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50 "Best Practices" for language teachers

50 "Best Practices" for language teachers | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
                     50 “Best Practices” For Language Teachers                    
“It’s a funny thing. The more I practice, the luckier I get.”
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ELTABB Journal Volume 1

ELTABB Journal Volume 1 | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
In the first edition, Scott Thornbury looks at teaching grammar at the point of need, while Evan Frendo gives some handy advice to freelancers looking to get private clients. Other highlights include Phil Wades's ideas for using Podcasts and Mat Plews on TBLT

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Awesome Twitter Cheat Sheet for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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5E Cycle Integrates 21st Century Skills

"Many school focus too much on achievement... (they need) to create opportunities for young people develop their learning muscles and their learning stamina through working on real problems... to r...
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Vocabulary Instructional Strategies: Marzano's 6-Step Process

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Blooms Taxonomy - Infographic

Blooms Taxonomy  - Infographic | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it

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5 simple ways to be a better teacher tomorrow!

5 simple ways to be a better teacher tomorrow! | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
In today’s fast-paced, ever-changing world -- often mirrored in our schools -- it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and wonder if you’re making a difference
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Kill your Powerpoints and teach like a pirate

Kill your Powerpoints and teach like a pirate | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
Despite my university title, I’ve always thought that someone, one day, will discover that I’m not a “real” academic.

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Videos in Your ESL Class Part 1

Videos in Your ESL Class Part 1 | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
Have you ever wondered how to use movies in your ESL classes, without just sitting your students down in front of the screen, hitting 'Play' and sitting back to watch?
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10 Do's and Don'ts in PowerPoint Presentations ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

10 Do's and Don'ts in PowerPoint Presentations ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
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How to Use Popular Music to Teach ESL

How to Use Popular Music to Teach ESL | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
I spend a lot of time listening to popular music—not originally by choice.But I have an adolescent daughter, hence I spend a lot of time shuttling her to music and basketball practice
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Google Search Tips You Must Know ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Google Search Tips You Must Know ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
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Top Ten Group Work Strategies

Top Ten Group Work Strategies | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
If I am continually vexed by any one question in education it is ‘how can we enhance student motivation?‘ Of course, I do not have the answer, and if there is one it is multi-faceted, c...
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Strategies in vocabulary learning

Strategies in vocabulary learning | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
Last week I published a post on vocabulary. I’d like to start out by thanking everyone for their great responses, I came away with a lot of ideas and lots to think about. In the post, I gave ...
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How to Design Text-Based Questions (and Teach Students to Answer Them!) > Eye On Education

How to Design Text-Based Questions (and Teach Students to Answer Them!) > Eye On Education | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
When I was a teacher, it was common practice to ask students for their personal responses to literature. I did that a lot in my classroom as a way t...
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A Hippocratic Oath for the Teachers of the World

TweetMay December 25th, 2012 find you well and happy, whatever reason you find to celebrate it. Being a teacher is an awesome privilege, and one that I don’t take for granted. Here is exactly...
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10 Tips for Teaching Grammar According to the Common Core > Eye On Education

10 Tips for Teaching Grammar According to the Common Core > Eye On Education | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
The following blog post is part of a blog series called "Comments on the Common Core," written by Eye On Education's Senior Editor, Lauren Dav...
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Six Traits for Identifying Complex Texts > Eye On Education

Six Traits for Identifying Complex Texts > Eye On Education | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
The Common Core State Standards for Reading call upon students in grades K-12 to read and comprehend complex literary and information texts independen...
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5 clues your students are plagiarizing

5 clues your students are plagiarizing | Reading for English teachers | Scoop.it
As a teacher, it breaks your heart to discover that a student has copied another’s original work word for word. Here are some clues that your students have plagiarized.
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