Where could the ESU take you?
ESU Lindemann Scholar, Vivien Cumming is a scientist, photographer and writer who travels the world in the pursuit of new adventures and discoveries.
The importance of active listening
One of our mentors shares her experiences of the ESU Debate Tour in the USA. Active listening plays a crucial part in speaking and listening, oracy skills.
Lincolnshire student travel grant: Three testimonials
The Lincoln and Lincolnshire branch funds a travel grant of their own here are three testimonials from students.
Lincolnshire student travel grants
The Lincoln and Lincolnshire branch funds a travel grant of their own in an effort to support young people in developing and furthering their cultural understanding.
Circles of change
Teacher Patrick Ryan used his recent Walter Hines Page Scholarship to look at how oracy can help teach citizenship and the benefits this brings.
Lincolnshire Annual Dinner 2017
The Lincolnshire branch held its annual black-tie dinner in the recently opened Constance Stewart Building at the Bishop Grossette Universtiy in Lincoln.
Tales from Thailand
Gap-year student sponsored by the Devon & Exeter branch reports on her year teaching English to primary age children.
Oracy as a life skill
The latest research on spoken english from Cambridge University looks at how oracy can improve classroom discussions, critical thinking and the development of life skills.
There’s no ‘I’ in Schools’ Mace
Top tips on alleviating pressure on Schools' Mace participants and how getting your whole debate club involved can maximise the potential.
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