Compiled by Marja Juhola Clocks are going forward this weekend and it is Easter next week. This can only mean one thing: spring is officially here! Before we forget all about March, let’s have a … Read More
By Lýdia Machová You know how they say that turning an ‘I’ into a ‘we’ turns ‘illness’ into ‘wellness’? Well, in real life, it doesn’t quite work out that way. From the 5th to the … Read More
Writing is a skill to be trained: “Rather than expecting students to put all these skills together, we must consider how to break them up, practise them effectively and gradually combine them – on the … Read More
Compiled by Marja Juhola. It has been a while since the last recap but here’s a selection of links to resources and blogs that we have found interesting in the last couple of months. Workshops/Conferences … Read More
James Taylor is a British English teacher in Costa Rico. TEFL Equity Advocates is a blog created “to speak out against the discrimination of non-native English speaker teachers (NNESTs) in TEFL/TESL industry.” How many times … Read More
Compiled by Marja Juhola Welcome to the first recap of 2014! Exciting things are happening – we (the Slovak Chamber of English Language Teachers) finally have our first officially elected Executive Committee and ELTForum 2014 … Read More
As of 27 December 2013, the Slovak Chamber of English Teachers exists as an official professional organisation in the Slovak Republic. As such, it is time to elect its first Executive Committee. Elections to the … Read More
We’re grateful to have Prof Gabi Lojova, a member of our advisory board, with us in June! Gabi will be sharing about learners and how they learn languages.
We’re excited to have a new face and voice share with us this year: Maggie Kubanyiova, a graduate of UKF Nitra, has ‘made good’ as an ELT professional not only here, but in the UK … Read More
The Chamber is pleased as punch, proud as a peacock and tickled pink to invite you to hear a living legend and brilliant linguist: David Crystal!