Monthly Archives: March 2012

Fast Forward from Iatefl Glasgow 2012

Fast Forward…From Glasgow back to everyday life I’ve actually been back from Glasgow for almost a week now and as time passes your brain begins to put things into order, classifying the kaleidoscope of talks, ideas, peoples, impressions that whirled … Continue reading

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Thoughts from Glasgow Iatefl Day One

It’s been an energizing here in Glasgow today, and I finally got to meet a few of my Twitter friends. (hope I’ll be meeting more tonight at the ELTCHAT party :-) as well. So, I thought I’d share a few … Continue reading

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The Essence of the Lesson

Lighting the spark….I was talking with two of my colleagues this morning about our lessons, and you might think we’d be discussing the focus we’d planned, or the materials etc. But, in fact, you’d be wrong. What we talked about … Continue reading

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Let creativity into the language class

Via Scoop.it – Scoop for thoughtThe language classroom is the obvious place to let imagination run free…Via http://www.guardian.co.uk

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Funnyexam.com: Hilarious exam answers given by students

Via Scoop.it – Testing TimesA bit of light relief….Welcome to the wonderful world of Funnyexam.com – a website crammed with hilariously bad answers given by students in both the UK and US.Via http://www.dailymail.co.uk

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Interesting site

Via Scoop.it – Inspiration for tired EFL Teachershttp://www.englishcentral.com – Find out how EnglishCentral works and helps to make learning English fun and effective Download our User’s Guide. http://bit….Via http://www.youtube.com

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A Voice from the Desert

A Voice in the Desert It isn’t very popular these days to like coursebooks, and I like many of my colleagues, feel that following a course book can, at times, be extremely limiting. Often we tend to equate using the … Continue reading

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