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Steven Kandro Sep 16
Recently loving one note web clipper. Not only can I save education related articles for my own reference, I can clip reading material useful for my students, and add audio to the text. This way, my students can experience the powerful listening-reading combination.
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Englishness Sep 18
Giving a test at the end of a progress is referred to as ....... assessment.
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Helene Combe Sep 20
I don’t understand HOW after learning English (or attending English classes) for at least 6 years, one doesn’t know weekdays. What the hell happened?! WEEKDAYS !!
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Tan Huynh 10h
RT: Academic discussions do not naturally emerge. We must create structures for meaningful interactions. AMEN, Michelle! Thanks for the resource and reminder!
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Tan Huynh Sep 14
Love this pir chart of the types of talk ocurring in schools. Nice work, Sherry.
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Tan Huynh 10h
We cannot address the “unequal experiences” minority students experience in school without addressing our own implicit biases. Change starts with us - within us! Where does change begin? Already within first!
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Corinne McAlary Sep 17
I'm gainfully employed! Managed to bag myself a teaching position at a local high school! No more late night classes! Proofessional respect! YAYYYY!
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Lisa Crane Sep 19
I just bought my ticket for the 41st Annual OABE Conference, and I can't wait to hear from Dr. Stephen Krashen!
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Tan Huynh Sep 17
SAVE THIS RESOURCE! Emergency lesson plans for teachers of ELs. What a great idea!
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LinguistwithAttitude Sep 17
Using humour to teach the importance of punctuation.
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Tan Huynh Sep 19
To teach ELs to be independent writers, teach them how to deconstruct a writing prompt:
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Kim Thesing Sep 20
In today's adventures, these students took turns being the "professor de inglês" to practice naming numbers. 👨🏾‍🏫 Then they got to do something real crazy: write on the table! So much fun to be had this Friday morning!
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PalFishSav Sep 14
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Michael Burri Sep 19
My journey began as an eikaiwa teacher 20 years ago, and so I really enjoyed reading this paper in TESL-EJ: "From ‘McEnglish’ to the ‘Holy Grail’: Transitions between Eikaiwa and University Teaching" (Hooper, 2019) -
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Helene Combe Sep 16
First class in a new school and I am stressed as hell ... is it because they are all freshmen and I am used to seniors and MA students? Are they too “young” for me?
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Tan Huynh Sep 18
Do you add sentence stems and starters when using the Frayer model? does! What a great idea, Beth!
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Tan Huynh 22h
These are my two words that guide my collaboration with teachers on behalf of .
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ProjectTESOL 🌍♻️👩‍🏫 7h
Learning about these initiatives helps students develop insights into issues around the world.🌎
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Alfredo Bilopolsky 2h
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Agi Bodis 21h
My talk on integrating intercultural competence in ESL curricula at the English Australia conference this week
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