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#Learn A #Second #Language or #Sing A #Song In 25 Languages: Which is easier? #ASMSG #RaveReviewsBookClub #BYNR #IAN1 #JT4A #4FTM #AGA3 #1AdB #Bookplugs #Indie

http://t.co/YcaiBFFWmm Got a #Kindle? ╚► http://t.co/iuw14JM5Ot ★Second #Language Acquisition ★ #esl #ASMSG #ian1 #jt4a #4ftm #j4us #bynr — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) January 28, 2014 Which is easier: learn a second language or sing a song in 25 languages? Intuitively, … Continue reading

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What, Like, Makes #Language Change? ► #YA #efl #elt #ASMSG #BYNR #IAN1 #book #JT4a #t4us #aga3 ► #RaveReviewsBookClub #esl #ell #eltchat #edchat

http://t.co/Cmdx4HYKua ► Second #Language Acquisition► #efl #elt #ASMSG #BYNR #IAN1 #book #JT4a #t4us #aga3 ► #RaveReviewsBookClub #esl #ell — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) January 23, 2014 What, Like, Makes Language Change? Language changes for many reasons. When one language comes … Continue reading

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New Study from Europe: When Teachers & Students Speak English in the Classroom

In Chile, every time we survey students we find out something that surprises nobody. It is related to teaching English, in English. As you can imagine, it is a good idea to teach English, in English. First, here is the … Continue reading

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Native Speaker Needed?

Native Speaker Needed? At the 2007 TESOL Chile Conference the question was asked: Are native speaker teachers automatically the best teachers of a language? Just because you speak a language naturally, does that mean you can teach it? Or does … 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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