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Deadline: 31 May 2016
These awards focus on resources which aim to improve oracy skills in the English Language, and are split into the following four categories:
- The English in Action Award for Resources for Young Learners (ages 3-11)
- The Duke of Edinburgh Award for Resources for Secondary and Higher Learners (ages 12 and above)
- The Duke of Edinburgh Award for Resources for Teachers
- The President's Award for the use of new technology in ELT*
*The President's Award recognises the widespread and successful use of technology to enhance English teaching and learning worldwide. It is presented for innovation and good design in the use of technology, for the teaching, learning and advancement of English as a second, foreign or additional language.
Oracy refers to spoken communication for learning and thinking. Oracy is to speaking and listening, what literacy is to reading and writing, and numeracy is to mathematics.
We are now open for submissions. Please read the guidelines for more information, before completing a submission form.
The awards are open to any organisation or individual, not just those from the English language teaching profession.
Submissions will be assessed on: design, presentation and usability; language and teaching content; and potential and innovation.
Submissions' deadline: 31 May 2016.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us on 0207 529 1591.
BEST ENTRY FOR TEACHERS
Translation and Own-Language Activities
by Philip Kerr, Series Editor: Scott Thornburyn(Cambridge University Press)
BEST ENTRY FOR LEARNERS
Our World: Level 4
by Joan Kang Shin, JoAnn Crandall, Diane Pinkley, Gabrielle Prtichard, Rob Sved, Kate Cory-Wright and Ronald Scro. (National Geographic Learning l Cengage Learning)
Motivating Learners, Motivating Teachers: Building Vision in the Language Classroom
by Zoltán Dörnyei and Magdalena Kubanyiovan (Cambridge University Press)