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Graham Palmer

Graham Palmer

Graham Palmer has been involved in language teaching since 1989, teaching in Turkey and the UK and working as a DoS and Principal. He believes skills work is crucial in helping language learners become fluid and fluent communicators. He has been chair of the Cambridge English Language Teachers' Association, edited the IATEFL Literature and Cultural Studies SIG Newsletter and has given papers at conferences, including IATEFL. He has also had five booklets of poetry published, worked as a freelance arts journalist and writes on historical subjects.

Cambridge University Press publications Real Writing 1 and 2 (Cambridge English Skills) Writing Extra (Cambridge Copy Collection)


 

Cambridge University Press bibliography

  • Cambridge English Skills: Real Writing

    Cambridge English Skills: Real Writing

    A four-level skills series for adults and young adults.

    Authors: Graham Palmer, Roger Gower, Simon Haines
    English Type: British English
    CEF Level: A2 - C1
    Publication date: 03/04/2008
  • Writing Extra

    Writing Extra
    A resource book of multi-level skills activities

    A resource book of multi-level writing activities.

    Author: Graham Palmer
    English Type: British English
    Publication date: 25/03/2004
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