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Dan Pink: How Teachers Can Sell Love of Learning to Students | MindShift

Erin Scott By Jennie Rose In his new book To Sell is Human, author Daniel Pink reports that education is one of the fastest growing job categories in th
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Found in Translation: Flikkt

Found in Translation: Flikkt | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
What’s immediately obvious about Flikkt’s methodology is that it isn’t marketing an easy, gimmick-laden solution for learning a language.
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EAP audio

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Home page of English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary - Cambridge Dictionaries Online

Home page of English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary. Contents of Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary at Cambridge Dictionaries Online, published by Cambridge University Press
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English for Engineers | University of Southampton

English for Engineers | University of Southampton | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
Information on English classes for engineers and materials to help tackle assessed tasks.
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How ‘seeing’ a language can help learners retain it | British Council Voices

How ‘seeing’ a language can help learners retain it | British Council Voices | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
Different learners require different learning methods, so we shouldn’t always favour a ‘communicative’ approach over an ‘academic’ one, argues Rupert Lezemore.
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Top 20 things politicians need to know about science

Top 20 things politicians need to know about science | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
British and Australian scientists compile a list of tips to help policy makers better understand the 'imperfect nature of science'
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Introduction to English Communication for Scientists | Learn Science at Scitable

Introduction to English Communication for Scientists | Learn Science at Scitable | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
English Communication for Scientists is a brief guide on how to communicate more effectively in English, no matter how much previous experience you have.
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The Best Ways To Use Mistakes When Teaching Writing | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

The Best Ways To Use Mistakes When Teaching Writing | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day… | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
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Greedy Intelligence’s 1Checker Is A Proofreading Platform For Non-Native English Speakers | TechCrunch

Greedy Intelligence’s 1Checker Is A Proofreading Platform For Non-Native English Speakers | TechCrunch | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
Developed by two Cambridge PhD students, 1Checker is a proofreading platform that seeks to be a better alternative to Microsoft Word's spellchecker and..
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Academic Writing App from UCL

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Department of English, UCL, Survey of English Usage
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The CRAAP test - Evaluating Web Resources

This is a multidisciplinary guide on evaluating research sources, especially resources found on the World Wide Web.
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College Lectures for Advanced ELLs: Academic Earth | TESOL Blog

College Lectures for Advanced ELLs: Academic Earth | TESOL Blog | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
Alexandra Lowe shares an online resource for advanced and higher ed ELLs that can spark discussion and lively debate, and can lay the groundwork for essays.
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CBC Edmonton | Learning English With CBC

CBC Edmonton | Learning English With CBC | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
Learning English with CBC provides stories, newscasts and lessons for English learners.
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INCH | Technical English – Inch by Inch

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Top 10 Academic Library Websites 2013

Top 10 Academic Library Websites 2013 | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
the cloudy librarian - musings on library technologies
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ELT Pics: English Errors

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This animated history of the English language is wonderful

This animated history of the English language is wonderful | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
I didn't mean to watch this entire thing, but dammit if I didn't sit through all ten minutes (alright, technically 11 minutes and 20 seconds) of this fantastically witty, animated history of the English language.
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Reading and Writing Tools

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Purdue OWL: Reverse Outlining

This exercise is useful for either difficult texts that you must read, or as a way to revise your work for organization and clarity.
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Google Adds Etymology Feature | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

Google Adds Etymology Feature | Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day… | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
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Howard Gardner: ‘Multiple intelligences’ are not ‘learning styles’

Howard Gardner: ‘Multiple intelligences’ are not ‘learning styles’ | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
The famed psychologist explains why one is not the other though they are often confused.
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Who is the Oxford 3,000™ actually for?

Who is the Oxford 3,000™ actually for? | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
Bjorn Candel is an EFL teacher in the UAE. In this post, he looks at how the Oxford 3,000™ – a list of the 3,000 most important words in English – can be used with EFL students. Frequency-based voc...
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Online Resources: From Sentence to Essay | TESOL Blog

Online Resources: From Sentence to Essay | TESOL Blog | Dalhousie ESL Programs | Scoop.it
Elena Shvidko provides three great online resources for helping teach ELLs about academic writing on the sentence, paragraph, and essay levels.
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