In our second post written by speakers at the MaWSIG Showcase at the annual IATEFL Conference on 4 April in Liverpool, Rob Howard encourages us to put dreams into practice by becoming successful independent authors. Using the old philosophical question of ‘If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear […]
Every year, the Special Interest Groups within IATEFL are invited to curate a day of talks related to their area of special interest. At MaWSIG’s Showcase on 4 April in Liverpool this year, we shone our spotlight on eight fascinating talks. The first four were part of a Forum on Research informing materials writing, and […]
To end our series of posts covering the MaWSIG-LitSIG joint Pre-Conference Event in Liverpool on 1 April 2019, and following on from yesterday’s blog about how to write graded readers, Andrew Dilger and the OUP ELT design team designed a poster showing how Oxford University Press goes about commissioning its graded readers.
For the penultimate post in our series covering the sessions at the MaWSIG-LitSIG joint Pre-Conference Event in Liverpool on 1 April 2019, Christien van Gool has summarised the last talk of the day: Helen Holwill and Nicola Prentis spilling the beans on writing graded readers.
In the seventh of our posts covering the MaWSIG-LitSIG joint Pre-Conference Event Creative Arts and Materials Writing in Liverpool on 1 April 2019, Christina Klein Wolf and Edward Wolf describe how they design materials for teaching Shakespeare in the classroom.