ELT Footprint Interviews: Scott Markham

We're delighted to introduce a new series to the blog, ELT Footprint interviews, where we'll be talking to a range of ELT Footprinters, finding out what they're doing, the initiatives they're working on and the action they're taking both inside and outside the classroom.
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Our first interview is with Scott Markham, current chair of the Spanish language schools association, FECEI and one of the founders of the amazing Language of the Sea project. Click here to hear the interview . Thank you Scott for taking the time to speak to us!Click here for a full transcript. And here for a simple listening task should you want to use the interview in class. And finally, here’s some information about the group’s achievements so far. They’re very impressive!
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