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Europe (UK, Spain, Italy, Slovakia, Poland) – Erasmus+ Transnational Project – HLT Digital

TransformELT is currently involved in a transnational 2-yesr Erasmus+ project – The HLT Digital project. This project aims to aims to digitise and preserve a body of knowledge on Humanistic Language Teaching (HLT). The final HLT Digital web platform will provide a wide variety of different and maybe contradictory opinions of a range of HLT […]

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Pakistan – Materials development for English as a Subject for Teachers and Educators: International editor (2022-2024)

In partnership with the British Council and Quaid-e-Azam Academy for Educational Development. This editorial role involves overseeing the production over a 30-month period of a sequence of CPD courses by a team of Pakistan-based and international writers. The programme, which will be mandatory for a population of 108,000 teachers, comprises 90 hours of materials to

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Sudan – Publishing, editing and design services for English Language textbooks

This project involves editing, proofreading and design for two English language textbook series: English as University Requirement (EUR) and the SMILE series of textbooks for schools. Draft versions of the first two levels of the EUR series are being reviewed, revised and designed, with further materials written where necessary. The SMILE series, which was developed

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Rwanda – Content writing for face-to-face (intensive) English courses for secondary teachers

This project is part of the larger STELIR project and involved designing materials for face-to-face intensive courses for secondary teachers at CEFR A1, A2 and B2 levels. Three courses were developed: Adaptation of existing A1 level intensive course of 60 Development of an existing A2 level intensive course of 30 Development of a new B1

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Sub-Saharan Africa – Online Content Editing (2021-2022)

This multi-faceted project was designed to support the development of resources for Teaching English Africa, a regional version of the British Council’s Teaching English website, an English Connects initiative. As well as editing a substantial stock of unpublished resource materials for teachers devised for the website, project responsibilities also included the delivery of a series

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Vietnam: Formative Assessment for ELT in schools

The Vietnamese Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has recently acknowledged the value of formative assessment (assessment for learning) in the teaching of English from Primary Grade 3 to Secondary Grade 12. In a far-sighted and progressive policy, MOET has taken a comprehensive approach to fully integrating formative assessment practices within the national curriculum. Guidelines

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Vietnam: Formative Assessment Guidelines and Materials

In 2021 The National Foreign Languages Project (NFLP), part of the Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) in Vietnam, engaged Cambridge University Press (Vietnam) to produce overarching guidelines for formative assessment, together with classroom materials for use by teachers at lower (Grades 6-9) and upper (Grades 10-12) secondary levels. Similar guidelines and materials had already

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