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Epiphany in A Cluttered Room [Kindle Edition]

Amazon Author Page: Thomas Jerome Baker ** Book Description Publication Date: April 27, 2013 I wrote Epiphany in A Cluttered Room because writing is life for me. I live to write and I write to live. It’s the first thing … Continue reading

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The Spelling Bee Team: A New Approach

Spelling Bee. A group of kids come together and begin to spell words. The last one standing is the Champion. One winner, and all the other kids who didn’t win are left feeling like losers. I know what I’m talking … Continue reading

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Competencia de Spelling Bee 2012 – ¡PUBLICACIÓN LISTA DE PALABRAS!

Competencia de Spelling Bee 2012 – PUBLICACIÓN LISTA DE PALABRAS Proceso de inscripción para la Competencia de Spelling Bee 2012 • Quienes pueden participar: Estudiantes de sexto año de Enseñanza Básica pertenecientes a establecimientos municipales y/o particulares subvencionados del país. … Continue reading

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Competencia de Spelling Bee 2012 – INSCRIPCIONES ABIERTAS

Este año el PIAP comienza a organizar Competencias de Spelling Bee! En esta actividad, estudiantes de 5° o 6° año de Enseñanza Básica de establecimientos municipales o particular subvencionados, deberán deletrear correctamente una palabra en inglés en 1 minuto y … Continue reading

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The Spelling Bee: One Winner & 200 Losers?

The Spelling Bee for EFL Teachers Spelling is the Cinderella of language learning. Ask a teacher how to teach spelling, and the answer will most likely be echoed by students: Read books. Pay attention to words. Notice them. While knowing … Continue reading

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The Spelling Bee for EFL Teachers

The Spelling Bee For EFL Teachers This book is for teachers of English Language Learners, ESL, EFL, & ELT. It is dedicated to the students in my EFL class, past, present, and future. I sincerely hope something within these pages … Continue reading

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25 Books by Thomas Jerome Baker

This book is for teachers of English Language Learners, ESL, EFL, & ELT. It is dedicated to the students in my EFL class, past, present, and future. I sincerely hope something within these pages will resonate within them and awaken … Continue reading

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Franklin Global SpellEvent in Chile: The Spellers Who Spelled, “Success”

“Success”, is not a long word, not a tricky word to spell. It has a double “c” and a double “s”, and you’ve spelled it. It’s a pretty common word. People are always talking about success. The world is full … Continue reading

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Could You Spell That?

What’s your name? What? Could you spell that? OK, what gives? Well, how many times have you asked a student, or someone new, somewhere, at sometime, this question: “What’s your name?” And the answer is some strange, unusual, uncommon, extraordinary … Continue reading

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What You Ought To Know About Spelling: It Matters

Spelling doesn’t matter. Have you heard that one before? I mean, it was even scientifically proved. By no less than Cambridge, research done at Cambridge, or a Cambridge researcher. Who cares? Spelling doesn’t matter, especially if you can read the … Continue reading

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