Film in Action Nominated in ESU Awards

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I’m delighted to announce that my latest book Film in Action: Using Moving Images to Teach Language (Delta Publishing) has been shortlisted in the prestigious English-Speaking Union English Language Awards in the  Resources for Teacher category.

The ESU’s English Language Awards help to celebrate and reward innovation and good practice in the field of English Language and English Language teaching. The awards focus on resources which aim to improve oracy skills in the English Language.

The winners of be announced and presented by HRH Princess Anne at an awards ceremony at Dartmouth House, Mayfair, London on the 28th of November.

Fingers crossed!

 

For more information about Film in Action watch this brief trailer.

 

 

For more information on the awards, check out the ELA programme page here or the full press release with images.

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