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Brain-based learning: teaching that reflects how the brain likes to learn

Sarah Phillips, co-author of Incredible English second edition, talks about teaching students how the brain likes to learn.

What do we know about the brain and how it learns? 646 more words

Skills

Reflect and relax: reasons to write?

Peter Redpath, co-author of Incredible English second edition, takes a look at writing exercises in the classroom.

The four skills are listening, reading, writing, and speaking. 679 more words

Skills

A Listening procedure step by step.

Peter Redpath, co-author of Incredible English second edition, takes a look at listening excercises in the classroom.

Listening is one of the receptive skills. 532 more words

Skills

Reading: Language you can put your finger on

Peter Redpath, co-author of Incredible English second edition, takes a look at reading and how it can be used in the classroom.

There are two productive skills, speaking and writing, and two receptive skills, listening and reading.  525 more words

Skills

Incredible Support for Cambridge Young Learners English Tests

How can you prepare your students for the Cambridge Young Learners English Tests? Peter Redpath, co-author of Incredible English second edition, gives some advice for the different test levels. 547 more words

Young Learners