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QR codes – using mobiles in the EFL classroom

QR codes – using mobiles in the EFL classroom | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
Raquel Gonzaga is a blog writer in the field of technology resources for ELT classrooms. In this post, she considers how QR codes can be used to involve and motivate students in the EFL classroom. ...
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School uniforms and clothes.

School uniforms and clothes. | eflclassroom | Scoop.it

Dress up this schoolgirl and learn the vocabulary to describe her.


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Professional Practices for English Language Teaching - British Council

Professional Practices for English Language Teaching - British Council | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
A free online continuing professional development (CPD) course for people who are teaching English as a foreign language.

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Anna Vetter's curator insight, August 25, 5:58 AM

Ce CLOM de formation continue en 6 sujets pour les professeurs d'anglais débute le 31 août. Il est proposé par le British Council.

Durée : 6 semaines

Travail/semaine : 2h

Possibilité d'acheter une attestation de participation papier.

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A trip to London- games

A trip to London- games | eflclassroom | Scoop.it

First
look at the map and play the game, then practise with the 3 games below.



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Used to, be used to, get used to: speaking activity

Used to, be used to, get used to: speaking activity | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
This activity helps practice through speaking three often confused grammar structures: used to, be used to, get used to. The aim is to show the difference in meaning and structure by allowing stude...

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Why is Canadian English unique?

Why is Canadian English unique? | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
America’s neighbour resisted annexation by the US and its people remained UK subjects. But Canada’s English isn’t exactly British or American, writes James Harbeck.
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There should be correction in conversation lessons

There should be correction in conversation lessons | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
This guest post is by Ricardo Barros, who wrote this wonderful post about our latest BrELTchat. This is part of an initiative on our blog to hear the teachers' voices from our group on Facebook. **...

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iPad and Guided Reading

iPad and Guided Reading | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
Many teachers have been using iPads to develop reading in the classroom. This post looks at how they can be integrated into guided reading, however the apps we recommend are versatile enough to be ...

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Would you Adam and Eve it? Cockney rhyming slang is nearly brown bread

Would you Adam and Eve it? Cockney rhyming slang is nearly brown bread | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
The old Cockney dialect is dying out, as younger people don’t have a Scooby how to use itAge: About 175 years.
Appearance: Diminishing by the minute, me old china.
Related: The ultimate guide to Cockney rhyming slang Continue reading...

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EnglishUp's curator insight, August 19, 5:08 AM

Sometimes even a certain area of an individual city can have its own slang vocabulary, and that is certainly true of Hackney in London, how many of these cockney rhyming slang terms do you recognise?!

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Eye Shakespeare App - Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

Eye Shakespeare App - Shakespeare Birthplace Trust | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
Eye Shakespeare is a free iPhone and iPad app designed to enhance any visit to Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon

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Automatically fill out vocabulary sheets | Vocabulist

Vocabulist is an app for students that automatically defines vocabulary sheets and has a variety of export options.

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10 Back-To-School Tips For Teachers Using Google Docs

10 Back-To-School Tips For Teachers Using Google Docs | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
10 Back-To-School Tips For Teachers Using Google Docs

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We're Taught From Birth to Obey Authority—But What Should We Do If the Authority Is Wrong?

We're Taught From Birth to Obey Authority—But What Should We Do If the Authority Is Wrong? | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
What would you do if you were given an order you knew was unjust?

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Why isn’t ‘American’ a language?

Why isn’t ‘American’ a language? | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
Britain and the US share a common language – but English is spoken and spelled very differently on either side of the Atlantic. James Harbeck finds out why.

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Are we on the brink of a paradigm shift in ELT?

Are we on the brink of a paradigm shift in ELT? | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
Kuhn used the term “paradigm shift” to challenge the account given by philosophers of science such as Popper of how scientific theories evolved and progressed. Popper said that scientific progress ...

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The secret history of jaywalking: The disturbing reason it was outlawed — and why we should lift the ban

The secret history of jaywalking: The disturbing reason it was outlawed — and why we should lift the ban | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
the auto industry pursued aggressive action to take sole possession of public roads

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Spotimap - An interactive map of songs about cities

Spotimap - An interactive map of songs about cities | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
Have you been alone in Kyoto? Is London calling you? Do you love New York but it's bringing you down? This interactive map is for you! Explore the world while you listen to songs about cities.

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The Newspaper Has a Place in the Classroom

The Newspaper Has a Place in the Classroom | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
Newspapers hold great promise as instructional tools for enriching English/language arts instruction, writes Joanne Yatvin.

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Learning2gether with Phil Hubbard and Vance Stevens on Interactive Participatory Drama and Traci Talk

Learning2gether with Phil Hubbard and Vance Stevens on Interactive Participatory Drama and Traci Talk | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
Download mp3: Phil Hubbard joins Vance Stevens to discuss how the team at CPI (Courseware Publishing International in Cupertino California) developed Traci Talk and envisaged its use. The session w...

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Vance Stevens's curator insight, August 19, 1:27 PM

The #learning2gether archive of our discussion of Traci Talk and interactive participatory drama with Phil Hubbard has been posted with show notes, YouTube video recording, and mp3 rendition available for download. The video shows Phil walking us through a conversation with one of the characters in Traci Talk.

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Free Shakespeare app | Royal Shakespeare Company | Theatre

Free Shakespeare app | Royal Shakespeare Company | Theatre | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
A virtual reality version of Much Ado About Nothing is part of a new Shakespeare app that launches today for phones and tablets

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Prepositions Kill - Survive and Live to Rock Another Conversation

A preposition tells a reader when and where something occurred as well as how it occurred. English prepositions perform so many functions that their nuances ca…

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NowComment - Turning Documents into Conversations

NowComment - Turning Documents into Conversations | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
NOWCOMMENT - Turning Documents into Conversations®

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Scott Thornbury at The New School: The Learning Body - YouTube

Sponsored by the School of Languages at The New School (http://www.newschool.edu/public-engagement/languages)..


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Luciana Viter's curator insight, August 15, 11:05 PM

Amazing lecture For ELT!

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"Alright" Versus "All Right"

"Alright" Versus "All Right" | eflclassroom | Scoop.it
One of these spellings is common, but wrong: "alright" and "all right."

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