Daily Archives: January 29, 2011

Voice: How to Find It and Keep It

Voice. All writer’s are concerned with it, some of us consciously, others unconsciously. Some of us just write, and voice happens. But ask us to explain it, and everyone will give you a different explanation. I’m sharing what I consider … Continue reading

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Global Networks and Geo-Diversity:Re-Presenting My Professional Learning Networks (#CCK11)

Geo-Diversity. A geodiverse network of professional learners. The more diverse, in terms of global coverage, the stronger the likelihood of having access to some of the most brilliant minds in the world within my professional interests, namely the teaching of … Continue reading

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Using Language Learning Technology: A Personal Assessment

What is the current state of Language Learning Technology (LLT) in my practice as a teacher of English? To be honest, I’m not as advanced as I could be, but I’m not in a state of panic either. You see, … Continue reading

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Time to Teach Teens: Grammar McNuggets on the Last Day!

Scott Thornbury: (Quote) “Stephen Krashen once said (only half-jokingly, I suspect) that, more important than having new ideas is giving old ideas new names. With that in mind, I was reminded recently that it was 10 years ago that I … Continue reading

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