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Tips from winning authors

Some of our Lesson Share winners talk about their experience with the competition and how it has helped their careers. 

Catherine Zgouras

catherine zgouras

Catherine Zgouras is a Cambridge examiner and teacher trainer who runs her own foreign language school in Greece. A two-time lesson share winner, Catherine explains her move into the world of ELT and what motivates her when writing a good lesson plan.

“If you aren’t happy with what you’ve produced, write it again

Read Catherine’s full interview here.

Colm Boyd

colm boyd

Colm Boyd hails from Country Cork in Ireland. He has been working in Barcelona for over 12 years and runs his own ELT blog. From throwing a dart to select his next destination to working for the British Council, Colm talks us through his colourful career in ELT. 

“Ask yourself whether it excites you”

Read Colm’s full interview here.

Simon Mumford

simon mumford

Based in Izmir, Turkey, Simon Mumford, teaches EAP in the univeristy sector and has had lessons published in both ELT magazines and websites. Simon draws on nearly 30 years’ teaching experience to reveal what he believes are the essentials for an excellent lesson. 

“My advice for writing a winning lesson plan is to follow your interests”

Read Simon’s full interview here.

Balint Gyimesi

balint gyimesi

A huge fan of role-play games and popular culture, Balint Gyimesi has worked in ESL for nearly ten years. A double lesson share winner, Balint gives us an insight into his twin loves of teaching and writing and how these have helped him win lesson share. 

“Just be yourself and believe in what you do”

Read Balint’s full interview here.

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