Spring 2012 edition of the IH journal out now!

We are very pleased to be sending you the spring edition of the IH Journal – issue 32.   In this issue we have included the new special interest columns – Developing teachers and Young Learners.
 
The contents page below will give you a taster of what you can find in Issue 32

Celebrating 50 years of teacher training

Classroom Matters

  • Listening and self-access: a perfect partnership – Arizio Sweeting
  • Politeness and pragmatics in NNS interactions – Chia Suan Chong
  • Surviving your first year as an ELT teacher: what the CELTA doesn’t prepare you for as a NQT – Lewis Waitt

 Management Matters

  • Delegation – Letting go or losing control? – Maureen McGarvey

 Teacher Training and Development

  • The first ever IH Teachers’ online conference: ‘a proud moment in IH history!’ – Alastair Grant
  • Observations on observations – Chris Ożóg
  • IH CPD scheme – Shaun Wilden
  • Leaving a mark – Colin Barnett

Special Interest Columns

  • Young Learners – Kylie Malinowska, IHWO YL Advisor
  • Developing Teacher – Sandy Millin, IH Newcastle

Reviews
Speak Out series – reviewed by Stefano Federici, IH Rome Manzoni
Digital Play – reviewed by Shaun Wilden, IHWO
Communicative activities for EAP – reviewed by Norman Cain, IH Rome Manzoni
Teaching the pronunciation of ELF – reviewed by Chia Suan Chong, IH London

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About International House Buenos Aires Teacher Training

At International House Buenos Aires Teacher Training we teach languages and train teachers. As part of the International House World Organisation (IHWO), one of the leading language providers worldwide, our goal is to promote excellence in language education. We provide high quality English & Spanish language instruction and internationally recognised teacher training courses, which aim to increase standards in teaching and learning in wider contexts.
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