew Stokes asks Idah Chunga and Justina Kilumelume how the British Council helps IELTS candidates in Zambia.
Sarah Philpot led the team which redesigned the Road to IELTS Speaking section. In this post, she describes the program features and the approach behind the update.
Andrew Stokes points to a life hack that helps IELTS candidates optimise their preparation time.
Lucas Gade discusses a successful strategy for reducing the number of expensive, time-consuming IELTS retakes.