My name is Philip Kerr. I’m a teacher trainer and a materials writer.

This isn’t really a blog! In the course of 2011 / 2012, I will be lecturing in a variety of places on the subject of using translation in English language teaching. And I need a handout, but it struck me that the handout could take the form of a blog: much larger and much more interactive.

You can find out more about my books, Straightforward and Inside Out, at



3 Responses to “About”

  1. Antonis Palourtis March 7, 2014 at 4:33 pm #

    Hi, Dr. Kerr i have watched your video clip on YouTube about the return of translation. I was quite surprised because i have done exactly a similar research in Cyprus last summer. It was like listening to myself. I totally agree with everything you said.

  2. Mohammad Saleh April 17, 2016 at 1:00 pm #

    Hi Dr Kerr, I have my PhD in Translation and my master’s in ELT. Your publications, materials and videos made me bridge the two well. Thanks for your enriching ideas.


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