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Here is my interview with Iris Yang

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Hello and welcome to my blog, Author Interviews. My name is Fiona Mcvie. Let’s get you introduced to everyone, shall we? Tell us your name. What is your age? My name is Iris Yang. Some say…

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Paradigmas de Investigación Educativa: de las leyes subyacentes a la modernidad reflexiva

Originally posted on Entelequia. Revista Interdisciplinar:
Autor/es: Sánchez Santamaría, José Título: «Paradigmas de Investigación Educativa: de las leyes subyacentes a la modernidad reflexiva» (Paradigms on Educational Research: from underlying laws to reflexive modernity) Sección: Epistemología. Otoño 2013 Resumen: Este artículo…

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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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Should Students In Chile’s Vocational High Schools,Vocational Training Centers, and Professional Training Universities Be Taught Vocational English?

Title: Career Paths: Nursing Description: Student’s Book (with Digibooks App) ISBN: 978-1-4715-6288-4 CEFR Level: A1, A2 & B1 Yes. The answer is unequivocal: “Yes, students in Chile´s vocational high schools, vocational training centers, and professional training centers should be taught … Continue reading

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. On His 1964 Visit to The Berlin Wall

Dr. King: “Yes…I find the wall depressing…It symbolizes the divisions of mankind.” “It is indeed an honor to be in this city, which stands as a symbol of the divisions of men on the face of the earth,” he told … Continue reading

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The Bette Davis Club (A Novel By Jane Lotter)

The Final Chapter Running out of time, a writer races to leave a legacy. By Day One Staff on November 06, 2018 Jane Lotter knew she was dying. She watched the timer on her desk as she increased her word … Continue reading

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The People vs. Donald J. Trump: Treason, Bribery Or Other High Crimes And Misdemeanors (by David Leonhardt)

The presidential oath of office contains 35 words and one core promise: to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” Since virtually the moment Donald J. Trump took that oath two years ago, he has been violating … Continue reading

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Teaching The N-Word To EFL Students: Should We Or Shouldn’t We?

To begin, let me wish you and your loved one(s) a very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Prosperous New Year! Thanks for taking the time to read and comment on this new series. So, what’s it all about? It’s about … Continue reading

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CULTURE ASPECTS OF TEACHING ENGLISH

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The other day I was teaching a group of CEFR B1 students. They are all Kazakhstani local students. One of the listening tasks was to listen to 8 conversations and identify what people asked…

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#NuncaEsTarde: Licenciatura 2017 de Educación de Adultos en La Municipalidad de El Carmen

Según MINEDUC, cerca de 100 mil jóvenes desertan cada año del colegio. Retomar los estudios mejora no sólo las oportunidades laborales, también la autoestima. El en Liceo Polivalente Juvenal Hernández Jaque de El Carmen, se realizó la ceremonia de licenciatura, … Continue reading

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