The winner of the 2017 prize, Michele Daloiso's Supporting Learners with Dyslexia, was announced on February 10th 2018 at International House Barcelona's annual English Language Teaching Conference.
The Ben Warren-International House Trust Prize —a £2,000 cash prize— is awarded on a biennial basis to the author or authors of the most outstanding work in the field of language teacher education...
Shortlist for 2017 Ben Warren Prize
2017 Supporting Learners with Dyslexia. Michele Daloiso (Oxford)
The Ben Warren-International House Trust was set up as a memorial to the life and work of Ben Warren.
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Shown below are the previous six winners of the prize. See all previous winners
2015 Exploring Psychology in Language Learning and Teaching. Marion Williams, Sarah Mercer and Stephen Ryan (OUP)
2013 Teaching Young Learners English. Joan Kang Shin and JoAnn Crandall (Cengage)
2012 Classroom Management Techniques. Jim Scrivener (Cambridge University Press)
2011 Essential Teacher Knowledge. Jeremy Harmer (Pearson)
2010 Translation in Language Teaching. Guy Cook (OUP)
2009 The Psychology of Second Language Acquisition. Zoltán Dörnyei (OUP)
To submit an entry for the Ben Warren Trust Prize, please complete the application form, and send it to the two addresses given on the form, together with three copies of your work, by 31st December.
Entries for the 2017 Prize must be copyright dated 2016 or 2017.
Entries may be submitted in manuscript form.
Deadline for entry, 2017 Prize
The final date for entry for the 2017 Prize is 31st December 2017.
All correspondence concerning the Ben Warren Trust should be addressed to:
The Board of Trustees
c/o International House Barcelona
The criteria for choosing the winner of the Ben Warren Trust Prize are as outlined below.
The winning entry should: