In a recent interview, ESL expert Scott Thornbury, explained that teaching (and learning) grammar ideally happens through speaking activities that require students to produce specific structures of the language. The
The most exciting projects I’ve worked on are those in which cooperation and mutual benefit are at the core. This is a path that brings joy, growth, endless possibilities and creativity. As Stephen Covey puts it: “There is plenty for everybody; one person’s success is not achieved at the expense or exclusion of the success of others”.