I’ve got a smashing roundup of what’s going on in the World of TEFL blogs this month. Enjoy…
- What do you do with emergent language? – Kalinago English
- Pear-shaped project work and how to avoid it – Mike J. Harrison
- How different should intensive and extensive classes be? – TEFL Tastic
- 10 contemporary motivation theories and how they explain why your students just aren’t ‘into it’ – Year in the life of an English teacher
- The Importance of Learning Strategies – Turklish TEFL
- C is for Coursebook writing- Scott Thornbury’s A-Z of ELT
- Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Party – The English corner
- “Can translation (and translation tools) facilitate language learning and how can it be used to best effect” – a summary of eltchat 12/01/11 – Shaun Wilden’s blog
- PIN: Plenary-Induced Narcolepsy – English Raven
- Can TEFL make you more employable? – The TEFL Times
If you’ve written something good recently, let me know and I’ll include it in my next roundup.
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via @ELTworld TEFL blog roundup: January – I’ve got a smashing roundup of what’s going on in the World of TEFL blogs… http://ow.ly/1b2NOJ
I particularly liked Dr. Seuss’ birthday party from the English corner.
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