English Teaching Network - The UK- BBC archives - "How we lived then..."


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Our English Teaching Network courses are for English teachers whose first language is not English based anywhere in the world!  We cover a range of topics that will help you enrich your vocabulary in English, improve your pronunciation/intonation, learn about different aspects of UK culture – and you’ll make new friends in your profession!

BBC archive – “How we lived then…” This course uses fascinating BBC archive material from the mid to late 1900’s showing a gentler, slower UK.

We will view and discuss the excerpts, talk about how life has changed for all of us and reflect on what has improved and what may have got worse!

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Helen Rogers
With a background of teaching French and English in secondary school and as a private tutor, my focus has always been to bring out the best in my students and strive towards increasing knowledge with a fun and encouraging attitude. After graduating from Newcastle University, I completed a PGCE in French and English at Oxford and (later) a Trinity TESOL certificate. I continue to enjoy teaching French, English and EFL to both children and adults and am currently learning sign language and a little Arabic. I love a challenge, hate to be bored, and very much look forward to meeting new students.
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