Tag Archives: Wordle

Punctuation Puzzle Practice: PPP #ELTchat #CCK11

Here is a punctuation puzzle for your students (and mine). 1. Have your students listen to Louis Armstrong sing, “What A Wonderful World”. 2. Pass out the lyrics to the song, with punctuation missing. 3. Before listening: Students place punctuation … Continue reading

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Using Language Learning Technology: A Personal Assessment

What is the current state of Language Learning Technology (LLT) in my practice as a teacher of English? To be honest, I’m not as advanced as I could be, but I’m not in a state of panic either. You see, … Continue reading

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Words, Words, Words

Where did I get the idea? From somewhere came the thought. So, I decided to make a visual representation of the words I use most often in my blog posts. To be specific, my last six blog posts. Easy task … Continue reading

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M is for Method – What Is My Method?

Method is Dead. Long live Method! Methodology is Dead. Long live Methodology! OK, what gives. Hasn’t method and methodology long disappeared in ELT? Not according to Scott Thornbury, as he explains in this insightful video, “M is for Method”. Method … Continue reading

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