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Our distributor in Spain is SGEL:
Sociedad General Española de Librería
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Given its name, it is perhaps logical to assume that a lexical approach to language teaching is more interested in vocabulary than grammar. In reality, though, it means a far more constant and thorough coverage of grammar than many more traditional approaches. In this talk the author will be considering what teaching grammar lexically might involve - and exploring why it’s better!
Hugh grew up on the south coast of England and in South London and graduated in English Literature from Goldsmith’s College, part of the University of London, in 1991. He completed his DELTA and then an MA TESOL in London and moved soon afterwards into coursebook writing. As well as the series Outcomes, now in its second edition, Hugh co-wrote the series Innovations, which was shortlisted for the ELTons and the ESU Duke of Edinburgh award. He is currently working with National Geographic Learning on a secondary course Perspectives, which features TED talks.