Basically, this blog post contains thoughts on recording a video of our own lessons and making use of it. And call for sharing your experience.
This is the first year ever I have to teach homereading. Sometimes I feel disoriented - there's so much to say, so I can't choose, and sometimes my mind goes blank.
This time is a bit off-topic. It's that time of the year in Russia when lots of people are getting sick. I'm not unique in any case. I was just wondering - how do you stay well?
This post is rather thought-provoking rather than informative.There's quite a lot of advice on how to reduce your TTT, both theory and examples taken from real life.
The issue of peer-observation has been widely discussed on this website.
This blog post is about Teacher Talking Time and about questions one can ask to reflect on this aspect of teaching.
Have you prepared your young learners for Movers exam? What resources and tools did you use apart from official Movers exam preparation books?
When you say "You have 3 minutes to complete the task", how do you make sure you give 3 minutes, not 5?
You've probably heard of Starters, Movers and Flyers exams for young learners. What's your attitude? Do you feel young learners are too young to be tested? Is it way much stress for them?
Don't you measure "before" and "after" every year? What other ways rather than testing do you use?