Category Archives: ELT

  1. When to follow


    April 25, 2016 by helenwaldron

    In my day, in Britain, having the words „easily led“ in your school report was just about the most damning …
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  2. More about Leadership


    March 13, 2016 by helenwaldron

    “I’ve added the transcript for that video at the bottom,” said Writewell to Speakeasy. “Yes,“ agreed Speakeasy. “He did speak …
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  3. Book Review: A-Z of Business Activities by Julie Pratten


    January 28, 2016 by helenwaldron

    Looking at all of the ELT books I’ve reviewed on this blog so far, you’ll notice that I like niche …
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  4. The Bee’s Knees


    October 20, 2015 by helenwaldron

    Writewell had finished work in the Hafen City, but instead of taking the train home, she got into the yellow …
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  5. Book review: “Presentation Lesson Hacks”, by Phil Wade


    September 13, 2015 by helenwaldron

    Why are so many people so terrified of giving presentations? I’ll tell you why, it’s because presentations demand The Full …
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  6. Denouement (…in which our heroes completely miss the point)

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    August 20, 2015 by helenwaldron

    Lightbulbs flashed as they came down to breakfast next morning. “Did you call the press?” asked Speakeasy. “In your dreams,” …
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  7. Depressed

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    August 15, 2015 by helenwaldron

    “What actually happens at a G8 summit?” asked Speakeasy. “Nothing much,” answered Writewell. “It’s just for heads of state to …
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