Motivation is the key to learning. We asked two successful Norwegians about their incentives for learning English. Perhaps their stories can help students reflect on their own experiences and language skills? Perhaps they might even inspire them to put in that extra effort. You can… Read More
A new school year is upon us. This teaching resource helps your students get acquainted with the content and aims of the course International English, using the cover of E2. Are you planning to use E2 in class this year? Here is our suggested year plan.… Read More
On 2 May, as part of our annual English seminar, 57 Norwegian teachers visited the Guardian’s headquarter in central London. Head of Education, Margaret Holborn, promised to share all the useful resources presented. You find them below. “Lots of viewpoints, knowledge, debate, questions, resources,… Read More
Have you planned the last lesson before Christmas yet? If not, here are a few suggestions that we hope will bring out the Christmas spirit in the classroom. Have fun!
For the past three years my students at Nannestad vgs have been writing and receiving letters from inmates all over the United States of America. We write to juveniles who have been incarcerated as adults where many of them are serving life without parole. Their… Read More
This will be the topic for Randall J. Stephens` talk on our English seminar this spring. He teaches American Studies and History at Northumbria University, Newcastle, and below he shares his top tips on following the upcoming election with your students.
Happy New Year – and welcome back! While Språkrådet named “det grønne skiftet”, Oxford Dictionaries named the emoji “Face with tears of joy” Word of the Year.
Have you planned that very last English lesson before Christmas yet? If not, here is a suggestion from us.
Halloween is just around the corner – Buh! We take this opportunity to remind you about the teaching material we made last year.
Meet Oskar Veggeland, Max Meinich and Oscar Lilleby, who are spending this autumn in Bath. Read their story.