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Nonstandard usage or error: where should we draw the line?

Nonstandard usage or error: where should we draw the line?

This article has been written by Penny Hands, who is one of the contributors to the Collins COBUILD English Grammar. If we’re going to talk about nonstandard English, it’s a good idea to start by asking what Standard English (SE) is.

10 Ways To Give Better Feedback

10 Ways To Give Better Feedback

Feedback comes in all shapes, sizes and flavours but the bottom line is that it must serve a learning function to bring about transformation and im...

School trips for Sociology

School trips for Sociology

A common question I hear from many teachers is about where to go on school trips for Sociology students as sadly much of the feedback in the past h...

Spreading a musical virus

Spreading a musical virus

Karen Marshall, co-author of the Get Set! Piano series and How to Teach Instrumental and Singing Lessons – 100 Inspiring Ideas, shares her advice ...

Do atlases still have a place in the modern secondary classroom?

Do atlases still have a place in the modern secondary classroom?

Geography departments within secondary schools across the UK rely on printed atlases for many different areas across the curriculum.