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20 MARCH 2013

Multiple accolades for Classroom Management Techniques

We are extremely proud that Jim Scrivener's excellent Classroom Management Techniques was awarded first prize in the highly prestigious English-Speaking Union HRH The Duke of Edinburgh English Language Book Awards 2012.

The English-Speaking Union called Classroom Management Techniques "a must-have for English language teachers across the world".

The book also picked up the 2012 Ben Warren prize at the annual International House conference in Barcelona, and has been receiving fantastic reviews in journals and magazines, as well as from influential bloggers - see Sab Will'shotchpotchenglish.com and the EL Gazette (January 2013) for just two examples.

Classroom Management Techniques offers a huge range of down-to-earth, practical techniques that will help you make the most of your teaching space and get your students working in more focused ways. It presents techniques for anticipating and avoiding problems in the classroom, allowing more time to be devoted to useful, meaningful activities.

Jim's accessible style of writing has clearly struck a chord with practicing ELT teachers and teacher trainers and fits perfectly into the ever-popular Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers series. A review of Classsroom Management Techniques on TEFLNET (November 2012) illustrates just how fond the ELT world is of this series of books:

"The Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers series is, arguably, the great handbook collection in English language teaching. Having offered practical ideas, techniques and activities for the teaching of English and other languages over the course of many decades, the books in this collection have provided inspiration for generations of both teachers and trainers."

                             

              

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