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Why Listen to a Book? Listening to an audiobook versus reading a book: Which would you prefer?

The question is an interesting one, both questions, in fact. The answers are just as equally interesting as the questions: Rachelle Gould-Harris writes: “Audio, because it frees me up to do other things while I listen.” Anne Cerstvik Nolan writes: … Continue reading

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Integrated Learning: #Writing #Reading #Speaking #Listening #Grammar

Writing and reading are invariably connected, most people would agree. Yet adding grammar to the mix is bound to be contentious. Grammar is not neutral. All through the ages of man, there have been those who spurned it, found it … Continue reading

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Connectivist Word Walls: Show and Tell #CCK11 #ELTchat

Hi everyone. Today’s connectivist writing lesson is called “Show and tell”. Sometimes, no matter how much you refine and plan your words, well, at times, words alone just don’t work. So, what do you do? Show and tell. Show what … Continue reading

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