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British Council
British Council
Teaching English
A podcast series from British Council exploring some of the big questions in English language teaching.
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4.8 stars from 28 ratings
Great ELT podcast
A huge global business like ELT needs a channel of ideas and connections. This podcast helps to bridge the gap and unite EFL teachers everywhere. Excellent material. Shine on 🤗
Mo Sena via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/08/24
This is SO helpful!
What a fantastic resource for ELT - I am so glad I have discovered this. Brilliant tips and info sharing, and such a wide variety of contributors. I’m going to go back and listen to the previous series. Can’t believe I haven’t come across this before.
Lalalandia91 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/22/24
I’m a Japanese. My English level is low and my eyes are not good. I’m practicing to listen to native speakers conversations. This program introduces many types of accent English conversations. So I can practice listening and can study. These days I’ve been able to improve listening a little....Read full review »
0991751 via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 05/02/23
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Published 05/30/24
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