Watch the video recording and read the transcript of Tim Minchin’s Occasional Address to graduate students at the UWA on http://www.timminchin.com. (Runtime: 18:16. The presentation of the nine life lessons starts at 02:50)
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
Our new textbook for International English will arrive in April. We look forward to presenting it! On our web page you can read more about E2, order a sample copy and get the latest updates on our English seminar. Visit our web page Suggested lesson plan… 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!
One of the things that Bronia was really looking forward to during her family’s year in Australia was eating out. With her parents available as babysitters, and countless fantastic restaurants in Sydney, she has had many culinary experiences. Early in the New Year she and… Read More
Friday, February 12, 2016 For this installment of Straight from the Horse’s Mouth, Bronia has talked to a young designer who started his own clothing brand in order to bring his illustrations to the public.
by Gro Lokøy Aim: Explore equality and feminism, and writing a film review. Time: 4x 45 minutes Level: Vg1/Vg2/Vg3
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.
Bronia Hamilton, English teacher and Oslo’s FYR coordinator for English, continues to provide us with up-to-date teaching resources from Australia. Below follows part three in the series.