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Teachers Day

This is for all of you: teachers, educators, tutors, lecturers, professors, instructors, coaches, governesses, trainers and principals! For all of you that teach and educate!! Happy Sunday and:     Advertisements

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Tea time and English!

Using ads and websites information as a reading activity can encourage students to read as native people do: perhaps the content is difficult, but it shows the language in its natural context. Sometimes, adapted texts avoid certain structures and vocabulary … Continue reading

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    What do you think about the formative assessment?     Let’s assess!  

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Deciding when to teach vocabulary with text

Before or after listening and reading activities? This is one of the key-questions: I use vocabulary flashcards all the time but when it should be related to a text this is a debate that depends on the teacher.   Before: … Continue reading

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teacher-centred vs learner-centred lesson

How do you engage your students speaking in English? How would you describe a lesson in which your students are to practise ordering things in a café, using a recorded dialogue as a model? If our aim is to make our … Continue reading

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I have just found these links and perhaps it might be useful, too if we have mixed nationalities in a group. http://www.learning-italian-online.org/grammar http://ercoleguidi.altervista.org/anthology/fitzgerald.htm http://www.impariamoitaliano.com/sit01.htm Anyway, the activities and links can be useful for new ideas and approaches to teach English. … Continue reading

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teacher vs students

  5 ways to make your classroom more student-centered I have just come across this article!   Enjoy it!  

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