Category Archives: Teaching Tips

Introducción a la Pedagogía de Paulo Freire

Paulo Freire es un pedagogo, pero al mismo tiempo es un político, sociólogo, antropólogo e historiador. Su propuesta político-pedagógica comienza en el aula escolar pero pretende impactar en toda la sociedad. Nuestro autor no nos ofrece soluciones mágicas, ni fórmulas infalibles. Resulta … Continue reading

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Pasantía Al Extranjero: Para Docentes de Inglés

El Plan Nacional de Inglés, English in English, impulsado por la División de Educación General a través del PIAP, busca por una parte mejorar el aprendizaje del idioma inglés entre los estudiantes de 5º básico a 4toº medio y por … Continue reading

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Fechas relevantes #PSU2019 – Proceso de Admisión 2020

Fechas relevantes PSU 2019 – Proceso de Admisión 2020 ABRIL 11/04/2019 –>Publicación Temarios PSU en DEMRE JUNIO 03/06/2019 –>Inicio de etapa inscripción vía internet en PSU DEMRE (hora por confirmar). AGOSTO 02/08/2019 –> Fin de etapa inscripción vía internet en PSU … Continue reading

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Beca JUNAEB para la #PSU: TIPS PARA RENDIR PSU + MI EXPERIENCIA || Pauli Gutthi ♥

Más de 187 mil estudiantes podrán optar este año a la beca JUNAEB para rendir la PSU. El beneficio financia el costo total del arancel de $31.760, permitiendo a estudiantes de establecimientos municipales y subvencionados que actualmente estén cursando cuarto … Continue reading

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Arizona Changes How English Language Learners Are Taught

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed Senate Bill 1014 into law, eliminating the controversial four-hour mandated block of English-language instruction (ELL) for English language learners in the state. ELL teachers now have more flexibility to tailor instruction to meet the … Continue reading

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Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza (Life In The Shadows) by Gloria Anzaldua

Books allow the dead to speak to the living. All writers know this basic fact, that we become immortal by the very act of writing. Today, I picked up a copy of a book called, “Borderlands, La Frontera” by Gloria … Continue reading

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The English We Speak: “My Bad”

My bad… English belongs to its users. In other words, you use English as a tool to express yourself. The words you choose to use belong to you, the user. If I want to understand you, I must pay close … Continue reading

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Corpus Linguistics: Using The BNC With English Language Learners

The British National Corpus (BNC) is my favourite corpus. What’s yours? All teachers should have a favourite corpus. For many years, I preferred to use a free, online vocabulary profiler called LexTutor. In fact, I still use it when I … Continue reading

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In Chile, Vocational. English. Is. Impossible.

Vocational English for vocational students is impossible in Chile, isn’t it? All of the students in the video above are learning a specific, vocational career. The majority of these students plan on entering the world of work, getting a job, … Continue reading

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El futuro del aprendizaje, la pobreza, y la medicina nuclear

“Nadie es pobre solo y nadie sale de la pobreza solo.” Por Martin Burt, PhD Director Ejecutivo de Fundación Paraguaya “Cambia, todo cambia,” escribió el cantautor chileno Julio Numhauser del grupo Quilapayún desde su exilio en Suecia en 1973 en … Continue reading

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