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Jack C. Richards on Communicative Competence - Part 1 of 2
 
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In this video cast, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses communicative competence.
What are the best ways to memorise new vocabulary?
 
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Cambridge University Press author Michael McCarthy answers your questions about English. Find more resources for studying English at: http://www.selfstudy.cambridge.org/
Total Physical Response (TPR) - Teacher Training film no. 8
 
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Günter Gerngross demonstrates a TPR sequence with a class of children using Playway Second edition. The children learn vocabulary using mimes, gestures and drawings on the board. Find out more about Playway at www.cambridge.org/elt/playway
Jack C. Richards on Communicative Language Teaching
 
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In this video, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses communicative language teaching.
Academic English - Prof. David Crystal on standard vs. non-standard English
 
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In this short extract Prof. David Crystal sets the background to the discussion about standard and non-standard English. Watch the full lecture and practise your lecture skills at www.cambridge.org/elt/lectureC1.
How to open and close presentations? - Presentation lesson from Mark Powell
 
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In this clip Mark Powell provides best practice tips for opening and closing presentations. Go to www.cambridge.org/elt/dynamicpresentations to learn more about Mark Powell's course.
Jack C. Richards on Task Based Language Learning
 
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In this video cast, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses task based language learning.
Jack C. Richards on the Noticing Hypothesis
 
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In this video cast, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses the noticing hypothesis.
Hello! A song for very young learners of English from Super Safari
 
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Get your children dancing with this fun song from Cambridge University Press's Kindergarten course - Super Safari! This song teaches very young learners of English to say 'hello', 'stand up' and 'sit down'. It is suitable for children at complete beginner level (pre-A1). Want inspiration for using songs in the pre-primary classroom? Here's a model lesson showing how to teach English with songs: https://youtu.be/fP3QW7YDIIY Find out more about Super Safari: http://bit.ly/2r6ZzWU Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest English Language Teaching videos, tips and advice: http://bit.ly/CUPELTYouTube Discover more great content like this on the World of Better Learning: http://bit.ly/2q7gPON
Jack C. Richards on Listening Comprehension
 
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In this video, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses listening comprehension.
What is English Profile?
 
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English Profile is a research project contributed to and utilised by Cambridge University Press, which seeks to explain what the CEFR means for English language teaching. For more information, visit www.englishprofile.org
Jack C. Richards on Successful Language Learners
 
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In this video, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses successful language learners.
Preparing teenagers for the PET exam - Writing Paper
 
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Emma Heyderman lists some of the most important tips and techniques when taking the PET exam as part of her 2010 IATEFL talk. For more resources, go to: http://www.cambridge.org/gb/elt/catalogue/subject/project/item5629558/Complete-PET/?site_locale=en_GB&currentSubjectID=382391
Playway Teacher training films - Part 2: Multi-sensory vocabulary drilling
 
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Watch Herbert Puchta using Playway Second edition in class. In this short training film, Herbert teaches the children animal vocabulary using pictures and movement.
Historia de Cambridge University Press
 
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5 siglos imaginando el futuro... La historia de Cambridge University Press en 4 minutos. www.cambridge.org
Getting Students to Stick to English During the Lessons: Herbert Puchta (Teaching Teenagers Tip #3)
 
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In this video, Herbert Puchta shares his ideas for getting students to use the English during the lesson, rather than their own language. Discuss what you think of this tip with other teachers of teenagers on our dedicated Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Teaching-Teenagers-and-Young-Learners/10150124024575131?v=wall&ref=search
Animal song from the Kid's Box Level 3 interactive DVD
 
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This entertaining children's song is from the Kid's Box Level 3 interactive DVD. Kid's Box is a six-level English language course for young learners, and Level 3 begins the YLE Movers cycle (CEF level A1).
Academic English: How Is It Different? - An interview with Martin Hewings
 
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Martin Hewings discusses what makes teaching and learning academic English different from general English, and introduces Cambridge Academic English - the new integrated skills course for EAP (English for Academic Purposes) featuring authentic lectures from the University of Cambridge for real listening practice. www.cambridge.org/elt/eap Cambridge Academic English prepares students for university study by developing their skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking, study and lecture skills, and critical thinking) and language using authentic texts and videos of authentic lectures from the University of Cambridge.
How to teach English to very young children with songs - Super Safari
 
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If you wish to find out how to teach English to very young children with songs, this video is for you. It includes practical ideas, best practice and actual lesson footage. Find out more about Super Safari, the exciting course from Cambridge University Press ELT for very young learners: http://cambridge.org/supersafari Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest English Language Teaching videos, tips and advice: http://bit.ly/CUPELTYouTube
David Marsh on CLIL
 
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David Marsh gives a great insight into CLIL answering relevant questions: the future of CLIL, advice on how to start up a CLIL programme and much more. To find more resources, go to: http://www.cambridge.org/gb/elt/catalogue/subject/item2558846/CLIL/?site_locale=en_GB
Jack C. Richards on Text Based Instruction
 
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In this video cast, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses text based instruction.
Jack C. Richards on Professional Development for ESL/ELT Professionals
 
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In this video, Jack discusses professional development for ELT/ESL professionals.
Raymond Murphy on English Grammar in Use
 
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Raymond Murphy is author of the world's best-selling grammar books for learners of English: http://cambridge.org/inuse This interview, a world first, was filmed by Cambridge University Press in December 2011. Raymond explains how the first English Grammar in Use book came to be written and how it has developed over the years. Now, you can study grammar anytime, anywhere with the English Grammar in Use App for Android and iOS! Try the first 6 units for free: http://cambridge.org/eguapp
face2face Second edition - Real World Unit 3 (Pre-intermediate)
 
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This Real World video lesson from face2face Second edition looks at apologies, reasons and promises. To find out more about face2face Second edition from Cambridge University Press, please visit www.cambridge.org/elt/face2face2.
face2face real world video - unit 2 - Jackie and Kevin's blind date
 
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Jackie goes on a blind date with Kevin. Did it go well? You can find out more about face2face real world video lessons by going to http://cambridge.org/face2face2
Chants - Playway teacher training film no.5
 
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Watch Herbert Puchta demonstrate the use of chants to learn vocabulary with a class of young learners. The material is taken from Playway Second edition, a four-level English Language course for children. Find out more at www.cambridge.org/elt/playway
English Vocabulary in Use: Advanced - Learning phrasal verbs
 
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In this video, Anna provides useful tips on learning phrasal verbs and how you can use English Vocabulary in Use: Advanced to help you in this challenging area. To find out more go to http://cambridge.org/vocabinuseadvanced
Academic English: Why use real academic materials? - An interview with Martin Hewings Part 2
 
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In this part of the interview Dr Martin Hewings talks about the benefit of using authentic reading and listenig materials and academic corpus to teach academic English. Visit cambridge.org/elt/eapcourse to learn more.
Classroom Management | Jim Scrivener's Secrets
 
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Jim Scrivener reveals his secret teaching tip, and answers your questions from Facebook and Twitter! Recorded at IATEFL 2012 in Glasgow. Jim is the author of "Classroom Management Techniques" (Cambridge University Press) and other English language teaching materials. You can find more information on our website at cambridge.org/elt
Jack C. Richards on Lesson Plans
 
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In this video cast, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses lesson plans.
English Vocabulary in Use: Advanced - Expressing feelings with idioms
 
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In this video, Anna provides useful tips on how to use idioms to express your feelings in everyday situations. She also highlights how English Vocabulary in Use: Advanced can help in this challenging area. To find out more go to http://cambridge.org/vocabinuseadvanced
Teaching Grammar Communicatively
 
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From the Ventures Professional Development DVD. Ventures Second edition is a six-level, four-skills English language course from Cambridge University Press that empowers students to achieve their academic and career goals.
Jack C. Richards on Competency Based Instruction
 
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In this video cast, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses the concept of competency based instruction.
Cambridge English Empower - How does it work?
 
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Visit http://cambridge.org/cambridge-english-empower to find out more about this new general English course for adult learners combining course content from Cambridge University Press with validated assessment from Cambridge English Language Assessment. Cambridge English Empower provides a unique mix of engaging classroom material and reliable assessment, with personalised online practice, enabling learners to make consistent and measurable progress.
Come to Cambridge! Join Cambridge University Press online
 
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Connect with leading ELT authors, language experts, and inspirational teachers just like you, on the Cambridge University Press social channels and communities. For classroom resources, competitions, teaching tips and more search CambridgeUPELT on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus. For a weekly dose of free professional development, sign up to the Cambridge Webinars series: http://bit.ly/1V6lI3t Read long form opinions and advice on the latest ELT topics, along with practical lesson ideas and classroom activities, on Cambridge Conversations: http://bit.ly/1UFtHVp And of course, subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest English Language Teaching videos, tips and advice: http://bit.ly/CUPELTYouTube
Herbert Puchta's top tip for motivating teenagers
 
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English in Mind author, Herbert Puchta, shares his top tip for motivating teenagers in the classroom. To see more top tips or to submit your own, visit http://tipexchange.cambridge.org/ English in Mind - Motivation Tip Exchange Cambridge University Press ELT
face2face real world video - unit 2 - Jackie and Damon's blind date
 
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Jackie goes on a blind date with Damon. Did it go well? You can find out more about face2face real world video lessons by going to http://cambridge.org/face2face2
Teaching academic English | Martin Hewings' Secrets
 
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Martin Hewings reveals his secret teaching tip about teaching academic English, and answers your questions from Facebook and Twitter! Recorded at IATEFL 2012 in Glasgow. Martin Hewings is the author of "Advanced Grammar in Use", "English Pronunciation in Use", "Cambridge Academic English" (Cambridge University Press) and many other popular English language teaching books and materials. You can find more information on our website at cambridge.org/elt
Preparing teenagers for the PET exam - Listening Paper
 
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Emma Heyderman gives an insight into the Listenig Paper as part of the PET exam during her 2010 IATEFL talk. Tips and techniques for the students are explained throughout the video. For more resources, go to: http://www.cambridge.org/gb/elt/catalogue/subject/project/item5629558/Complete-PET/?site_locale=en_GB&currentSubjectID=382391
What is the difference between 'managed to...' and 'was able to...'?
 
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Cambridge University Press author Michael McCarthy answers your questions about English. Find more resources for studying English at: http://www.selfstudy.cambridge.org/
The Lexical Approach | Leslie Hendra's Secrets
 
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Leslie Hendra reveals her secret teaching tip, and answers your questions from Facebook and Twitter! Recorded at IATEFL 2012 in Glasgow. Leslie is one of the co-authors of "English Unlimited" (Cambridge University Press)
How to teach English to very young children with stories - Super Safari
 
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If you wish to find out how to teach English to very young children with stories, this video is for you. It includes practical ideas, best practice and actual lesson footage. Find out more about Super Safari, the exciting course from Cambridge University Press ELT for very young learners: http://cambridge.org/supersafari Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest English Language Teaching videos, tips and advice: http://bit.ly/CUPELTYouTube
Setting up the mimio® - How to use an Interactive Whiteboard - clip 2
 
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This is the second of a series of nine videos showing teachers how to use an interactive whiteboard in class. The mimio® allows you to set up an Interactive Whiteboard on any plain surface. Find out more on the Cambridge University Press ELT website at www.cambridge.org/elt.
Jack C. Richards on New Englishes
 
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In this video cast, Professor Jack C. Richards discusses new Englishes.