• Welcome to the NILE Linguistic Landscape blog!

    In this blog we’ll be sharing examples of interesting language in use on the streets of Norwich, along with commentaries on why we find it interesting and how this relates to awareness-raising in ELT. Read on!Read more...

  • English language had always fascinated me throughout my childhood and I had the opportunity to help my friends at school and college to learn English. This had not only helped me to learn more but also to gain confidence in teaching.

    Although I did my graduation in Computer Applications, my love for ELT made me take up ELT as my career. I took my Masters in English at EFL University (Distance Education), Hyderabad, India, which I am still pursuing while teaching English full-time. Read more...

    0 comments | 11 June 2014 | Courses | Karandeep Nishanimath
  • How did you get started and how long have you been involved in ELT?

    Just over 25 years ago, I was offered a job in Japan for a year teaching English. I was graduating in Environmental Science from Stirling University way before the world was thinking about going green, so there were very few decent jobs available in the field. I thought I was going to be a year or two in Japan, but fate had other things planned for me....Read more...

    0 comments | 13 May 2014 | | The NILE Team
  • Russell Stannard is one of NILE's Associate Trainers and an innovator in the use of technology in language teaching.

    He has won a number of awards and given presentations all over the world. We met up with Russell recently to find out a little bit more about him.Read more...

    1 comment | 05 March 2014 | Courses | Hanna K Furre