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How to present at a conference: Part 2 – Creating a proposal

How to present at a conference: Part 2 – Creating a proposal | All things ELT | Scoop.it
TweetOne of the most rewarding ways of becoming more involved in your profession, I believe, is through presenting at a conference. For the large part, audiences are positive and encouraging and th...
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TESOL: Creating a Grammar Lesson Plan P-P-P Format

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OnTESOL reviews how to create a grammar lesson plan. P-P-P format TESOL lesson plan. Presentation, practice, and production grammar lesson plan.

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How to create a grammar lesson plan. Free TESOL training by OnTESOL

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Betty Azar, 'Rock Star' of English Grammar - Voice of America (blog)

Betty Azar, 'Rock Star' of English Grammar - Voice of America (blog) | All things ELT | Scoop.it
It all started with a question from a student. The year was 1965. Betty Azar was teaching her first English as a Second Language class at the University of Iowa. A student from the Middle East asked Ms.
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Investigating the emotional side of the classroom: 4 Major Classroom Management Theories | Teach them English

Investigating the emotional side of the classroom: 4 Major Classroom Management Theories | Teach them English | All things ELT | Scoop.it
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Is it always preferable to employ native Englis...

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There are perceptions that native speakers of English make better English language teachers. Marek Kiczkowiak, winner of the British Council’s Teaching English blog award, argues that those perceptions need to change.
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Clil - Content & Language Integrated Learnig

Clil - Content & Language Integrated Learnig | All things ELT | Scoop.it
Language, Learnig, (Check out the #CallforProposal for the 2014 #CLILSymposium http://t.co/JdjpQTIlAy @BritishCouncil @tesol @iatefl #ESL http://t.co/Yo2khMUcz9)...
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TEFL teaching — slavery or career path? by Leonie Overbeek ...

TEFL teaching — slavery or career path? by Leonie Overbeek ... | All things ELT | Scoop.it
In fact, I remember one recruiter in South Africa who showed some slides to prospective teachers of a young man wearing a belt stuffed with the green bottles in which soju (the most popular drink here) is served.
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Look Up

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  Main Activities Poetry (reading and pronunciation), speaking about social media, vocabulary (words with more than one meaning) Suitable for Pre-Advanced (B2.2) teens and adults TEACHER'S NOT...
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My First Lesson

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On Saturday morning I had my first Malay lesson. I turned up sleep-deprived, hungry and underprepared – I’d managed to learn to count to three in the taxi there, increasing my vocabulary by about 1...
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Textism: Is Spelling Over?

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What about today's texting toddlers who grow up thinking that lol is a word? Are we raising a generation of illiterates whose fuzzy spelling is the precursor of fuzzy thinking? (Textism: Is Spelling Over?
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Just because the English can't handle many languages it doesn't mean that is the case for everyone.................
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30 Years Teaching English in Japan: An Interview with Marc Helgesen (Part 1) | TEFL Journey- jobs.ac.uk career blog

30 Years Teaching English in Japan: An Interview with Marc Helgesen (Part 1) | TEFL Journey- jobs.ac.uk career blog | All things ELT | Scoop.it
This blog provides information on Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL). We include tips and advice for how to become a TEFL teacher, the highs and lows of TEFL, TEFL career planning, lesson planning and effective teaching methods.
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7 Highlights of Teaching English in China, the "Land of the Dragon"

7 Highlights of Teaching English in China, the "Land of the Dragon" | All things ELT | Scoop.it
7 Highlights of Teaching English in China, the "Land of the Dragon". China is the largest job market in the world for teaching English abroad.
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The 10 most scandalous euphemisms

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Mark Sanford returned to politics after "hiking the Appalachian Trail" became a euphemism for infidelity. What other scandals enriched the lexicon? (RT @mattellman: What do badger watching & discussing Uganda have in common?
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Needs Analysis - Teaching Business English Class

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How to conduct a needs analysis for a business English class. Learn how to teach Business English for free!

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How to conduct a needs analysis in a Business English class - OnTESOL

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TEFL commute episode 6 - Summer

In this final episode before we take a break, Lindsay and Shaun talk summer. They take a look at the silly season and Shaun quizzes Lindsay on some obscure ...
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IATEFL was an eye opener. Why can’t the British students emulate foreign students?

IATEFL was an eye opener. Why can’t the British students emulate foreign students? | All things ELT | Scoop.it
My first experience of an IATEFL Conference Nick Edwards, BEBC Digital Marketing Technician We arrived in Harrogate, Yorkshire for IATEFL on the 1st April. It was a glorious sunny day. The town has...
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Controlling Your Classroom Through Enthusiasm, not Fear

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How to control your classroom through enthusiasm and not fear; some great advice for teachers on dealing with their students. (Control your class with enthusiasm, not fear!
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Frank Prescott: Making Students Think

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An Interview with Frank Prescott  by Martina Bednarikova – Part 1 Frank Prescott (who is presenting on the ELT Forum conference June 7th) knows that the function of education is to teach two essent...
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Autonomous listening skill development: activity 1

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How do I help learner get beyond "just" listening? I encourage learners to listen extensively outside class, and extensive listening is recognised as beneficial to language learning. But what about...
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My 10 favourite books about teaching English grammar | Teach them English

My 10 favourite books about teaching English grammar | Teach them English | All things ELT | Scoop.it
Here are the books that have helped me along the way, both in getting my head around what grammar is and in enabling me to teacher grammar.
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Inspirational Teaching Videos: Covering Common Core, Math, Science, English And More

Inspirational Teaching Videos: Covering Common Core, Math, Science, English And More | All things ELT | Scoop.it
RT @IowaASCD: Teaching to the Core: Check out these videos on Math, Science, English, the Arts and More http://t.co/TwQeXOVciN
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The Magic of Marrakesh & 6 Other Reasons to Teach English in Morocco

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Explore the magic of Marocco in my new article! From the markets of Marrakesh to the majesty of the Atlas Mountains, discover the treasures of this ancient kingdom by teaching English in Morocco. Find out why this region of the Middle East is a great place to teach English.

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What Makes a Great Teacher?

Year 7 students at Mill Park Secondary College in Victoria Australia talk about what makes a great teacher and reflect on Teach For Australia Associates Laur...
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Celebrating Spring Around the World While Teaching English Abroad

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Spring is Here! From Spain and Egypt to Thailand and Japan, discover how different cultures around the world celebrate the arrival of spring while teaching English abroad.
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