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National Apprenticeship Week 2018 – ‘Your Webinar Teacher’ Can Help You Deliver The Results!

2018 is the Year of Engineering. Rightly so as it seeks to celebrate, consolidate and broaden the reach of one of the most productive sectors of the UK economy. Clear and effective communication are vital for the successful growth and development of any business. In the Engineering sector, this becomes even more apparent with the…

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Which one’s Which?

You’re just about to tackle Paper 2 on the GCSE English paper and you’ve been given two sources to read.  One from the 19th Century Non Fiction and one from the 20th or 21st Century Non Fiction. I’d always assumed it was easy to tell which was which. Until recently when I heard a Year…

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Recent Student Feedback

We’re proud of the work we do and that’s why we always like to receive student feedback. Here are some recent comments from a range of Year 11 students who are all studying for the GCSE English Language examination. One student reported valuing the work done to help familiarise him with the questions he’ll be…

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Sweat Like A Robot – Improving Your GCSE English Exam Performance.

Scientists in Japan have created a humanoid robot that can work out and even sweat just like a human. These new robots can be used as crash test dummies and to design muscle analytics for athletes and sports. It’s all about reducing risk and improving performance. Got me thinking about how we could apply this…

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Really good English teaching.

I thought now might be a good time to explain why I created Your Webinar Teacher. For me, the clue is in the word ‘teacher’. Because that’s what I’ve been for most of my career in one form or another – an English teacher. A really good English teacher too. I bumped into an ex-student…

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Reasons for Reading

Walk into any bookshop and you’ll see lots of different people quietly browsing the shelves, looking at books on a wide range of subjects – from revolutions to rock stars, gardening to genetics. Some may be sat with a coffee, gently flicking through their chosen books, the words racing by under their steady gaze, as…

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