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BBC Learning English 9m
Have you ever ordered something online? If so, did it live up to your expectations or was there something wrong with it? Here’s how to express the problem in English
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Rachel Tsateri Nov 26
Train the Trainer course, week one completed. Key takeaway: Both trainers and teachers need to have a good grasp of their learners’ needs and expectations.
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BBC Learning English Nov 21
✋ If you’re trying to learn some new idioms, this table could be handy!✋ We’ve got some hand-related idioms for you to learn.
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natasha young Nov 22
A great article about our situation.
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Milton Education Nov 24
Always aim for the top! However, be realistic and careful too. Keep your students' limitations in mind whilst you encourage and motivate them. Set high but achievable goals... and they'll thrive!
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TEFL Workers' Union Nov 21
**HUGE VICTORY** Staff at Language House London, with support, have won their tribunal for bogus self-employment. Total award close to £40K!!! Well done to the workers & their rep!
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National Geographic Learning ELT Middle East Nov 26
Even in challenging times, we hope to make teachers’ lives easier with our range of print & digital programmes, high levels of service, and free professional development resources. Take a look at what’s on offer >>
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Vicky Margari Nov 27
Idea planned- check, mood levels -high! Check! Can't wait for the 6th jam!
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Sulaiman Jenkins Nov 23
I maintain that Othering in manifests in various ways, one of which is the promotion of . Discourse describing LLs usage of L1 as a "threat"/"obstacle" to SLA is eerily reminiscent of the discourse used by colonialists to consign indigenous L1s to the margins.
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Matthew Noble Nov 23
Looking frwrd to taking part @ my alma mater. One classmate is now a prof there & giving her students a chance to discuss career directions w/ us olden grads. Doubles as a reunion of sorts. We agreed we wish we'd have had more events like this while we were students ✌️
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OllyELT 30m
web conference. Listening to talking about strategies for dealing with unknown lexis.
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The YUNiversity Nov 21
🙆🏻‍♀️ Just a friendly reminder that “everything” and “anything” both require SINGULAR verbs. For example, “Everything IS awesome” and “Anything IS fine with me.”
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Adrienn Szlapak Nov 27
Using in teaching at webconference. Do you have a favorite?
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Patrick Jackson Nov 23
Really nice ideas here from 12 Student-Pleasing Activities Using Graded Readers
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BBC Learning English Nov 22
😷How do you ask someone to keep their distance?😷 Social distancing is an important thing we can do to prevent the further spread of . Here’s how to remind people to do it.
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Craig Wilson Nov 20
Need to be checking this out at some point
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BBC Learning English Nov 23
🍬🍭Do you have a sweet tooth? 🍩 What's your favourite dessert? 🍮
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EOI Teacher Nov 24
✔ Beyond the pale 》If someone's actions or behaviour are not acceptable, you can say they are beyond the pale. ▪︎The language this boy used to talk to his grandmother was beyond the pale; he should show some respect!
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EOI Teacher Nov 23
✔ To go blank 》If your mind goes blank, or if you go blank, you are unable to remember something that you know . ▪︎I just went blank and I didn't know what to say. ▪︎When she asked me that question my mind went blank.
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Mx Helen S Nov 28
TODAY! 👇👇👇 Inclusive Practices 's collaboration with 5 partner SIGS for Nov 28th's one-day online event "INCLUSION IN " exploring issues of Inclusion in ELT: Global Perspectives. Join:
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