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One activity I turn to very often, with different people and at different teaching stages, and that never fails to deliver, is called...

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In last wednesday's ELTChat 'How do you teach writing? And How do you mark it', I vaguely accepted / was cajoled into...

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I recently tried really really hard to 'attend' (is that the right word?) every day of the recent excellent mlearning course...

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As this will be my last blog during my stint as Guest Writer, and as the last couple of discussions have got quite theoretical, I...

  • It comes from Teaching Unplugged by Luke Meddings and Scott Thornbury. It's quite simple and when I first came across the activity I was feeling something close to regret I hadn't thought of it myself. It's a very sincere and authentic task,as it...
  • The idea was to do this in a similar way to Jason Renshaw's recent 'Wondrous WhiteBoard Challenge', asking people to blog abou the different ways they teach writing, and, perhaps more specifically, how they correct, or comment on their students'...
  • I recently tried really really hard to 'attend' (is that the right word?) every day of the recent excellent mlearning course given by Nicky Hockly. Unfortunately, my work meant that I had to dip in and out of the course without contributing a huge...
  • This is a basic tenet of the Dogme ELT approach - the idea that lesson content should emerge out of the talk generated by "the people in the room", that learning input should be based on learner output, and that small effects can often produce large...