We’re posting our fourth article early, so that you can read it on your way to the IATEFL Conference! Written by Tamzin Berridge, it looks at things to keep in mind when you start out on a writing career. Do you have any tips to add? The MaWSIG blog features guest posts by members – […]
Our third article, written by Derek Philip, looks at critical materials writing. We’re looking forward to hearing members’ views on this interesting topic.
We are delighted to announce that MaWSIG has been placed on The Fair List for its Pre-Conference Event (PCE), Writing for Digital, at the IATEFL Conference 2014. The Fair List celebrates excellence of gender balance in plenary speakers, presenters or speaker panels at ELT events in the UK. (See www.thefairlist.org for more information.)
We’re pleased to present our second article, written by Claire Hart, which looks at rubrics. The MaWSIG blog features guests posts by seasoned authors and novice MaWSIG members, who contribute monthly articles based on their experience, research and the latest trends in materials development.
The No-Nonsense Guide to Writing, from ELT Writers Connected, is an ebook for anyone who is interested in designing and writing materials for the learning and teaching of English as a foreign (or additional) language. It can be downloaded for free here.
We’re delighted to present the inaugural guest blog article, written by Johanna Stirling, with a very appropriate title to begin a new year. The MaWSIG blog features both seasoned authors and novice MaWSIG members, who contribute monthly articles based on their experience, research and the latest trends in materials development.