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Learner's internal syllabus

While everyone seems comfortable in the lock-step chain of activities so far presented in the lesson, the student with arms crossed, Marco, starts the exercise as soon as he can identify to which e...
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The Favorite TED Talks Of The TED Talks Education Speakers - Edudemic

The Favorite TED Talks Of The TED Talks Education Speakers - Edudemic | Teaching English | Scoop.it
To keep you inspired and learning, TED Talks Education asked each speaker to compile a list of their favorite TED talks, which are linked below.
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Teacher echo, teacher echo: helpful, or greedy and controlling?

Teacher echo, teacher echo: helpful, or greedy and controlling? | Teaching English | Scoop.it
Recently listening to Cecilia Lemos’ great talk on recasting as a form of correction, and how she had decided it was not always very effective,  I started thinking again about teacher echo. Recasti...
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Leoxicon: SLA research: still in the shackles of traditional grammar?

Leoxicon: SLA research: still in the shackles of traditional grammar? | Teaching English | Scoop.it
RT @leoselivan: My last blog post: SLA research: still in the shackles of traditional grammar? http://t.co/KzHidrfPtO #elt #esol #tefl
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