EFL Magazine: The magazine for English language teachers

This week saw the launch of EFL Magazine, founded by Philip Pound, and edited by Sean Newton.  “The aims of EFL Magazine are simple yet ambitious,” says Philip. “To be the world’s number one magazine for English language teachers, to improve teachers’ lives by supplying the best content and access to the best people toContinue reading “EFL Magazine: The magazine for English language teachers”

Copernicus 2.0: native-speakers are no longer the centre of the English-speaking universe

This weekend I presented the results of our first “Europa Report” read-through at the Association for Teaching English through Movies (ATEM) Nishi-Nihon Conference, which was held at Hyogo University of Teacher Education here in Japan. Here are some highlights. Images: Start Motion Pictures; Magnet Releasing; NASA; JPL; Jan Matejko; Stockfresh; morgueFile The Greek philosopher andContinue reading “Copernicus 2.0: native-speakers are no longer the centre of the English-speaking universe”