Come Cline with Me!

This is a follow up to a blog post I wrote a couple of months ago on using clines in language teaching,

First of all, I’d like to say a big thank you to all the readers, numbering over 35,000. An overwhelming response. It was a simple idea which seemed to strike a chord with teachers around the world. It goes to show how often the simplest of ideas can be the most effective.

As a result of the positive feedback from the post I decided to talk about this topic at the IH Teachers Online Conference on Friday 9th May. This session was recorded and the slides and recording are available on the conference blog or by clicking below.

It was a great conference and there were some super sessions from 25 teachers, trainers and managers from IH schools across the world. Each speaker had just ten minutes to present an idea so it gave some great snapshots of current practice, skills, tips and techniques.

Thank you to Neil McMahon and all the IH World team for organising such a great event, I look forward to the next one!

Why not check out the conference blog next time you have a spare ten minutes.

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