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.

12.3.2017

Empowering the “Empowered”: Facilitating Language Learning in Firms

As teachers of adult language learners, from time to time, we are confronted with situations in which a barrier to learning is thrown up and there […]
26.2.2017

Lessons Learned as an Overworked Language Teacher

We all know that hard work is the key to success. Thomas Edison once said, “Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration.” Maybe genius is […]
29.1.2017

Teaching and Tracking Vocabulary

If we ask language learners, “What is your main weakness in the language you are learning?” most will say, “My vocabulary.” Certainly, there are other issues […]
29.1.2017

An Invitiation

Dear Colleagues and Peers, We would like to invite you to take part in an exciting new project in language teaching and language learning management. We […]