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Penny Ur's 100 Teaching Tips

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Penny Ur's 100 Teaching Tips

Penny Ur's 100 Teaching Tips


Penny Ur



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£9.99 Paperback
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Date Published

February 2016

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Tried and tested teaching tips for language teachers.

This practical book, with its clear and accessible style, will be useful to many teachers, whether trainee, novice or experienced, in a variety of contexts. It provides a set of 100 hands-on tips on 19 different areas of classroom teaching, including using a coursebook, giving and checking homework, classroom discipline, testing and assessment. The clear and concise advice is accompanied by brief explanatory notes based on the author's extensive teaching experience.

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 20 March 2017

By AbdulrahmanAmer
Full-time teacher

I love you all looooooooool and i will learn more and more with you

 21 June 2016

By Tezza
Full-time teacher

This is one of the best teaching resource books I have read in many years. A delight to read and full of common sense tips, including many that seem counter-intuitive to new teachers, but which eventually distinguish good teachers from bad. This book contains points it has taken me 30 years to learn, and some points I hadn't even thought about, or through. Very reasonably-priced, too, for a such an invaluable resource.

 18 June 2016

By RodMurdison
Full-time teacher

It was great to read tips written by someone with so much practical experience, I especially liked talk lots - you are often the only person able to give genuine 'native speaker' examples of pronunciation, intonation, etc. obvious really and yet this contrasts with what we are frequently taught, that TTT should be kept to a minimum.

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