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Focusing on language in EAP: Craig Thaine webinar

Focusing on language in EAP: Craig Thaine webinar | TELT | Scoop.it

This webinar will explore undergraduates' and EAP learners' self-perceived needs in relation to explicit grammar and vocabulary learning. It will also examine learners' study preferences when they need to focus on language.

During the webinar you will learn about ways to help learners negotiate and work with useful language that can be found in authentic EAP texts.

Topic:

Focusing on language in EAP with Craig Thaine

Date:

January 21st 2014

Time:

15:00 GMT

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Just posting on this topic ...  I'm assuming this is a free webinar, though sponsored by Cambridge University Press, with whom the speaker has co-authored an Academic English textbook series.

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All resources | Cambridge English Teacher

All resources | Cambridge English Teacher | TELT | Scoop.it

The Cambridge English Teacher website (Cambridge University Press) has some free resources for teachers alongside its commercial options (courses, webinars, journal).

 

Ozge Karaoglu Ergen cites some digital storytelling sites (Storybird, Animoto).  Pete Sharma has a short piece on blended learning.

 

You do have to sign up and the resources are in PDF format, so it's not particularly user-friendly.  Also, older resources (over 3 months) are locked for full (paying) members.

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Nik's Daily English Activities: Take a Quick English Test

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Nik Peachey:
"If you aren't sure which exam to take or what you level is, today's activity could help you a little. It uses two websites, one produced by Cambridge ESOL to test your level and the other Exam English to help you practice for a test."
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