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Katharina vE Oct 19
I’m super excited to be joining the applied linguistics/TEFL team at Uni Paderborn as ak. Rätin/assistant prof. (tenured!) from Nov 1, 2020 on..wohoo! Can’t wait to be back in academia 🥳
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EOI Teacher Oct 16
✔ To hit it off (with someone) 》If two people hit it off, they like each other a lot and they become friendly immediately. ▪︎Joe and Ann hit it off straight away. ▪︎I knew they would hit it off, they have a lot in common.
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EOI Teacher Oct 19
✔ To make a (big) splash (informal) 》To suddenly become very successful and attract a great deal of attention. ▪This movie is making a big splash in cinemas worldwide. ▪Mark Hamill made quite a splash in the Star Wars film series.
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FingerTipsResources Oct 19
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EOI Teacher Oct 13
✔ Hectic /ˈhɛktɪk/ (Adjective) 》Very busy, and involving a lot of activity. ▪︎I've had a hectic day at work, and I'm exhausted. ▪︎I used to have a pretty hectic lifestyle when I lived in the city. [🇪🇦 Frenético / ajetreado]
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TEFL Workers' Union Oct 19
With the redundancy crisis reaching epidemic proportions, ask yourself: where's ? The most they can produce is a petition to lower taxes for schools. These orgs don't represent us. But the IWW does.
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OllyELT Oct 19
New on my blog: Halloween lesson Presentation slides✅ Speaking activity with success criteria and peer assessment✅ Video, reading and questions about the history of Halloween✅ Song with differentiated worksheets✅
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EOI Teacher Oct 16
✔ To bank on something 》To expect something to happen. 》To rely on something happening. ▪︎Joe hasn't arrived yet, but you can bank on him coming. ▪︎You know you can bank on my support, I will never disappoint you.
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EOI Teacher Oct 16
✔ To take a leaf/page out of someone's book 》To imitate someone and copy what they do, in order to become successful. ▪︎Your father is a very hard-working man; you should take a leaf out of his book and start looking for a job!
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EOI Teacher Oct 19
✔ Worried sick 》If you are worried sick, you are extremely worried or anxious about a person or situation. ▪Why didn't you tell me you'd be back home so late? I was worried sick! ▪I was worried sick for Joe's health.
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EOI Teacher Oct 19
✔ To put on the map 》To cause a place, a company, a person, etc. to become famous. ▪The Viking treasure that was found here put our village on the map. ▪My father put this restaurant on the map when it was awarded a Michelin Star.
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EOI Teacher 8h
✔ To open your heart (Also: pour out your heart) 》To talk to someone in a very honest way, and tell them about your feelings. ▪︎He finally opened his heart to me and told me how he really felt, and why he had decided to leave Ann.
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EOI Teacher Oct 18
✔ Curfew /ˈkɜːfjuː/ 》A law stating that people must remain indoors between specified hours at night, usually during a war or a period of trouble. ▪︎You'll be in trouble if you break the curfew and you are not at home at night.
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EOI Teacher 9h
✔ To hit the big time 》To become successful and very famous. ▪︎The rock band hit the big time with their second album. ▪︎She made her dream come true and she hit the big time as a fashion designer.
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The TEFL Academy Oct 19
💡"Many online teaching platforms provide teachers with official curriculums to follow in the lesson. The curriculum is handy for new teachers and simplifies getting started up teaching since you need not scout out, and prepare your own material." ~ alumnus Brendon 🙏
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lcpress Oct 19
How have the past few years changed for you? Take a look at Jack Garnett's perspective from moving from studying and traveling to teaching abroad:
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EOI Teacher Oct 17
✔ To be off the mark ✔ To be wide of the mark 》If something that someone says or writes is off the mark or wide of the mark, it is not correct. ▪︎Our estimates were way off the mark. ▪︎Joe's report was completely wide of the mark.
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Interac Recruiter 23m
We are hiring for positions starting spring 2021 in Tokyo and Yokohama. Apply now and secure your place in the best locations with the best team!
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MissSTaylor Oct 18
Shanghai really is every bit as amazing as it looks.
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NikPeachey 17h
Visualisation to Enhance Creativity in the ELT Classroom
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