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Andy Tharby

Andy Tharby is a practising English teacher with nine years of classroom experience at a secondary school in West Sussex. He is also a research lead, with an interest in helping ordinary classroom teachers enhance their practice through engagement with a wider evidence base. He writes a well-regarded blog, Reflecting English, in which he covers a range of subjects from improving student writing to finding solutions to the problems and dilemmas faced by busy teachers.

Read Andy’s guest blog post for The Times Educational Supplement.


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Publications by Andy Tharby

Making every English lesson count

Gives English lessons the award-winning Making Every Lesson…

Making Every Lesson Count

Packed with practical strategies and case studies, Making Every Lesson…

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10 prevalent myths about English teaching – part 2

October 29 2016

This is the second part of a double-bill based on common myths in English teaching. Part 1 and myths 1 – 5 can be found here. * Myth 6: Young people find quiet hard work boring. In the first place a third to a half of your class are likely to be introverts who probably prefer a quieter […]

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10 prevalent myths about English teaching – part 1

October 28 2016

Images: @jasonramasami I have recently been putting the finishing touches to the first draft of my forthcoming book, Making Every English Lesson Count. The book will look at how the six principles that Shaun Allison and I explored in Making Every Lesson Count – challenge, explanation, modelling, practice, feedback and questioning – can improve the […]

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