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August 2022 - Year 24 - Issue 4

ISSN 1755-9715



Pilgrims News

  1. A Manifesto for Humanistic Teaching: Choose Growth, Chaz Pugliese, Director of Education and Teacher Training, Pilgrims
  2. Interviews with Pilgrims Trainers: Hania Kryszewska, Editor of Humanising Language Teaching Magazine,  and Chaz Pugliese, Director of Education and Teacher Training, Pilgrims – IATEFL 2022

Various Articles - Vocabulary

  1. How to Teach Active Vocabulary with Four Effective Steps, Nodira Dadabaeva and Albina Tadjibaeva, Uzbekistan

Various Articles - Writing/EAP

  1. Abstract Writing: Challenges and Suggestions For Non-English Researchers, Irina Tverdokhlebova, Russia and Liliya Makovskaya, Uzbekistan
  2. Academic Writing, Mahmoud Sultan Nafa, United Arab Emirates

Various Articles - Speaking

  1. Enhancing Speaking Skills Integrating Mind-Mapping During Blended Learning, Lazizakhon Abdullaeva, Uzbekistan
  2. Principles of Teaching Karakalpak Students English Speech Etiquette, Zernegul Uteshova and Zoya Sarsenbaeva, Uzbekistan

Various Articles - Autonomy and Creativity

  1. The Role of Learner Autonomy in Foreign Language Learning, Marhabo Avazmatova, Uzbekistan
  2. The Role of Rubrics in Self-and Peer Assessment at the University, Kholida Begmatova, Uzbekistan

21st Century Skills

  1. The Strategies Used by EAP and ESP Teachers in HEIs to Motivate Learners During Online Lessons, Gunjan Jain, India, Iroda Saydazimova, Uzbekistan, Maftunakhon Artikova, Uzbekistan
  2. Asynchronous Distance Learning During Pandemic Due to Covid-19: Experience of Bucheon University in Tashkent, Inna Khan, Uzbekistan
  3. Enhancing Gen Z Student Collaboration Using Web 2.0 Tools in Offline, Hybrid and Fully Online Classes, Nigina Rustamova, Uzbekistan
  4. Investing in Technology in Language Education and Beyond, Mukhammadkhon Soliev and Parviz Subkhankulov, Uzbekistan

Lesson Ideas

  1. Stimulating Students’ Creative Thinking During a Primary Research Task in the Academic English Module, Aisulu Kinjemuratova and Dildora Tashpulatova, Uzbekistan
  2. Effective Activity Modification Techniques For EFL/ESL Teachers, Gulbakhor Mamadiyeva, Dilrabo Babakulova, Malika Kasimova, Uzbekistan

Golden Classics

  1. The Role And Importance Of Social And Emotional Intelligence In The Classroom, Armen Kassabian, USA
  2. Methods and Approaches in Teaching Foreign Language Learners Considering Their Individual Differences, Kamila Ikramova, Uzbekistan

The Creativity Group

  1. Memories of Mr H., Jamie Keddie, Spain
  2. Learning from Teaching: A Life in ELT, Freda Mishan, Ireland  
  3. (Writing a Novel Harnessing the Power of) Naivety, Chris Walklett, UK
  4. Review of The New Normal  ed. by Alan Maley, Jayashree Mohanraj,  India
  5. In Favour of Content-enhanced Language Teaching, Aleksandra Zaparucha, Polska


  1. Is Strictness More Important Than Freedom During Teaching Language?, Zulfiya Atabekova, Uzbekistan


  1. Lila and the Dragon Helps Students Discuss Complex Issues, Brandon W. Wallace and  Calmsie, United States of America
  2. The Wolf was Not Sleeping (Police Care UK edition): Supporting the Children of First Responders with a Heart-warming Bedtime Story, Avril McDonald, New Zealand
  3. A New Title from Crown House Publishing Limited:  Bringing Forth the Bard: A guide to teaching Shakespeare in the English classroom
  4. The Vocabulary Detective, reviewed by the Author, David Hastings, New Zealand
  5. Teaching Critical Thinking in the Context of Political Rhetoric A Guide for Classroom Practice Joseph Sanacore, Professor, Long Island University, Brookville, NY
  6. Ready to Run Launches ELT Video Featuring Neurodiversity


  1. Teacher- Initiated- Humour as a Means of Stress Relieving for Teachers During the Classes, Aziz Kholmatov, Uzbekistan
  2. Designing an Effective Assessment Strategy for “What’s so Funny?” Module, Alim Asanov, Uzbekistan


  1. Dear Friend, Sylwia Zabor-Zakowska, Poland

To the Editor