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Vocabulary is the Elixir of the English Language


Tamer Osman
Vocabulary is dynamically essential for any ESL/EFL learner.desiring to be fluent in English.As for ESL/EFL beginner level learners ,vocabulary is the vital threshold of a strong basis that they have...
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February 2015 blog topics


Paul Braddock
Hi everyone and welcome to the February blog topics. As ever, thank you to everyone who contributed posts for January - it was a busy month and there were some great blog entries. If you missed any,...
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ICT In the Classroom


NinaMK
ICT IN THE CLASSROOM. Nina MK, Ph.D. They say that history often works in circles. Some twenty years ago, there were huge discussions about the need to introduce computers and the Internet into...
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Larry Ferlazzo: Five strategies for ELL vocabulary instruction


Larry Ferlazzo
Reading, writing, listening and speaking in a new language demands a number of prerequisites -- a desire to do so; a certain level of self-confidence; a supportive atmosphere and, of course, knowing...
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Vicky Saumell - Approaching literature with an open mind


Vicky Saumell
I believe that using literature in a second language is a rich opportunity to see language in use. I have always tried to introduce authentic and graded literature in my classes with various degrees...
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Hello, Amin .
I have been teaching English since 2000 and I know that , when I started...
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Milm

Usually, when introducing a new subject, especially with 3rd and 4th graders, I introduce the...
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