The end of Blogathon. I posted two posts over the weekend, but many people seem to have done the same, so I am not sure whether they will be read.
Although our new posts haven't been published for two days (it seems reasonable because the E-merging Forum is on, and there is a lot of new information to digest:)), the communication on Blogatho
I watched Olga Dolganova's interview with great interest, because I like working with concordancers.
I use them for a different purpose, though.
When I started to teach at university in 1994, one of my colleagues said: "We shouldn't teach students well, because when they graduate, they become our competitors". It shocked me.
I use this activity as a revision of the Passive Voice. It is not only fun - ss learn to do something else beside grammar.
It seems I was a bit in a hurry to say goodbye - I have realized the Blogathon lasts until Monday.
I am writing this post to say THANK YOU to everybody whom I met here, with whom I exchanged ideas, shared thoughts and learned new methods of teaching.
Today I ve got another proof that students like challenge. As I teach English literature, too, I have decided to upgrade the course a bit and introduce contemporary authors.
When I started my university course of English Philology, out tutor believed in using Stanilavsky's method in language learning.
I agree with some previous posts that TTT should be reduced to a minimum. BUT...