A Blog for Language Teachers

This blog is intended for teachers of foreign languages and language school managers. We provide observations and insights into practical issues in language teaching and approaches that work with language students. We advocate a critical and communicative approach to ELT and blended language learning.

Lesson & Activity Management, Planning & Access

We also try to point out advantages to using technology in teaching and LAMPA (Lesson & Activity Management, Planning & Access) in particular. The LAMPA system allows language teachers, schools and students to make use of time-saving tools for lesson planning, vocabulary tracking, course tracking, scheduling and reporting lessons. It is also an activity resource and sharing tool for language teachers.

1.7.2017

Communication versus Correctness in the EFL Classroom

Mistakes in Our Own Language As natives speakers, we all have did mistakes in our own language when we discuss about stuff. This is normal – our […]
1.7.2017

What do language learners expect?

The bar is always being raised in TEFL In the early 90s, when unkempt, grubby-jean-wearing, goatee-sporting, teaching travellers like me used to hang out in Prague […]
12.6.2017

Getting Personal with EFL Learners

When sharing personal information with learners, how much is too much? Is it unprofessional? Is anyone interested? How can it be used to help facilitate learning? […]
9.5.2017

MyLAMPA Webinar – Tuesday, 16 May 4:30 p.m. CET (GMT+2)

Click on image below to go to the YouTube channel. MyLAMPA webinar link