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What is your favorite tool in English teaching or English learning? #ELTchat Summary 16/11/16

Saturday, November 26, 2016 22:40 No Comments

#ELTchat is a (more or less) hour-long conversation which takes place on Twitter every Wednesday at 20:00 GMT/UTC.   On Saturdays one of the moderators puts up a blog post where followers can propose topics for the following Wednesday. Once the moderators have reviewed the topics they create an online poll and #ELTchat followers are […]

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Conversational skills in English may differ from a student’s L1 #ELTchat Summary 26/10/2016

Tuesday, November 1, 2016 10:28 No Comments

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How to make teachers more comfortable with teaching pronunciation #ELTchat Summary 12/10/2016

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 16:37 No Comments

How to make teachers more comfortable with teaching pronunciation #ELTchat Summary 12/10/2016   by Sue Annan @SueAnnan This was the latest #ELTChat summary on a topic which raised lots of interest.   Our moderator, Sue Annan, created a slideshow of the tweets in lieu of a prose summary – this post first appeared on Sue’s […]

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How do we help students record new vocabulary? #ELTchat summary 05/10/2016

Sunday, October 16, 2016 10:41 No Comments

#ELTchat summary (5 Oct 2016) – How do we help students record new vocabulary? By Maria Conca- @MConca16  Watch movie online The Lego Batman Movie (2017)  Watch movie online The Lego Batman Movie (2017)  Watch movie online The Lego Batman Movie (2017) This week’s #ELTchat discussed various ways to help our learners record new vocabulary in […]

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Is deviation from the coursebook a sin? How do we convince our managers that it isn’t? #ELTchat Summary 21/0/2016

Tuesday, October 11, 2016 18:37 No Comments

    I’m happy and excited to post my first #ELTchat summary. This is the first time I participated in the chat though I’ve been a lurker for a while. The topic was quite relevant to my context and it was interesting to know how other teachers feel about it.     Teaching materials in […]

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How do we ensure students have a sense of progress? #ELTchat Summary 6/22/16

Tuesday, August 16, 2016 17:48 2 Comments

Our latest summary has very creatively been recorded as a You Tube talk-through with Davinna Artibey showing the tweets on screen but also adding a lot of additional comments via voice.   I very much enjoyed this summary   Author Davinna Artibey –  @DavinnaArtibey EFL teacher, nomad, minimalist, dancer and health enthusiast.  

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App Swap Jam at the VIrtual Round Table 2016

Friday, May 6, 2016 22:08 No Comments

        On #ELTchat we love summaries and lists that we can share – here is one!   This list of great apps for teachers and students was compiled by people who attended the App Swap Jam session at the Virtual Round Table 2016 Conference.       And did they brainstorm!!!!!   […]

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Impressions from IATEFL Birmingham – #ELTchat 20/04/2016

Thursday, April 21, 2016 9:23 No Comments

  This was our first ##ELTchat after we changed to the new time – 19.00 p.m. BST – and one that had the IATEFL conference as a theme. As we did not have an offer to write a summary we suggested a storify and here it is. @racheldaw18 made this one for us.     […]

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‘Can we teach Business English when we are not business specialists’ – summary of #ELTchat 2016:02:17

Friday, March 4, 2016 19:22 No Comments

written by Glenys Hanson and shared from her blog   This is my first attempt to summarize  an ELTchat and I’m feeling rather nervous about not doing it right.   I’ve looked at previous summaries and noticed that there’s no “model” – people go about it in different ways. This is reassuring. I volunteered to […]

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How can we develop metacognitive awareness of reading strategies in our learners? #ELTchat summary 02/03/2016

Wednesday, March 2, 2016 21:39 No Comments

    Original drawing from http://www.adventuresinliteracyland.com/2014/01/concrete-metacognition.html Metacognitive Reading Strategies – the summary  Summary written by Rachel Appleby alias  @rapple18 on twitter   We had a cosy group of eight or nine participants for this chat – on Metacognitive Reading Strategies. What do you think we discussed? What do you already know about reading strategies, or […]

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