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How To Teach English Literature: Resources, Strategies and Tips #ASMSG

How To Teach English Literature This textbook is intended for students of English Literature Teaching as well as new and experienced teachers of English Literature. Written by Thomas Jerome Baker, author of 168 books and a teacher of English with … Continue reading

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#PechaKucha & English Language Teaching: Changing The Classroom (Book Review) #asmsg #RaveReviewsBookClub #iartg #ian1 #edchat

5.0 out of 5 stars New wonderful “communication” possibility! June 25, 2014 By Roxy on Amazon “Roxy on Amazon” – This review is from: Pecha Kucha & English Language Teaching: Changing The Classroom (Kindle Edition) “You know, I was first … Continue reading

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Pecha Kucha & #English #Language #Teaching: What The Reviewers Are Saying

What Are The Reviewers Saying? Take a look for yourself below: 5.0 out of 5 stars Thomas Baker does an Excellent Job in explaining Pecha Kucha April 18, 2014 By Dennis Waller TOP 500 REVIEWER I had heard of Pecha … Continue reading

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Teaching English Language Learners Worldwide: Theory & Practical Guide

Book Description Publication Date: May 5, 2013 It is estimated that over 1 billion people are currently learning English world wide. According to the British Council, as of the year 2,000 there were 750 million English as a Foreign language … Continue reading

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Take our survey by January 30th and be entered for a chance to win a $250 American Express gift cheque! Click here to take our survey > > Dear Edutopia Friend, I’m writing to ask for your input on Edutopia’s … Continue reading

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New on Amazon – Paperback: How to Coach A Debate Team

How to Coach A Debate Team This book contains all you need to know to successfully coach a debate team. First, you may need to convince your students that debate is a good thing: 1. Debating ability is a valuable … Continue reading

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Exitosa primera fase del Torneo de Debates en Inglés se realizó en el Bio Bio

Exitosa primera fase del Torneo de Debates en Inglés se realizó en el Bío Bío Fuente: Mineduc – Programa Ingles Abre Puertas (PIAP) En las jornadas participaron más de 240 estudiantes de Enseñanza Media, quienes representaron a 34 establecimientos de … Continue reading

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Professionalism & Serendipity for Teachers: Powerful Cognitive Learning

Professionalism & Serendipity for Teachers: Powerful Cognitive Learning Serendipity is defined as, ” A fortunate discovery made by luck.” Many scientific discoveries were made serendipitously: antibiotics, X-Rays, gravity, etc. The list could stretch on for days. Yet the nagging question … Continue reading

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3 Reasons Why Teaching Debate is A Good Idea

Teaching debate, in Chile, or anywhere else in the world, is a worthwhile endeavour. The purpose of this post is to share with you, the reader, my certainty about the value of debate. I will give only three reasons, as … Continue reading

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Teaching Reading and Reading Well: The Connectivism Way #CCK11 #ELTchat

Teaching reading is hard work. I am certain that if we took a poll among Teachers of English as a Foreign Language, reading would be number 4 on the list of favorite skills to teach. Here is what my list … Continue reading

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