It was a pleasure to receive a copy of “Learning One-to-One” (2010) written by Ingrid Wisniewska and is published by Cambridge University Press.  As with many of the other Cambridge Handbooks for Language Teachers, this book offers many wonderful ideas for teaching one-to-one based lessons.  I would recommend any newly qualified or veteran teacher to purchase this book as it provides a new perspective on one-to-one lessons.  Furthermore, I was offered the opportunity to write this book review for the first Journal of Second Language Teaching and Research and was provided some invaluable advice from Darren Elliott (who also has a really insightful blog) during the review writing process.  Nevertheless, I would recommend this book for its simplicity and valuable ideas it provides for any teachers.  My full book review is available to read below.

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