In December, we find our cynical selves, usually alert to the danger of commercial manipulation, wiping away an unexpected tear while watching a… television advert. They hit on key elements of the human psyche, triggering strong emotions like joy, sadness, excitement or endearment. A company’s… Read More
Invite your students to discuss aspects of gender inequality, based on Binah Shah’s text Fix the Men! from E2. Download the worksheet here Teaching suggestions Relevant competency aims: understand, elaborate on and discuss lengthy discourses on general and specialized subjects elaborate on and discuss a… Read More
Tax avoidance – a multibillion-dollar industry Since the late 1980s, several multinational companies have been criticized for avoiding taxes by jumping through different European tax loopholes. A system called the “double Irish”, for instance, has made this possible. This is how Apple has used and… Read More
Looking back, the London seminar in May fills us with joy and gratitude. Thank you for making the journey with us. Happy summer!
The programme for Gyldendal’s London seminar for teachers of International English is complete. See what awaits 50 lucky participants here: Welcome to London Wish you were going? We bring a part of London to Gyldendalhuset 12 May. Read more about the Oslo seminar here.
The launch of our new textbook for International English, E2, gives us the privilege and pleasure of inviting English teachers to a seminar in Oslo. Samantha Simmonds, former journalist with the BBC and news anchor at Sky News, will shed light on Trump’s strategy of… Read More
We are absolutely delighted that so many of you want to come to London with us in connection with the launch of our new textbook, E2. The seminar was full within minutes and to those of you who were first past the post – we… Read More
This year we are going international. Following the launch of E2, our new textbook for International English, we move our annual seminar to London! We will announce the full programme and open for registration shortly but can promise educational and inspiring days. Stay tuned to secure… Read More
by Bronia Hamilton During our year in Australia we have been lucky enough to have a number of wonderful holidays. In early January we visited Hamilton Island. Although my surname is Hamilton, unfortunately no one in my family has any affiliation with the island. While… Read More
Senior Lecturer at Department of Political Science, UiO, Øivind Bratberg, was recently voted one of Norway’s best lecturers by Morgenbladet. On Tuesday 13 September he will join our SKILLS User Seminar, at Gyldendalhuset, to enlighten us on Brexit and the road ahead. After 36.000 students… Read More