Liz is from the UK and has been teaching for 15 years in countries such as Hong Kong, Vietnam and Spain. She loves teaching speaking and listening skills, and in particular teaching lively, loud and fun teenage classes.]
Liz will be teaching Lesson A.
Michael is a passionate linguist; he studied French and German at Durham University, followed by a PGCE in Modern Languages. He now spends his time training teachers on all things ELT and his interests include collaborative learning and the creative use of video.
Michael will be teaching lesson B.
Dan has been involved in language education since 2001 and during that time has taught students of every age and level. In recent years, Dan has delivered teacher training sessions globally and has written or co-authored several student books and workbooks for adult and upper-secondary students.
Daniel will be teaching lesson C.
Rob has been involved in ELT as a teacher, director of studies and teacher trainer since 1994. He has numerous interest areas within the world of ELT, including teaching young learners and teenagers, teaching with technology, language and culture, and task-based learning.
Rob will be teaching lesson D.
Brian has devoted nearly three decades to teaching English and training other teachers. He hopes to share his experiences and learn from others in the ELT community in an effort to improve the quality of teaching and enhance the joy of learning. He is Teacher Training Department manager for Pearson in Spain and Portugal.
Brian will be teaching lesson B.
For the first part of John's teaching career he worked in language schools, teaching mainly younger learners and teenagers, and eventually branched out into other areas of EFL instruction, including exam English, business English, and teacher training.
In 2012, John completed an MA in Applied Linguistics with a focus on teaching English as a Foreign Language. After that, he undertook the Cambridge Delta in 2015.
Currently John works as an international teacher trainer and university lecturer, which provides him with plenty of opportunities to create and search for new ideas that help teachers and students achieve their goals in the classroom.
John will be teaching lesson E.