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Affective Language Learning is the place where affective language teachers get ideas, share their work, and celebrate the transformational power of affect in Education. 

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Children Learning English Affectively: Teaching Young Learners Affectively

Children Learning English Affectively: Teaching Young Learners Affectively | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
Everything started when Chuck Sandy kindly offered me to teach an online session on affective language learning at iTDi's Summer Intensive last August. I rapidly accepted it and got ready for my online debut. I was a little nervous at first, but slowly I got more and more comfortable with this means and I was overjoyed at the end. The marvellous feedback I got showed me that I had an opportunity to pursue!
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iTDi Advanced Course with Juan Uribe

iTDi Advanced Course with Juan Uribe | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
A live, online iTDi Advanced Teaching Skills course in April 2016: Teaching Young Learners Affectively with Juan Uribe.
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Children Learning English Affectively: Follow my Playing to Learn column!

Children Learning English Affectively: Follow my Playing to Learn column! | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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Hello! 
It's with great pleasure that I share some good news. I have a column of my own on galleryteachers.com . Check it out!!!
 
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Children Learning English Affectively: Learning English with Flying Hankerchieves

Children Learning English Affectively: Learning English with Flying Hankerchieves | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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I simply love having hankerchieves in my classes because these flying and maleable colourful pieces of light fabric bring much more than joy, movement, and fantasy. Flying hankerchieves bring a sense of aesthetic and beauty to the process of language learning.

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Children Learning English Affectively: Let's all be travelers!

Children Learning English Affectively: Let's all be travelers! | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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It is with great pleasure that I am part of the February issue on Teachers as Travelers of the iTDi blog! Check my contribution in which I reflect on the similarities and differences of being a tourist or a traveler in education and in life. Make sure you also read the articles written by my dear colleagues Anna Loseva and Chuck Sandy on how they have evolved personally and professionally being on the road. 

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Children Learning English Affectively: Brazil 2015

Children Learning English Affectively: Brazil 2015 | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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Certificate in Affective Language Learning in Brazil!!!


Are you passionate about teaching English to Young Learners?
Would you like to understand and nurture your students'  emotions while they are learning?
Then I invite you to participate in my Affective Language Learning workshops!


Certificate in Affective Language Learning with Juan Uribe 
February 20th and 21st, 2015 - Rio de Janeiro, Brazil  February 27th and 28th, 2015 – São Paulo, Brazil
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Children Learning English Affectively: Learning English Affectively with Taboo Cards

Children Learning English Affectively: Learning English Affectively with Taboo Cards | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
Today I explore the very famous taboo cards that probably many of you have already seen around, played with your friends, or maybe even have already used in class. Taboo is a card game in which players have to describe a thing without using the most common words associated with it. These words are considered them taboo and shouldn't be said.  Taboo was originally designed for native English-speaking adults and one can notice that it requires a good command of language in order to play it properly. I have in this post adapted, created, and organized a list of 30 different ways in which taboo cards can be used. Enjoy it!
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Children Learning English Affectively: Puppeteering again at Hanazono Kindergarten!

Children Learning English Affectively: Puppeteering again at Hanazono Kindergarten! | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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As I planned to come back to Japan, I hoped to be able to return to Hanazono to puppeteer with Buddy the Frog.  But would I have the same feelings? Could I run the risk of losing that great memory that I had experienced?  It was even better!  
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Children Learning English Affectively: Hire me!

Children Learning English Affectively: Hire me! | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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I am very happy that you have enjoyed my work so much that you are considering hiring me. It will be my great pleasure to be with you and to share my experience empowering you and your staff to foster affective language learning with your students. But how can you hire me? 
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Children Learning English Affectively: Fifty country riddles for the young at heart

Children Learning English Affectively: Fifty country riddles for the young at heart | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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Today I share another topic we really had a great time creating and challenging each other: country riddles!

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Children Learning English Affectively: Alphabet riddles for young language learners!

Children Learning English Affectively: Alphabet riddles for young language learners! | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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I was recently in Konya, Turkey with a great team of teacher educators from SELT Academy giving an initial teacher training program to Algerian teachers who are going to teach in Turkish schools. Everyday we had lots of fun telling jokes during our a  30-minute van ride to school.  Here I share one topic we really enjoyed: alphabet riddles.  
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Young at Heart! 15 Young Learner Blogs We Love | Sprout English

Young at Heart! 15 Young Learner Blogs We Love | Sprout English | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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Great blogs! Proud to be here as well! 

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Children Learning English Affectively: Questions about Affective Language Learning

Children Learning English Affectively: Questions about Affective Language Learning | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
During the course that I recently gave, one of the last assignments I proposed the group was for teachers to write ten questions that they still had about affective language learning. My idea there was to spark teachers' curiosity about different aspects of affective language learning and to help them choose future paths of research. I was also very curious about which questions would come up as these would give me important course feedback as well let me understand a little about what was happening inside their minds. 
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Children Learning English Affectively: Interviewing Affective Educators: Beatrix Price

Children Learning English Affectively: Interviewing Affective Educators: Beatrix Price | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
Have you ever thought about going to a country and staying there just to learn from one particular person?   I thought about doing so as soon as I met Beatrix Price at IATEFL last year. I was already planning how long I was going to stay in Budapest, when I learned that Bea and I would be working together for two weeks giving a course with SELT Academy in Erzurum, Turkey. I could not believe it, I was so happy!
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Children Learning English Affectively: Interviewing Affective Educators: Jason R Levine

Children Learning English Affectively: Interviewing Affective Educators: Jason R Levine | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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This last August I had the great pleasure of meeting Jason R. Levine, also known as Fluency MC, and working with him during one week in the Gallery Day Camp in Italy. During this week I was able to see Jason promoting learning through rap and I discovered that Jason and I are artisteachers in our own ways. I couldn't have left him go without interviewing him first. 

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Children Learning English Affectively: My first webinar on Affective Language Learning!

Children Learning English Affectively: My first webinar on Affective Language Learning! | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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Hello!I am here to share about something I am really proud of being part: iTDi. I love iTDi because it has made the cutting edge of ELT knowledge available to teachers around the world in a very democratic way through free and affordable online courses and webinars.  Get yourself some coffee, tea, or lemonade and enjoy the course with Buddy the Frog and me.
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Children Learning English Affectively: Interviewing Affective Educators: Sosô Uribe Conti Ranzi

Children Learning English Affectively: Interviewing Affective Educators: Sosô Uribe Conti Ranzi | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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I am very happy to present you an interview with an educator, and an entrepreneur I deeply admire: Sosô Uribe Conti Ranzi, who happens to be my sister, my partner, and the General Director at Juan Uribe Ensino Afetivo, the school we both founded here in São Paulo, Brazil.

But how could I interview her if I know pretty much what she will answer? In order to make the interview more natural and revealing I decided to invite my dear friend Naoko Amano to interview Sosô. 

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Children Learning English Affectively: Interviewing Affective Educators: Eric Kane

Children Learning English Affectively: Interviewing Affective Educators: Eric Kane | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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I met Eric Kane in 2013 when I attended my first JALT conference in Kobe, Japan. Eric is that kind of guy that you will remember him after you have met him. He is a kind, creative, and energetic teacher who is always singing, thinking, and sketching how his ideas can become either songs, books, or videos. It's my great pleasure to interview Eric, who is both a friend and a professional that I admire and respect immensely.

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Children Learning English Affectively: Affective Language Learning on video!

Children Learning English Affectively: Affective Language Learning on video! | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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I would like to thank Jim George from Luna International in Matsumoto, Japan and Ansemf Bae from FIN English in Daegu, South Korea for having gracefully created videos of me during my sessions and shows.  These sounds and images have allowed me to know myself better and are valuable gifts that I will keep forever. 

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Children Learning English Affectively: Interviewing Affective Educators: Kylie Malinowska

Children Learning English Affectively: Interviewing Affective Educators: Kylie Malinowska | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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I had the privilege of meeting Kylie Malinowska last August when we both taught novice English teachers at the CTS course with SeltAcademy for two weeks in Konya, Turkey. 

 

During this time we talked a lot about teaching young learners and became good friends. Today I have the pleasure to interview Kylie sharing her experience teaching English to children through songs here in this blog! 
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Children Learning English Affectively: Puppeteering interviews with Queenie Tan!

Children Learning English Affectively: Puppeteering interviews with Queenie Tan! | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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Buddy and I were not interviewed once, but twice in Queenie's show! But how did that happen?

Well, Queenie first interviewed us on how teachers can teach using puppets and then many of the parents that follow her parenting channel liked our interview so much, that they asked us to come to Queenie's parenting channel to talk about how parents can have quality time with their children living imagination and creativity with puppets.

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Children Learning English Affectively: A rewarding and touching experience in Konya, Turkey

Children Learning English Affectively: A rewarding and touching experience in Konya, Turkey | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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Children Learning English Affectively: 50 affective ways to use flashcards with young learners!

Children Learning English Affectively: 50 affective ways to use flashcards with young learners! | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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Flashcards, Flashcards. How can we live without them? What can we say about them?

I bet every single language teacher around the world has at least a set of flashcards. Some like me, certainly have a collection. I would say that teachers love flashcards because they are visual, clear, objective, and holdable. They can also be used in many different and creative ways.

I have compiled here 50 affective and effective ways in which flashcards can be used to foster engaging and significant language learning in your classes. Enjoy! 

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Children Learning English Affectively: Affective Puns for Young Language Learners!

Children Learning English Affectively: Affective Puns for Young Language Learners! | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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Learn here how your students can learn English affectively while playing and enjoying language with puns. This is a fun-tastic post! 

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Children Learning English Affectively: Your Menu

Children Learning English Affectively: Your Menu | Affective language learning with children | Scoop.it
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Your unique affective language learning  menu with over 50 links! 

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