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Miriam Munneke 8m
Building background knowledge with Gr 6 students before beginning 'A Long Walk to Water' by Ss were really interested in finding clues from the cover, finding out about the setting and learning about the author.
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Dr. José Medina Nov 13
Today is a great day to disrupt the status quo! ¡Ándale! You know it’s the right thing to do! Let’s advocate for our ! ¡Juntos, todo se puede!
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Robert Sharples Nov 16
Great news for people: All slides and summaries from will be online at - join today if you’re not a member already. Fab conference and can’t wait to see you all at our regional and special interest groups through the year!
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Learn English Nov 16
Apologising is a part of daily conversation and there are many different ways to do it. Find out more in this lesson.
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Cate Hamilton MA (Oxon) Nov 16
No guidance for teachers on how to leverage students’ 1st .
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Essex Alliance FL 2h
ROUND-UP of all the league and cup football action from of the season is now online on our website. Well done to all of the weekend's winning clubs!
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Essex Alliance FL Nov 14
As reported earlier, we are very saddened by the news of the passing of photographer Jules Lister, better known as . A terrific gentleman who had helped to raise the profile of the and wider sporting community. He will be sadly missed...
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Carol Rockey Nov 16
Very useful last session by Mark Sims EAL lead for Ofsted
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Miss Farrell Nov 16
I need some advice - is it normal for a child who's parents are , but they are not, to have their parents accent but seems to have a real lack of understanding, both written and oral, and have been in English schools their whole life?
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Learn English 22h
What's the difference between 'its' and 'it's'? Watch this episode of English on the Go to find out!
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Katherine Williams Nov 9
So important to understand this and keep in mind with students who are learning English. What linguistic resources are they bringing with them? Such richness we can tap into and celebrate to support as teachers.
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Hamish Chalmers 22h
Teachers of , help my colleagues and find out what research should be prioritised. What questions do you want addresses? V Short survey here
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Learn English Nov 14
Pop Quiz! 'I always ______ my keys when I'm in a hurry and late for an appointment!' What do you think is the the missing word, and why? 🤔
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Ludovica Serratrice Nov 16
Very thought-provoking presentation by Alex Hodgkin and on an oral language intervention study with parents. Looking forward to the project’s development!
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Cate Hamilton MA (Oxon) 23h
Replying to @lomo_linguist
Also doesn’t mention and how we already have MILLIONS of linguists in the U.K., who are not valued for their existing language skills. Big mindset change needed.
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Robert Sharples Nov 16
Classy photo, classy people! Great to meet you all at
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Smartlyte 3h
91% of children from with said our financial literacy programme helped them learn about money. That's why today we are delivering our Dad's Talk Money workshop . Pop in and join the conversation.
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Beth Skelton 1h
Just presented the keynote for the Multikulturelle Skoler Conference in Nyborg, Denmark. Got to lead with the multilingual graffiti on the bathroom wall at Copenhagen Airport! Thanks for invite and connection
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Naomi Flynn Nov 15
Calling people who are passionate about . ESRC-funded PhD to study with me and in schools. Make a difference for teachers and their pupils.
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VicTESOL 30m
We would love for you to come and join us on the 4th December for our AGM and to celebrate the achievements of 2019!
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