Daily Archives: September 20, 2011

Video – Sample Debate with Judge’s Decision: Colegios de Iquique debaten en inglés

This house believes that the internet is the new opiate of the masses” es el tema sobre el cual basaron su exposición los equipos de 6 colegios en el Torneo de Debates de Inglés que organiza el Programa Inglés Abre … Continue reading

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Up For Debate (Qatar Debates Bangladesch): Segunda etapa del Torneo de Debates en Inglés en la Región del Maule

Fotografía: Colegio San Marcos, Instituto Regional del Maule e Instituto Santa Marta, siendo premiados por su participación. En la actividad participaron estudiantes de Enseñanza Media representantes de 8 establecimientos municipales y particular subvencionados de la zona, de los cuales sólo … Continue reading

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Grammar: Teaching the Passive Voice – Should We, or Shouldn’t We?

The passive voice is dead! Long live the passive voice! Should we, or shouldn’t we? To be, or not to be? Aye, that is the question, is it not??? Today, I’m sharing a grammar discussion thread about teaching the passive … Continue reading

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TOEFL Resources : An Overview – Why TOEFL Test is Best

Source: http://bit.ly/gwvAkU Planning for the TOEFL® test just got easier. Watch this video to see all the great TOEFL resources that are available from ETS, the maker of the TOEFL test. Why the TOEFL® test is best: 6 facts that … Continue reading

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College Conspiracy: Million Dollar Myth? Scam? Lie?

A viral video, with over 2 million views on YouTube, is making the rounds. It’s called, College Conspiracy and looks at the belief that Americans with college degrees earn $1 million more in lifetime income compared to high school graduates … Continue reading

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Obama Tells Congress, “Pass This Bill”: “This is not class warfare – it’s math.”

This morning, the President proposed the “Buffett Rule,” which would require those earning more than $1 million a year to pay the same share of their income in taxes as middle-class families do. This proposal makes sure millionaires and billionaires … Continue reading

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Have You Heard: TESOL Announces New Name

We have exciting news! TESOL has a new name: TESOL International Association. Though the name has changed, the association will continue to be your source for knowledge, quality professional development, and important research in the field. Most important, TESOL is … Continue reading

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