Vox pops videos can transform your Business English classroom The term vox pop comes from the Latin term vox populi, meaning voice of the people. In modern media terms, it refers to the method of recording people’s responses to questions… Read More ›
In advance of his talk at the BESIG conference in Malta (November 10-12), John Hughes describes how he makes use of business research in his teaching and materials writing. Business research can take many forms – from a customer survey… Read More ›
The original Business Result came out nearly ten years ago so the good news is that it’s coming out as a second edition. The first three levels (Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate) are now available and the other three levels (Starter, Upper Intermediate,… Read More ›
10 attack strategies for teaching the text in Business English This is a recent post on the OUP blog summarising how I approach a text for teaching or materials writing.
One of my main writing projects in the last few years has been working on the Business Result series from Oxford University Press. Part of the project was to develop a teacher training DVD to accompany each teacher’s book in… Read More ›