Teaching Uniformed Personnel

A Free Quarterly Magazine for Military, Police and Border Guard Teachers.

Teaching Uniformed Personnel is a free quarterly magazine written especially for teachers of army, navy and air force personnel, police officers and border guards.

The Magazine is a free electronic magazine delivered to your inbox by email in .pdf format. If you would like to receive further issues of the magazine, please sign up here.

Issue Eleven (September 2022) is all about creating tactical decision games and you can download the .pdf file of the magazine here.

Issue Ten (May 2022) is all about using technology and you can download the .pdf file of the magazine here.

Issue Nine (January 2022) is all about testing and you can download the .pdf of the magazine here.

Issue Eight (December 2021) is all about listening and you can download the .pdf of the magazine here.

Issue Seven (September 2021) is all about writing and you can download the .pdf of the magazine here.

Issue Six (May 2021) is all about speaking and you can download the .pdf of the magazine here.

Issue Five (January 2021) is all about how we can use photographs for teaching; you can download the .pdf of the magazine here.

Issue Four (November 2020), about reading, is out now and you can download the .pdf of the magazine here.

Issue Three (September 2020), about vocabulary teaching, is now out and you can download the .pdf of the magazine here.

Issue Two (May 2020)

This special issue was all about using maps and plans. The Main Article was about using maps for General English purposes. This was followed by articles with ideas for using maps and plans with Military, Police and Border Guard students. You can download it from here.

Issue One (January 2020)

In the first issue, the Main Article was about ‘Teaching Uniformed Personnel’ in general. This was followed by articles for Military, Police and Border Guard Teachers on creating syllabi and courses. You can download the first issue by clicking here.

For more information about the Teaching Uniformed Personnel Magazine and to suggest ideas for articles etc., please contact theeditortup at englishideas.org.