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#PublicSpeaking: What #Amazing Nonsense You Are Talking! #ASMSG #IAN1 #IARTG #edchat

To be a good public speaker, never give up. Face your fear. “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” ~ James Baldwin In this book, I share my story, from … Continue reading

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#RT Cultural Cocktails With @JGRWriter: A Blog Talk Radio Interview w/ Author Thomas Jerome Baker #RaveReviewsBookClub #ASMSG #BYNR #IAN1 #IARTG #1AdB #pdf1 #JT4A #4FTM #aga3 #Bookworms #Bookplugs #Kindle #Kindlemojo #Amazon

http://t.co/imvWITffYw CulturalCocktails @JGRWriter w/ ThomasBaker @8am EST! #asmsg #ian1 #bynr #pdf1 #JT4a #YA #4ftm pic.twitter.com/UbDS9aVllS — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) February 8, 2014 Blog Talk Radio Saturday Cocktails w/ Thomas Jerome Baker Early on Saturday morning, at 8am EST (10am … Continue reading

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#Public #Speaking Terrifies Me: 25 AWESOME PUBLIC SPEAKING QUOTES

25 AWESOME PUBLIC SPEAKING QUOTES Source: The Big Fish Public speaking is the number one fear in America. Death is number two. (Die, and it is over, once and for all; speak in public, and you die a thousand deaths). … Continue reading

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QUEST FOR FIRE: ICT IN English Language Teaching – by Juan Cuevas

If you are like most teachers, you are on a never-ending quest. What are we seeking? What’s the quest that is never finished, never concluded, perpetual? Continuous learning, being up to date, reinforcing and consolidating our beliefs and capacities to … Continue reading

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Time To Teach Teenagers: Tough Tunes to Talk

Tough tunes to teach, tough tunes to talk to teens about… That’s what I call Avril Lavigne’s song, “Don’t Tell Me”. A teen (15-year-old-girl) brought the song into my class, after being freely invited by me to “bring a song … Continue reading

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