The New Internationalist Easier English Wiki is intended to be a constantly evolving resource for anyone learning English and teachers of English all around the world. It is open to everyone - please use it and let us know what you think.
The Wiki has now been turned into a series of 3 short booklets (for Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate and Advanced learners): 'Global Justice in Easier English' - both for self access learning and use in class (eg. on short courses and to supplement course books). For more information and to buy from the Ethical Shop:
Please send us your feedback/get involved. Email: [email protected]
More information about the Wiki:
Workshop at IATEFL conference Glasgow April 2017: "ELT in powerful, authentic global justice contexts"
Training session at Tower Hamlets College, London, 10th February 2017: Grammar in authentic contexts:
Presentation at Paris TESOL, 20th November 2016:'Global Justice in ELT: around the world in 60 minutes' (without the photo competition, which was too large to upload!):
Presentation at InnovateELT conference, Barcelona, May 2016:
IATEFL Birmingham, ESOL SIG PCE:
NATECLA 'Politics, Participation and Prevent' conference November 2015: "Banners and protest chants: a meaningful, invigorating context for language work" : https://prezi.com/q6ayng_evuaz/radical/
IATEFL Manchester conference April 2015: "Around the world in 45 minutes: global justice in ELT" http://prezi.com/5dmozoesstjf/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy
Prezi presentation on "Radical Phonology" for Accentuate NATECLA/IATEFL Pron SIG conference, London 21.2.15: https://prezi.com/q6ayng_evuaz/radical/
Blog by Mike Harrison: http://www.mikejharrison.com/2013/01/new-internationalist-easier-english-wiki/
NATECLA news Autumn 2013: (click on the link and scroll down to page 5) http://us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u=251bb99b55142eb85a85a6463&id=7bf8e81bce&e=e357557aae
Linda Ruas : after travelling quite a lot and teaching/training in Brazil and Japan, Linda is now training ESOL teachers and teaching ESOL at a London college. Recently she has taught and trained teachers in both Sao Tome and Principe and the Calais migrant camp. She is also Joint Coordinator of the IATEFL Global Issues SIG.
John Shepheard : has taught TM, English as a Foreign Language and trained TEFL teachers in the UK and abroad; he has written and presented programmes for the BBC World Service and is the author of five TEFL books including The Anti Grammar Grammar Book; he now trains ESOL/EFL teachers in a London college.