Filming the school in Auckland, New Zealand

Students make videos with the theme ‘What if…’ See their creations.

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One of the videos made by Kate’s students on the theme of ‘What if…’   Another of the videos made by Kate’s students on the theme of ‘What if…’   The Upper Intermediate students made short videos to show the experiences and possibilities international students have when they study English at Languages International in New Zealand.

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Ann did CELTA in Auckland

Where are they now? What our CELTA graduates are doing: Ann

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Ann is teaching in New Zealand. 1 Where are you teaching at the moment? I recently finished my teaching contract in Wellington at MCLaSS: Multicultural Learning and Support Services teaching refugees and migrants. I have now moved back to Auckland, looking forward to continuing my career in teaching ESOL. Since finishing my contract with MCLaSS,

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Learn English in New Zealand and eat pavlova

A delicious end to the term: Pavlova Decorating Competition

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At the end of last term, Sally’s Lower Intermediate General English class had a pavlova decorating competition. Pavlova is a traditional New Zealand dessert. In the competition, there were four teams. Their teacher Sally gave each team half a pavlova, cream, kiwifruit, strawberries, and some chocolate buttons. Their job was to make their pavlova look

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Courses in New Zealand - Lolly Cake

Social Programme: Make New Zealand Lolly Cake and Practise English

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Languages International has a Social Programme of after-school activities. It is an opportunity to meet new friends from all over the world and to practise your English. We have different activities each week, but the most popular ones are repeated several times a year. One of these popular activities is making Lolly Cake. Lolly Cake is an easy, fun,

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Melissa Hecksher Graduating with her Master in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Congratulations to our teacher, Melissa Hecksher, on gaining her Master’s degree & joining Languages International’s Teacher Training team

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We would like to congratulate our teacher Melissa Hecksher, who has graduated from the University of Auckland with a Master of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages with First Class Honours. Melissa is adding this to an already impressive array of qualifications including her Bachelor of Arts degree, Cambridge CELTA and Cambridge Delta. Melissa

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Congratulations to our student Suzy Sun on passing her OET exam!

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Congratulations to our student Suzy Sun on passing her OET exam! Suzy is now moving forward with her Nursing Registration. We are very proud of her accomplishment. Suzy was recently featured on Languages International’s Students Say page where she wrote about her impressions of Languages International, its teachers and its OET preparation course. The Occupational

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Where are they now? What our CELTA graduates are doing: Haolei Hu

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Haolei Hu is working in Jiangxi Normal University, in the South-East of China. 1 What was your background before you took the CELTA, teaching and other? Before taking CELTA, I had been a university lecturer in China for 9 years, a part-time study center teacher in English Language Academy of University of Auckland for over

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Craig Thaine’s new article in Modern English Teacher

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Our Director of Teacher Training has published a new article ‘Assessment and Motivation in English Language Programmes’ in the most recent copy of Modern English Teacher. In the article, Craig looks at the relationship between assessment and students’ motivation. Drawing on studies from primary and secondary general education, the article outlines some of the ways

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