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BBC Learning English Jun 29
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BBC Learning English Jun 29
Did you see this post 'out of the blue'? The colour has inspired many idioms. Here are three of them. Find more useful and phrases here:
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TESOL Intl Assn Jul 1
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Vijay Ramjattan Jul 1
One way that I see anti-Blackness in is through my past research on the everyday racism faced by racialized teachers. During recruitment, I never found any Black teachers to interview. For me, this showed that certain racialized workers are "allowed to" experience racism.
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TEFL Workers' Union 12h
The is planning a short social media series on . We want to share short accounts from those who've experienced prejudice/discrimination in because their first language isn't English. tefl@iww.org.uk or DM us on Twitter or Facebook
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BBC Learning English Jun 30
🐨Don’t we share this world with some wonderful creatures? Take a moment to learn some fun facts about .🦉🐧
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NikPeachey 17h
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Julie Moore 15h
How many rabbits = 2 metres? Who would you have in your fantasy social bubble? Ideas for tackling new coronacompounds with Ss in today's coronavocab mini-blog:
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EOI Teacher Jul 1
✔ To sneak away/out/off /sniːk/ 》To leave a place furtively, without being seen or heard. ▪︎The lecture was boring, but Joe and I were near the door, so we managed to sneak away and go out for a coffee. [🇪🇦 Escabullirse]
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NikPeachey Jul 1
Training Teachers for Remote Teaching My infographic prersentation
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Elizabeth Walter 13h
A collection of phrasal verbs in my latest Cambridge Dictionary blog :
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Pearson Middle East 14h
Our new for & , brings you valuable articles from industry experts. author, , offers top tips about in times of ! Learn more-
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Learn YOUR English 7h
We are happy to announce our partnership with ! Great to see your commitment to continuous Professional Development for your teachers, and we're excited to get started!
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TESOL Intl Assn 4h
We’re excited to announce a 4th keynote speaker for —Michel DeGraff! Learn about an initiative that contributes to equal opportunity and sustainable development by putting all languages on a level playing field. Register by 12 July!
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Romain A. Meyer Jul 1
Alessandro Marconi now discusses my favourite instrument: HIRES! Look at the difference for z>6 quasars - incredible resolution in 1/5 of XShooter time. With 4000hours of legacy data, you can measure directly the Universe expansion (Sandage test). 🤯
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BBC Learning English Jun 29
Red is a bright colour which has inspired many idioms in English! We give you three of them. Find more useful and phrases here:
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NikPeachey 15h
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Kieran Donaghy 15h
Excellent article by Silvana Richardson in which she gives helpful advice for teachers to capitalise on their learning and adapt to a ‘new normal’, together.
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Neil McCutcheon 🎪🎪 Jun 30
Staycation is our 10th task on Fluency First ELT. Watch Anna’s tips for Neil’s family holiday, and encourage your students to think about a local holiday, supporting their presentations with Google Maps. Motivating ideas for online classes.
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BBC Learning English Jun 30
The has now claimed the lives of more than half a million people worldwide. The US is by far the worst affected country. Learn in the news around this story:
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