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Global English and the teaching of pronunciation

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This article presents my research into the pronunciation of global English and gives some teaching implications.
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Is industry funding undermining trust in science?

Is industry funding undermining trust in science? | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
How valid are fears that financial conflicts of interest are damaging confidence in academic research?
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31 Long-Forgotten Native American Medical Cures - NAW

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31 Long-Forgotten Native American Medical Cures
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Leoxicon: Colligation and a bottom-up approach to grammar

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RT @leoselivan: New post on my blog: Colligation and a bottom-up approach to grammar http://t.co/y7AxzS3fDC #esl #elt #teachingenglish
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Defend ESOL - FE News

On Wednesday October 14th, ESOL students and teachers will be meeting MPs and others at.....

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Precision Rotation: Flipped Classroom - Language Magazine

Precision Rotation: Flipped Classroom - Language Magazine | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
Lance Knowles applies real-world knowledge to the implementation of the Flipped Classroom
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Dogme still able to divide ELT

Dogme still able to divide ELT | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
Originally a cinematic movement that aimed to rescue film-making from its own excesses, Dogme's principles have now been applied to ELT. After all, write Luke Meddings and Scott Thornbury, it was in need of rescue.
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Activities to Prepare for Successful Study in the UK

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Seven ‘great’ teaching methods not backed up by evidence | Blogging for the ELT Community

Seven ‘great’ teaching methods not backed up by evidence | Blogging for the ELT Community | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
Steve Higgins, Durham University and Robert Coe, Durham University What makes “great teaching”? It’s a complicated question, made more difficult by trying to measure how teachers make decisions in the classroom and what impact those decisions have on what pupils learn. In a new report for the Sutton Trust, we have tried to set out…
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The Chronicles of a Language Learner | Uncharted Tesol

The Chronicles of a Language Learner | Uncharted Tesol | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
RT @michaelegriffin: New blog post on @TheNewSchool TESOL blog about a teacher's experience as a language learner
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American deaths in terrorism vs. gun violence - CNN.com

During his presidency, President Barack Obama has had to deliver statements on gun violence 15 times.
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How Awareness of Cultural Differences Can Help Underachieving Students

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Understanding a student's culture can go a long way in knowing how to engage that child. It can also help for the child to know the classroom's culture of expectations.
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The Power of Words: Deficit Discourse and ELLs | TESOL Blog

The Power of Words:  Deficit Discourse and ELLs | TESOL Blog | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
The basic phrases educators use to refer to ELLs are often negative and promote segregation and linguistic isolation. Try these positive alternatives.
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Observations editorial

The other day, I attended a training/development session about observations. For most of the time, I had to swallow my bile as the usual hackneyed dross was piped out. How should we give feedback? Supportively! Always focus on the good! Point out areas "for development" and the recalcitrant teacher will see the light. "In every…
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The benefits of a bilingual brain - Mia Nacamulli

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It’s obvious that knowing more than one language can make certain things easier — like traveling or watching movies without subtitles. But are there other advantages to having a bilingual (or multilingual) brain? Mia Nacamulli details the three types of bilingual brains and shows how knowing more than one language keeps your brain healthy, complex and actively engaged.
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The Needless Complexity of Academic Writing - The Atlantic

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A new movement strives for simplicity.
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How can film help you teach or learn English? | British Council

How can film help you teach or learn English? | British Council | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
Bombay TV Opens in a new tab or window.
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Response: Teach English Language Learners By Meeting Them 'Where They Are'

Response: Teach English Language Learners By Meeting Them 'Where They Are' | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
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Key Issues in Language Teaching #4: teaching as improvisation - Cambridge Conversations

Key Issues in Language Teaching #4: teaching as improvisation - Cambridge Conversations | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
The fourth of our short series of posts from Jack Richards’ Key Issues in Language Teaching explores the idea of English language teaching as ‘skilled improvisation’. When one observes experienced teachers in their classrooms, one is struck by their apparent effortless management of the different dimensions of lessons. They may not need to refer to …
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Prepare English language students for academic listening | British Council

Prepare English language students for academic listening | British Council | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
Effective listening is essential in an academic context. English for Academic Purposes specialist Edward de Chazal tells us how English language teachers can help students prepare.
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This Is Humanity's Most Important Year Ever - Huffington Post

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Are Your ELLs Getting This Source of Input? | TESOL Blog

Are Your ELLs Getting This Source of Input? | TESOL Blog | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
Rob Sheppard talks about extensive reading, a practice that researchers and theorists unanimously endorse, but which too seldom makes its way to the classroom.
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Building to Code: Second-Language Assessment Scaffolding

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Virginia “Jenny” Williams uses assessment and scaffolding to support the five stages of second-language acquisition
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The world's most beautiful mosques

The world's most beautiful mosques | ELT (mostly) Articles Worth Reading | Scoop.it
As the Islamic world begins to celebrate Eid al-Adha and the end of the Hajj pilgrimage, we look at the most beautiful mosques in Morocco, Saudi Arabia, India, Pakistan, and beyond
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