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#Interview with Uvi Poznansky by Melodie Ramone, #Author of “After Forever Ends”

The interview is a genre of spoken and written language that I have explored in a previous book, “The Interview Teacher: From Imagination to Sophistication” For me, the interview is “an act of sophistication – an attempt to tease out … Continue reading

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How I Write: “I Still Do Not Write” #CCK11 #ELTchat

Theodore A, Hoppe says: February 4, 2011 at 8:42 pm I have to admit that I still do not write. If it were not for the computer, I would not create written text. I compose in words, a challenging concept … Continue reading

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Would You Change? A Connectivist Reactive-Writing Lesson Plan (#CCK11) (#ELTchat) (#esl) (#edreform) (#education)

Would you change? That’s the writing prompt for a reactive-writing lesson. Here, I’m using my biography, true stories taken from my life experience, to increase the likelihood of engaging my students. After all, who would have thought that the teacher … Continue reading

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