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TeachingEnglish is produced by the British Council with content and editorial support from the British Broadcasting Corporation. Both organisations receive funding from the UK government for their work in promoting English, supporting English language teaching (ELT) and providing information and access to ELT products, services and expertise from the UK. All teaching material on the site is free to access.

As part of a pilot project, the site also features a variety of teaching materials produced by selected UK publishers.

Our purpose

We have designed this site to act in four ways:

  • as a theoretical and historical archive: where you can read about teaching methodology, current practice and issues in ELT
  • as a practical resource: for materials, activities and ideas for your teaching
  • as a forum: to help you, as teachers of English, to discuss your teaching, exchange ideas and share materials
  • as an information source: for professional development and training as well as an access point for consultancy services to implement educational policy reform.

Our content

  • The site is divided into four main sections which mirror the purposes described above:
  • THINK: where you can find teachers’ articles on different aspects of teaching, from classroom practice to learning theory
  • TRY: where you can find lesson plans, quizzes, ideas for activities and other materials which you can download to use in class
  • TALK: where you can keep you own personal blog, join discussion forums and form groups around particular areas of interest
  • TRANSFORM: where teachers can get help and advice on their professional development (training, qualifications, personal development, specialist areas, etc) and policy makers can find information about the products and consultancy services that the British Council can offer from the ELT constituency in the UK.

The materials on this site are designed for non-native speaker teachers of English working predominantly in secondary education in state schools around the world. However, we have made a wide variety of material available and we trust it will also be of interest to teachers of all age groups and working in other kinds of teaching institutions.
TeachingEnglish also allows users to comment on content across the site. Views expressed by our users are theirs and do not necessarily reflect the views of the British Council or the BBC.

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sa pregršt online materijala za decu i tinejdžere!

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BRIT LIT projekat

About the BritLit project

BritLit was originally established in Portugal to help teachers in secondary schools to work effectively with the extended reading texts (short stories) in the national curriculum. Since then it has become a global resource and offers access to texts and supporting material for the whole school range of English language teaching.

The stories and poems featured are mostly chosen because of their relevance to the teaching programmes in many countries as well as the interest likely to be stimulated in young people. The majority of the stories and poems are from contemporary writers. This allows a parallel programme of author visits to schools across the world to take place. All the writers featured have a strong connection with the UK.

Some of the materials are written by professional materials writers and some are written by teams of teachers of English who have attended NILE training courses in Norwich, UK, with this purpose in mind. All the ‘kits’ are edited by Fitch O’Connell, Claudia Ferradas and/or Alan Pulverness.

The resources are called ‘kits’ because they are designed to be chosen from rather than used in their entirety – teachers build their own lessons from the activities on offer. The wide range of materials on offer allows mixed ability teaching to become a reality, as is the preference for including materials where the task can be easily graded.

Teachers interested in considering some of the further pedagogical implications of using short stories in the BritLit way can downlaod and read Literary Farmers (pdf).

BritLit was started in 2003 as a joint adventure between the British Council in Portugal and APPI, the Portuguese association for teachers of English.

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The staff at Tune Into English have been combining their passion for music and teaching since entering the world of ELT.

Our students look forward to being rewarded at the end of each lesson with their favourite song, and agree it is the most motivating point of the lesson.

Tune into English was created by Fergal Kavanagh . He is both a Teacher Trainer and a one-time Radio DJ, and has taught in the Scuola Superiore and at the British Council and the University “L’Orientale” in Napoli, also collaborating with the Regione Campania. He has co-written a coursebook for the Italian, Spanish and Greek lower secondary school and conducted teacher training sessions throughout Italy, as well as in Germany, Spain, Turkey, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Ireland.

In November 2005 he first presented the Tune Into English Roadshow, and since then has encouraged tens of thousands of students in five countries to listen more closely to the language used in songs.

While Tune Into English is his main activity, Fergal also works in many different fields. He regularly contributes to guide books on Naples and the surrounding area, has organised a pizza festival in Ireland and an Italian tour for Irish singer-songwriter Marc Carroll. He has collaborated in film production, and his voice features on many more productions.  He continues to occasionally DJ in local clubs and at private events.

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TES Teaching Resources

  • Early Years: TES Early Years Teaching Resources
  • Primary: TES Primary Resources
  • Secondary: TES Secondary Teaching Resources
  • Special Needs: TES Special Needs Teaching Resources
  • Whole School: TES Whole School Teaching Resources
  • TES lesson plans
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Nina u Australiji – blog Nine Radojicic


blog drage ucenice sa priprema za IELTS academic, Danice Radojicic o zivotu u Australiji 🙂 kao PhD studentkinje na University of Melbourne

“Subota je popodne i konacno sam pronasla vremena da nastavim da vam pisem, i to na mom novom (od prve plate ovde – zaradjenom) Samsung AtivBook-u. 🙂

Znam, dugo ste cekali na sledecu pricu, ali ipak je opravdano – kada krenete sa svojim PhD projektom, radite od 9 do 17h svakog dana u laboratoriji i posle predjete kilometre u trazenju idealnog stana u kome biste mogli da se skrasite (ne zaboravite, Melburn je par puta veci od Beograda) – dan vam je izuzetno kratak za druge stvari i zadovoljstva i samo pozelite da se ususkate u krevetu i slatko zaspite od umora. Trazenje nekretnina za iznajmljivanje je dug i tezak proces, ali, o tome ce biti vise reci u narednom postu.

A da biste mogli da stignete na vreme na posao i posle posla obilazite razlicite delove grada, a niste u poziciji da vozite svoj auto (sto je slucaj sa dva tek pristigla PhD studenta), Melburn vam pruza sjajne, ali i skupe usluge javnog prevoza – vozova (metroa), tramvaja i buseva.

Krenucemo od trenutka kada zelite da isplanirate vas put do nekog odredista. U te svrhe cete koristiti web sajt ili instaliranu aplikaciju na vasem telefonu: PTV – Public Transport Victoria – Journey Planer (ovo ce vam sigurno trebati u pocetku, kada ne poznajete grad, mada ga dosta koriste i ljudi koji su “domaci“ :)). Ukucacete mesto gde se vi trenutno nalazite, vase krajnje odrediste i JP ce vam izbaciti sve moguce puteve i vidove transporta do zeljenog mesta, priblizno vreme koje ce vam trebati u te svrhe i mapu u PDF formatu za lakse snalazenje. Zgodno, zar ne? Jedina mana ovog sistema je sto ne mozete na karti da vidite

opsirnije na

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We are Cambridge English Pen Friends

Pošaljite upit na za vise informacija o Cambridge English Pen Friends

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American Corners Serbia

American Corner Belgrade
Makedonska 22/ I
tel.+ 381 11 3227694

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Lesson Stream by Jamie Keddie

A chef friend of mine once told me the secret to good cooking. According to him, success lies in obtaining excellent ingredients.

It all seems so simple really. And as a language teacher I can relate to this. We can’t overestimate the importance of the ingredients that we select for the classroom – that is the materials.
Materials should inspire teachers and engage students. They should be provoking (without necessarily being provocative although that can be good). They should arouse curiosity and get heads thinking and language emerging. During the last few years, the modern teacher has been given access to an explosion in good ingredients to take into the classroom.

Take Western Spaghetti for example – a great animation by filmmaker PES. During this one and a half minute clip, we watch a series of bizarre household objects – a ball of wool, a Rubik’s cube, a handful of rubber bands – being transformed into a delicious looking plate of spaghetti with tomato sauce.

The clip is everything we would want to get students on our side. But what do we do with it? Well, that is whereLessonstream comes in. Lessonstream is a selection of lesson plans – or rather, recipes – which serve to demonstrate how teachers can make use of such materials.

Of course, good chefs don’t stick rigidly to recipes. They adapt them. And I would never expect a teacher to use one of my lesson plans exactly how I have written it.
For that reason, the site uses a Creative Commons license. That is what the logo in the bottom right hand side of the screen is all about. What this means is that teachers have permission to remix, mash and share the content on my site for non-commercial purposes.

Have fun!
Jamie 🙂 an excerpt from the website written by Jaamie Keddie

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Belgrade English Language Theatre

Welcome to BelTheatre!

The Belgrade English Language Youth Theatre.

Based at the Children’s Cultural Centre in the heart of Belgrade BelTheatre runs theatre workshops in English for young people aged 7 to 18 years old.

Lead by native English speaking actor, director and professor Dr. Paul Murray BelTheatre offers young people the chance to take part in two regular classes a week and perform in at least one production per school year.

With an emphasis on fun, creativity and working together BelTheatre offers each of its members the unique chance to play, learn and perform in English.

For more information on what we do and how to join us please browse our site and get in touch!

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Business Spotlight – English at work!

With its six magazines — Spotlight (English), Business Spotlight (Business English), ADESSO (Italian), ECOS (Spanish), Écoute (French) and Deutsch perfekt (German as a Foreign Language) —Spotlight Publishing

House is Europe’s number one in the area of language magazines. The key to success is the entertaining mix of effective language training, current articles and interesting language insights.

Every two months, Business Spotlight provides articles about the business world combined with intercultural and language-training tips. The magazine for business English includes texts at three levels of difficulty. Complicated words and phrases are translated in the glossaries. A comprehensive language section in the magazine and an exclusive premium area on the internet provide numerous exercises for intensive English learning.

For more information, please go to

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SPECIFIC English by Jeremy Day

Blog posvecen engleskom jeziku za specificne svrhe tzv. ESP

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Zdravstveno – informativni portal Svet medicine


Lesson 1 – Medical English: Stem cells being made from blood

Lesson 2 – Medical English: Early menopause: Baby born after ovaries ‘reawakened’

Lesson 3 – Medical English: ‘DNA robot’ targets cancer cells

Lesson 4 – Medical English: Alzheimer’s breakthrough hailed as ‘turning point’

Lesson 5 – Medical English: Clue to grapefruit drug reaction

Lesson 6 – Medical English: Haemophilia gene therapy solution

Lesson 7 – Medical English: How does the body fight off a virus?

Lesson 8 – Medical English: TB vaccine could help prevent MS

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The Round

the round is an independent collective of creative individuals in English language teaching.

It was founded by Lindsay Clandfield and Luke Meddings in spring 2011 and arose from a series of conversations about bridging the gap between blogs and books – and about the difficulty of placing innovative, niche or critical materials with the big ELT publishers.

Our mission is threefold:

  • to provide great material for educators (fairly priced and readily accessible)
  • to give a fair deal to authors (who sell and retain the copyright on their own work)
  • to be a learning environment (where we share expertise and ideas)

The website, designed and developed by Mark Bain, is a shared space for marketing products by round authors and disseminating round news and ideas.


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Serbian City Club, London, UK

Serbian City Club is a London-based independent and non-political organisation established to promote the interests of Serbian professionals. Its aim is to provide a networking platform for the professionals looking to pursue a career in the City of London and more recently those who are looking to return to Serbia.

Thanks to our growing group of members, we support and encourage all professionals, whatever their origin or social status, to enter into the heart of the leading European and world’s business community. Anyone who is interested in becoming a member of our network is more than welcome to join the Serbian City Club and help us by taking part in our activities.

Serbian City Club was founded in the late 1990’s by a few enthusiastic Serb immigrants that were working in London’s financial institutions. Their idea was to bring to life an informal club that would gather young Serbian professionals that lived and worked in the UK. However, since 2004, our numbers have steadily increased and today the Club is more than 1600 strong. Our members are mainly London-based and work in all walks of professional life as scientists, doctors, bankers, engineers, lecturers, civil servants, etc. in renowned British and global institutions. Our typical Club member is characterized by a high level of education and cultural awareness which tied with their linguistic skills ensures their allows them seamless integration into British society. Whilst retaining strong links with their families and friends in Serbia, with a view of transferring their knowledge, skills and experience, they strengthen Serbia’s European identity and its key role in the Balkans. With this in mind, we have recently started a project of ‘brain drain reversal’ through which we are enabling Serbian professionals to return to Serbia.

The Club organizes networking events in London on a monthly basis thus enabling continued contact amongst the existing members and an opportunity to welcome new ones


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KAREL English College , Czech Republic

The priority of the Centre of Languages and Education is the support of those foreign students – applicants who want to pass entrance exams and study at universities in the Czech Republic.

The main objective is thorough preparation of a student to use Czech language which is possible to extend with other subjects according to our offer and student’s wishes.

We offer to students complete assistance in their bold plan to study abroad and we meet their individual needs which help students to acclimatise to the new sociocultural environment. Specialized centre of education and languages of KAREL ENGLISH COLLEGE Inc. offer effective intensive courses of Czech language broaden with specific subjects which allow complex preparation of students for admission to universities.

We see our principle in close co-operation with specialists of KEC Inc. who take share in schooling of specific subjects of individual courses. KAREL ENGLISH COLLEGE Inc. supports the schooling in our centre which we consider contribution to the whole project.

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Igrajte kviz iz engleskog jezika i pomazite gladnima u svetu!

ukoliko vam je kviz kojim slucajem tezak , upisite kurs u Angloland skoli.
Nijedan nivo znanja nam nije suvise tezak! 🙂

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ELT jam

ELTjam exists to promote innovation and experimentation in the ELT industry, and to explore the question “What’s next for ELT?”

The blog champions the free exchange of expertise, skills and innovative ideas between ELT professionals. This is where we share ELT-relevant news, reviews and opinions on EdTech, gaming, mobile and online learning, publishing and learning. We invite contributions from publishers, teachers, authors, game developers, EdTech entrepreneurs and anyone else who is driven to identify how things can be done better. The blog features articles and commentary from some of the most respected names in ELT, including Scott Thornbury, Gavin Dudeney, Lindsay Clandfield, Russ Mayne, Hugh Dellar, and many more.

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LINGLE online

English Lesson Plans from Today’s News

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Learning activities to prepare you for study in the UK

Prepare for Success is an interactive web learning tool for international students who are getting ready to come to the UK for study in further or higher education. It contains learning resources which are activity-based to help you find out about different aspects of academic life in the UK and the skills needed for effective study. As well as preparing you for what to expect during your studies, the activities provide scope for English language improvement*. The learning resources can be used in any order by clicking on a title. Alternatively, you can use them through the ‘study pathways’ page if you would like to search by skill or topic. There is a demo to watch if you would like more information on how to use the activities, and an interactive FAQs page where you can find simple answers to questions about study in the UK. There is also a special page of interactive questions and answers for international students planning to study in Further Education colleges in the UK. To see it, select FE on the menu bar.

* Prepare for Success is intended primarily for international students whose first language is not English. It is aimed at students with an IELTS level between 5.5 and 7.5 or equivalent.

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With and its Grammar Checker you can check and correct grammar and spelling mistakes and use Thesaurus feature to find synonyms

It’s easy to check your texts using our Grammar Checker – just download this Free program. Then you need to highlight the text you want to check and press CTRL+G button. Or use’s Rich Text for editing and checking your text with rich mark-up, just copy-paste it and then check your text.

Grammar mistakes are underlined with a green wave line and spelling errors with a red one. To correct mistakes you just need to select a word from the Suggestions list. The Thesaurus tab is used for synonyms. The words with found synonyms are marked blue. To change the active word to one of the suggested synonyms you just need to select one of the suggested alternatives in the Synonyms list, and then click Change to. Press Finish Checking and corrected text will be returned to input field.

Enhance your writing with FREE’s Grammar Checker! All you need to do is download and install it on your computer


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Forged out of thousands of children´s concerts, Dancing English was created to teach English and language skills to primary-age children through music and movement.

Kind of like Super Simple Songs, only for older children. Because big kids have big energy, and they need songs to match. Take a look at our intro video and you´ll see kids performing ameaningful movement for every line of every song. Combine this with songs kids really love, real-world lyrics they can relate to, and our free worksheets—and you´ve got a powerful teaching tool.

We admit it, we love fooling kids. We write fun, cool, rocking songs that to primary-age kids don´t sound like “educational” music at all. But teaching English is what we´re all about. And we know older kids love these songs because all of our songs are kid-tested. They´re easy to teach, easy to learn—and they don´t sound like children´s music! Maybe that´s because our music is recorded by Grammy-level musicians who record and tour internationally.

How good are the songs? Oxford University Press called on founder Daniel Griffin to write all the music for one of its primary English methods. And he tours the world with one of Latin rock´s biggest artists, so he knows how to get a crowd dancing and shaking! But don´t take our word for it—take a listen here.

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UNICAN was established on the basis of simple logic – introduce quality education from the very heart of Europe by offering the possibility of study, workshops, short-term training, preparatory courses and internships in the Czech Republic to students as well as working professionals.

We are a young but experienced team, and here at UNICAN we built the foundations of this educational and mediatory agency with the vision to introduce quality Czech education to the world. Our aim is to open the Czech Republic to more opportunities regarding international projects in the educational field through inviting overseas students and professionals to study in this amazing culture.

We cooperate with major domestic and foreign institutions including prestigious universities and agencies. Our courses are led by qualified and certified teachers with a wealth of experience and knowledge in their chosen subject areas.

We assure a modern conception of lifelong learning, an individual approach to everyone and a friendly atmosphere with a stable background offering peace of mind.
Our main objective is to ensure all UNICAN clients are 100% satisfied with their experience.

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ESL Lounge

Learn English on-line for free. Comprehensive grammar guide with related exercises.

Listening, reading and vocabulary.

Preparation for Cambridge FCE, CAE and CPE examinations.

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USING ENGLISH is a general English language site, specialising in ESL (English as a Second Language) with a wide range of resources for learners and teachers of English, and has been running since the beginning of 2002.

Different varieties of English are used; there are contributors from the United States, Canada, Pakistan and non-native speakers, but much of the site uses British English as it was set up in the UK

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Want to turn back time? Our brand of history is entertaining, informative and unforgettable.

Our costumed characters bring the past to life with interactive presentations, using appropriate artefacts. Once you have been hung drawn and quartered, tried as a witch, had an historical make-over, or been treated for constipation by our barber surgeon, your view of history will never be the same. We pride ourselves on conveying accurate historical information, whilst making it fun and memorable. Good history does not have to be boring; we make sure that education and entertainment go hand in hand.

We work with schools, history groups, historic sites, family history societies, U3As, social clubs and anyone else who would like to experience our unique performances. From children’s activities to after-dinner talks, we provide living-history for all occasions. Audience participation is key to what we do.

Our focus is on the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, so whether you are holding a Tudor event at a tourist attraction, teaching children about the Great Fire of London, or wanting a presentation about life during the English Civil War, we can help.

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EFL magazine

EFL Magazine is an online resource for TEFL teachers worldwide.

Our aim is to have the best information available to English teachers worldwide and to reflect and address our readers’ needs.

The magazine welcomes contact from new contributors and commercial partners


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Jamie Keddie

English teacher * Writer & storyteller * Conference speaker

Differences between a father and son’s English


As a teacher trainer, conference presenter and storyteller, I have shared my ideas with teachers all over the world. My areas of interest include:
The use of images and video in language teaching
The teacher as a storyteller
The use of video-recording devices in language teaching

Here is a sample selection of events that I have been involved in:

* BBELT (January 2013) Mexico City
Keynote speaker, sponsored by the British Council
‘Video and storytelling’

* The Image Conference (June 2013) Barcelona
Keynote speaker, sponsored by Oxford University Press
‘Visual literacy in English language teaching’

* Cultura Inglesa (February 2014) Saõ Paulo
Provided workshops for teachers on the use of video and storytelling

* TESOL Arabia (March 2014) Dubai
Featured speaker, sponsored by the British Council
‘Video and storytelling’

* TOSCON14 (May 2014) Toronto
Plenary speaker, sponsored by Oxford University Press
‘Video and video narratives’

* TEC15 (March 2015) Hyderabad
Featured speaker, sponsored by the British Council
‘Video cameras in English language teaching’

* ELTDP Symposium (March 2015) Kuching
Keynote speaker, sponsored by the British Council
‘Taking video apart’
‘The teacher as a storyteller’

For bookings, please get in touch with me through the contact page.

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ELT Teacher2Writer

ELT Teacher 2 Writer is two things – firstly, we publish eBooks that train teachers in the craft and skills of ELT writing.

These are available via Amazon and Smashwords (which distributes to iBooks, Barnes and Noble, etc). There are training courses for writers of fiction and poetry, so why not ELT materials?

Secondly, it’s a database of writers, ranging from already widely-published writers, to enthusiastic teachers who write for their own teaching situations and want to find a wider audience. Any of the publishers whose logos are on our home page have free access to the database, enabling them to search for writers who match the criteria of the projects they’re looking to resource. For example, a publisher can search for people with experience of teaching secondary classes in Spain and Poland, and who have had materials published. Another search could be done for people who have IELTS experience and who are willing to give feedback to a publisher on the materials they’re currently using in the class. This kind of information would typically take a publisher weeks to gather, but using our database it can be done by sending a batch email and collected literally overnight.

Please visit the website or contact us if you’re:

  • a writer looking for work
  • a publisher looking for writers
  • a writer looking to hone your writing skills
  • an organization looking for writer training courses

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„Film English“ is a free resource site which promotes the innovative and creative use of film in English language teaching and learning.

There are over 150 detailed lesson plans designed around short films.

Film English is visited by over 100,000 teachers every month and there are over 3 million page views a year.

It has received critical acclaim winning various awards, including a British Council ELTons award for Innovation in Teacher Resources; the MEDEA Award for User-Generated Educational Media, the most important media and education award in Europe; and an English Speaking Union Award.“


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ENJOY RUSSIAN language school

Effective Russian language course. In 2 – 4 weeks the students improve their Russian! Our high qualified, creative, and experienced teachers hold exciting classes where students get a chance to practice language not only in the classrooms, but also in real-life situation: in cafés, shops, at the post office.

Russian homestay. Warm care, delicious national food, and long conversations in Russian – that’s what the students get in the Russian hostfamilies. They are people, who can answer your questions about Russia and with whom the students spend relaxing evenings, share their impressions about their day.

Russian Volunteers. Our volunteers are people of different ages who help the students to discover Petrozavodsk and solve such everyday problems as buying tickets or doing shopping.

Cultural program. Language classes are held in the morning and after lunch the students participate in various activities (both free and paid) such as watching films in Russian, presentations, workshops and excursions to Kizhi, Valaam, St.-Petersburg etc.

mobile +7 965 817 18 91

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Busy Teacher provides free printable materials for ESL/EFL educators:

Curated worksheets and lesson plans split into categories and available for download without registration. The categories include all language areas and levels.

In-depth that cover essential ESL topics such as how to teach grammar, use realia, and teach young learners. There are also a lot of lesson ideas and fun activities included in the articles.

There are a lot of dos and don’ts and tips and tricks that many teachers learn through teaching. Our ESL Essentials section will help you master the basics of teaching English and will help you start teaching like a ‘pro’. Every ESL Essentials article provides clear, to-the-point instructions that can be used with the students right away.

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Tourism brand Go2 Serbia is a refreshing novelty in the tourist offer of Belgrade and Serbia. It aims to present tourist potential of Serbia through special sightseeing tours and excursions in a specific way: by plane, cruise boat, speedboat, train, bus, walk and through the underground. Every week we have over 30 guaranteed departures with minimum of 2 persons, which means that domestic and foreign tourists have an adequate program every day during which they can explore the beauties of the capital and the entire country with professional service.

Tourism brand Go2 Serbia is part of Travel Agency Eurojet with 20 years of tradition.

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Tours from Belgrade

We are passionate travelers and couldn’t imagine our lives without traveling. We want to show you the Serbian destinations as we see it, with authentic experiences and memorable moments that will stay forever in your heart.

Meet some of our guides below, they are keen to show you some inspiring places in Serbia 🙂


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Srbija za mlade

Vizija koju sledimo jeste prepoznatljivost Srbije kao turističke destinacije u globalnim okvirima, posebno kao destinacije za putovanja mladih.

Naša misija uključuje promovisanje i popularizovanje receptivnog turizma uz osvežen, kreativan i inovativan pristup prilagođen mladim i aktivnim ljudima. Osnovna ideja jeste da se kreiranjem novih programa mladima omogući promena svakodnevnog okruženja  kroz povezivanje,  približavanje kulturnim i zabavnim sadržajima, prirodnim atrakcijama i aktivnom odmoru u Srbiji. Poseban aspekt našeg delovanja je usmeren na povezivanje sa mladima iz inostranstva i njihovo uključivanje u programe Srbija za mlade i upoznavanje sa turističkom ponudom Srbije.


  • promocija i razvoj omladinskog turizma u Srbiji
  • osvežavanje destinacija njihovim prilagođavanjem mladima
  • zabava, edukacija i integracija mladih u zemlji, regionu i šire
  • promocija tolerancije, društvene i ekološke odgovornosti

Šta radimo?

  • Pružamo mogućnost sanjarima da izađu iz svojih domova i prožive sve lepe stvari o kojima su maštali!
  • Kreiramo zanimljiva putovanja u saradnji sa drugim omladinskim organizacijama i turističkim agencijama
  • Lokalnim turističkim organizacijama nudimo mogućnost da razviju svoju marketing strategiju, privuku turiste i unaprede odnos sa njima
  • Promovišemo stvari koje nisu dostupne u klasičnim turističkim informatorima, a koje su zapravo poznate samo pravim ljubiteljima putovanja
  • Podstičemo pojedince i organizacije iz manjih sredina da promovišu lepe stvari u svom okruženju i tako omoguće turistički razvoj
  • Kreiramo zajednicu ljubitelja putovanja koji će pomoći svojim komentarima da informacije budu što kvalitetnije
  • Povezujemo različite tipove institucija i jasnim informacijama pružimo odgovore i pomoć krajnjim korisnicima, a samim tim unapređujemo kulturnu i turističku ponudu Srbije kroz upotrebu najnovijih tehnologija.
  • Doprinosimo razvoju privrede tako što  celovito  prezentujemo festivalsko-zabavne, kulturne, prirodne i druge turističke atrakcije na jednom mestu na moderan način koji je prihvatljiv krajnjem korisniku
  • Pratimo trendove, sprovodimo istraživanja i ukazujemo na promene u potrebama savremenih putnika
  • Organizujemo konferencije i ukazujemo na značaj edukacije u turističkom sektoru



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Food Tour Belgrade

What to expect when visiting Food and Culture Tour

We take you for a pleasant walk from one place to another to explore tastes, culture and history of Serbia and Belgrade. Our main goal is to offer a variety of domestic dishes, snacks and beverages served in authentic places, talk about and show how life in Belgrade is today and how it came to be. During the tour we also tell you about some of the main sights of Belgrade we pass by.

We spice up every bite with stories dear to Serbian hearts. To experience the full flavor of Serbian lifestyle and heritage we invite you to places that make you feel like you are in a Serbian home. We invite you to participate in customs related to eating. After our tour you will know when and how to drink rakija, how to order a song from a band in a kafana*, how to write in Cyrillic, what to bring as a present to a Serbian slava** and how to dance on a Serbian wedding .


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