Category Archives: Italy

Bilingual babies get a head start before they can even talk

Here’s an interesting finding from the National Geographic: Even before they can babble a single word, babies in bilingual households may get a head start in life, according to a team of scientists in Italy. Rather than confusing babies, hearing … Continue reading

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Interview: Sue Swift from ELT Notebook

Sue Swift has been an EFL teacher and teacher trainer for over thirty years and has lived and worked in a variety of European and Asian countries. She is the author of a number of published courses, and runs a … Continue reading

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Teaching English in Italy and TEFL Jobs in Italy with TEFL Certification

By Luke Fisher In this latest article in the guest authors series, Luke Fisher delves into the Italian TEFL scene and what you might expect to find in the country: Teaching English in Italy is a great way to explore … Continue reading

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Latest TEFL Articles in the Guardian

Here are a selection of the latest stories from the Education Guardian: UAE college teacher wins innovation award for English course A “ground breaking” vocabulary course for female students in the United Arab Emirates was named the winner of the … Continue reading

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