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BBC Learning English Aug 10
"I’ll call her ____ week.” a) the next b) nearest c) next For more quizzes, visit our website:
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BBC Learning English 3h
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NikPeachey Aug 10
This is the interactive presentation from my webinar on - Speaking and Collaboration in the Remote Classroom
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EOI Teacher 18h
✔ To lose the plot (🇬🇧 informal) 》To lose your ability to understand a situation or to act normally. ▪︎I'm sorry, I'm losing the plot. Can you say that again? ▪︎I can't believe Joe quit his job. He must be losing the plot.
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hugh dellar Aug 10
We've always been very proud of INNOVATIONS ELEMENTARY, so it's always lovely to come across someone else who sees its value.
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International House Aug 6
If you're an teacher wanting to learn more about online teaching, the IH Certificate in Online Tutoring course, starting on Aug 22nd, will get you qualified in a supportive online community. 💻🔗 Find out more about the course in the video below! 👇
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NikPeachey 16h
Get students thinking and talking about the image, helps students to understand the concept and practise second conditional
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TEFL Workers' Union Aug 10
"Those of us who have worked in Japan for more than a few years will have noticed the steep decline in working conditions for English teachers." Interesting blog about working conditions in in Japan: Have a story to share? We want to here it!
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TESOL Intl Assn Aug 10
We've curated back-to-school resources to support you as you navigate this new educational landscape. Articles, blogs, webinars and more! Check it out at .
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TEFL Workers' Union 20h
It's too hot to do much, so why not listen to (friend of the union!) Benjamin Zephaniah speak to about , British colonial history, racist policing, and language?
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MM Publications 1h
This year's theme for 's International Youth Day is "Youth Engagement for Global Action." Youth engagement at the local, national and global level can be the source change and progress.
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Cambridge ELT Aug 10
How can we keep our learners communicating, while ensuring they're safe? Here are 5 activities from Jade Blue to keep our learners working together, while still observing . Read the article:
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BBC Learning English Aug 3
⏱️Do you have a minute to spare to learn some English?🇬🇧 Phil explains the difference between 'speak' and 'talk'. You'll find a summary and quizzes on our website:
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NikPeachey 21h
A collection of useful infographics to use with students
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TEFL UK 15h
What a fantastic review - thank you Benjamin! Take a look at all of our feedback here
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Women of Color in ELT 22h
The Struggle for Language Rights: Naming and Interrogating the Colonial Legacy of "English Only" (2006) by Lilia I. Bartolomé (Professor of Applied Linguistics, the University of Massachusetts)
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NikPeachey 24h
In this lesson, students will find out about body language and its impact on communications
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CoTESOL 16h
It's back-to-school time! Check out the teaching resources from TESOL International Association at !
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EOI Teacher Aug 8
✔ At (some time) sharp/on the dot 》At an exact time, often used to put emphasis on punctuality. ▪︎I want you all here at 8 AM sharp tomorrow. Make sure you are on time. ▪︎The meeting started at 9 o'clock on the dot.
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VenTESOL 8h
This framework allows you to focus on the students and let them bridge more formal aspects with more practical ones. They'll also become more independent and own their learning. Check our IG or FB to read more about it.
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