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5 useful online journals for ELT professionals

5 useful online journals for ELT professionals | Teacher Development Stuff | Scoop.it
Having been invited to recommend ‘the best ELT journals…, maybe a top 5 list’, Florentina Taylor explains why the following are, in her opinion, great resources for ELT professionals. Such a list w...
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Translation in ELT: an interview with Philip Kerr - Part I - Cambridge Conversations

Translation in ELT: an interview with Philip Kerr - Part I - Cambridge Conversations | Teacher Development Stuff | Scoop.it
Philip Kerr’s Translation and Own-language Activities tackles a controversial subject in a practical way, providing effective ways of integrating carefully chosen activities into language classrooms. Later this week, the book will be receiving the ‘Best Entry for Teachers’ award at the English-Speaking Union’s HRH The Duke of Edinburgh English Language Book Awards ceremony in London. …
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The Night Before a Course Begins

The Night Before a Course Begins | Teacher Development Stuff | Scoop.it
By a 'course' here I mean an intensive pre-service training course, or a course for in-service teachers, usually lasting between 2 and 5 weeks, taking place either in my native Ukraine or abroad. H...
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Cambridge English Teaching Framework | Cambridge English

Cambridge English Teaching Framework | Cambridge English | Teacher Development Stuff | Scoop.it
The Cambridge English Teaching Framework can help you see where you are in your development as an English teacher.
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Evaluating Teacher Education Programs fro Australian Journal of Teacher Education

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Moving from Performance Appraisals to Performance Management

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Innovation in TD from British Council http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/sites/teacheng/files/E168%20Innovations%20in%20CPD_FINAL%20V2%20web.pdf

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Ms. Potts Part 2

Ms. Potts Part 2 | Teacher Development Stuff | Scoop.it
In the previous post, I asked readers to vote on what they thought of Ms. Potts’ lesson on the present perfect . Here are the results: Actually the results as of today are 43 to 36. What, I wonder,...
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Snappy overview of key SLA research on explicit grammar teaching.
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Stepping into the real world - transitioning listening IATEFL 4th April 2014

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Jack C Richards Book: Beyond the Plateau - getting Ss from Intermediate to Advanced

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Some things that matter in grammar teaching and some things that don't | EnglishAgenda | British Council

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Here Is A Great App for Creating Comic Books with Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Here Is A Great App for Creating Comic Books with Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Teacher Development Stuff | Scoop.it
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Dealing with Vocabulary in Class : Nation 2013

Lecturer : Paul Nation
Paul Nation is emeritus professor of Applied Linguistics at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. His special interests are language teaching, and methodology and vocabulary learning.

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Ten different ways of dealing with words encountered in intensive reading and in other class work are examined.

 

 


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SIT Graduate Institute TESOL Certificate

SIT Graduate Institute TESOL Certificate | Teacher Development Stuff | Scoop.it
Earn a certificate in TESOL from SIT Graduate Institute, a leader in the field for more than 40 years.
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Framework Materials – The Perfect Invention for the Well Intentioned

Framework Materials – The Perfect Invention for the Well Intentioned | Teacher Development Stuff | Scoop.it
As teachers we are full of good intentions, most of the time anyway, but often there is a gap between our intent and our ability to implement. This often seems to be down to either a lack of information on exactly what our students need to learn, a lack of time to prepare appropriate materials or a lack of knowledge on how to best go about creating genuinely bespoke lessons. The road to hell is indeed paved with good intentions but framework materials can be a powerful compass to keep us on the
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TED: Teacher Evaluation and Development | NYSUT.org

TED: Teacher Evaluation and Development | NYSUT.org | Teacher Development Stuff | Scoop.it
TED, a system of Teacher Evaluation and Development, was created by six labor/management Innovation Teams across New York State to integrate evaluations in a continuum that advances teacher practice and student learning.
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Article on teacher appraisal systems for ELT from LAMSIG : http://lamsig.iatefl.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/McArdle-appraisal.pdf

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Techniques for Teaching Total Physical Response (TPR) - YouTube

Total Physical Response (TPR) is a method developed by Dr. James J. Asher, a professor emeritus of psychology at San José State University, to aid learning s...
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