Every English teacher will need the English Project

Pratley, Beryl
February 2010
Education Journal;Feb2010, Issue 121, p22
The article offers information about the English Project, a literacy campaign that promotes the English language in Great Britain. The campaign has encouraged young people in various schools and colleges to develop a deeper understanding about the nature of English. The project has also organized some special events intended to enliven English teaching in different stages of education.


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