Meet the authors
After graduating with a degree in Sociology, Diana trained as an EFL teacher at International House in London and taught EFL across the ability range at IH London and IH Paris. In Paris she acted in and wrote material for the English Teaching Theatre. She has taught teenagers in France and at summer school in England, and has worked as a teacher trainer in France and at Exeter University. Diana has co-authored two successful courses for secondary schools – 'Imagine you're English' and 'Channel'. She has an M.Ed. in English Language Teaching from Exeter University with her dissertation focusing on 'The design of a course book for secondary school students'.
Noel Goodey has been working in ELT for more than twenty-five years. He has written a variety of teaching materials, including the very successful 'Imagine you're English' (written with Diana Goodey), a secondary school course published in France, Italy and Holland, and three grammar practice books for elementary and intermediate students in Europe and Latin America. More recently, he has written a set of English language revision books ('Trouble with…?' series), covering common and recurring grammar problems and based on the 'guided discovery' or inductive approach.