Spring 2016

Special Feature: ETAS CROSSING BORDERS – Voices from the Belgian English Language Teachers Association

After an amazing journey to a variety of geographic locations, ETAS Journal is back to entrance us with the gifts of its travels – articles covering a pretty wide range of some of the most pertinent issues worthy of notice in the field of English Language Teaching, this time by fellow English teachers at BELTA, the Belgian English Language Teachers Association.

Table of Contents

Main Articles

Beyond language teaching – towards Global Citizenship: Teaching English as a life skill / Mark Fletcher

More than a guessing game / Rachael Roberts


ETAS CROSSING BORDERS: Voices from the Belgian English Language Teachers Association

Foreword / James Taylor


Dreams, vision, and intention – The secret behind a great association: Interview with Mieke Kenis / Julie Mangold-Kecskemeti


How e-tutors can sustain learner motivation and participation / Vedrana Vojković-Estatiev

Three ways a MOOC can help your online writing course / Vedrana Vojković-Estatiev

The ELT blogosphere / Mieke Kenis

Making active and creative use of all the language in your classroom / Joris van den Bosch

Homework: The dos and don’ts / Malou Van Loon

The challenge of teaching English to dyslexic students / Julia Shewry

The communicative approach to teaching conditionals in practice: Successful experiences / Jurgen Basstanie

  Teaching culture beyond the stereotype: A reflection on teaching difference of anglophone culture within a Belgian context /Eef Lenaers

Five things we can learn from a ‘Road Test’ / John Arnold

Capital, my dear Watson! Should ELF be officially recognised? / Joris De Roy  

And more… 

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