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Do coaching and technology make a good fit? - Biz-E-training This post is adapted from an article published in Business Issues, the IATEFL BESIG Newsletter, Summer 2015, Issue 90, and is reproduced with the kind permission of the Editor, Chris Stanzer. Available from In recent years, the use of coaching techniques in ELT has become increasingly widespread. The shift in role from teacher to coach has perhaps been prompted to some extent by the possible financial rewards it can bring, but when working in corporate settings with adult learners, establishing a coach / coachee relationship in the classroom, especially with one-to-one clients, would seem to make good pedagogical as well as commercial sense.

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Video Creation This page is designed to introduce and show you how to use various free video creation resources. Click here to learn how to create choose your own adventure videos in YouTube. Making Videos on the Web - A Guide for Teachers How to make an Animoto video. Introduction to the Myna sound mixer. My Money Week Resources - Young Enterprise & Young Money Resources & Activities The 2019 My Money Week resources are now available! We’ve created a brand new set of digital video resources to help your pupils explore a variety of financial decisions. Primary pupils will explore their feelings and attitudes towards spending and saving by making decisions on behalf of Max who is planning a day out through the primary videos. Secondary students will consider key concepts including borrowing, peer pressure and value for money by making decisions on behalf of Sophie who is attending a festival through the secondary videos. The videos are accompanied by a comprehensive set of Teaching Materials including 2 ready-to-teach lesson plans focusing on saving and a number of activities exploring key themes from the videos which can be used flexibly as assembly, whole school or classroom activities and can be easily tailored to the age and ability of your pupils.

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