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#ELTchat is 7 years old!

Happy Birthday to all #ELTchatters new and old friends and followers of our weekly chat on twitter.   Here are some comments and wished from facebook posts and updates. I just made a blog post of these to keep them as a great souvenir and to show to new teachers who are reluctant to join, […]

#ELTchat is back – here is the playlist for September 2017

#ELTchat is back!! After a longish summer break, which, as most #ELTchatters know was not really a summer break but a chance to work even harder, as many of us do, here we are again!   Last Wednesday we had an informal get together on Twitter and some really great topics were suggested.   Since […]

DJ Matthew’s #ELTchat Topics for June/July 2017

For the next four weeks DJ Matthew Noble will be on the 1s and 2s “spinning” the hottest teaching topics for #ELTchat Wednesdays – topics that’ll make you wanna dance (intellectually) and groove (reflectively) with your fellow teachers in the #ELTchat disco. Of course, this DJ *does* consider requests, so please keep on keepin’ on suggesting topics on the #ELTchat […]

Topics for June 2017, from DJ Sue #ELTCHAT

Hello fellow #ELTChatters Welcome to my final offering as DJ for the moment . I hope to see lots of you around on twitter on Wednesday evening at 7PM BST Just remember the #ELTchat hashtag!     The topic under discussion will be: Times are changing. Are we, teachers, changing accordingly? How?

#ELTChat topics for May/June 2017

Hello fellow #ELTchatters   Take a look at a previous post to find out how we choose our topics for #ELTchat. Please, keep suggesting topics on the #ELTchat topics submission form    DJ Sue’s topic for #ELTchat on Wednesday 31st May 2017 :       Should we champion the teaching of literature and poetry in our classrooms?   DJ […]

This week’s topic for #ELTChat in May/ June 2017

Hello #ELTchatters     If you haven’t read the announcement about how we choose topics for #ELTchat, have a look at a previous post.  Here, you will find the topics we will cover in the chats for the next few weeks. Please, keep suggesting topics on the #ELTchat topics submission form    DJ Sue’s topic for #ELTchat on […]

Topics for #ELTchat in April/May 2017

Hello #ELTchatters! If you haven’t read the announcement of some changes to how we choose topics for #ELTchat, have a look at a previous post.    Here, I will be posting the topics we will cover in following chats. Please, keep suggesting topics on the #ELTchat topics submission form  May 10 #ELTchat topic: Integrating New Students Into […]

Encouraging Self-Directed Learning #ELTchat Summary 22/03/2017

This summary was contributed by Rachel Appleby and was taken from her blog here            Participants:     @fwalkerbcn@fionaljp @rapple18 @EdTechTV@GlenysHanson @Nafooh1988@TESOLacademic@faleh_muhammad @Marisa_C  [@SueAnnan in the background; missed, thanks to technology …  @angelos_bollas ] [Image from www.thegazelle.org/issue/63/opinion/ling-2]      This week’s topic was an area proposed by @ElleninEdmonton and @Nafooh1988       Preamble …   […]

#ELTchat Summary The Best 2.0 Tools for Speaking Skills on 15 March 2017

Fiona Price, or @fionaljp on Twitter summarised and displayed the apps and tools mentioned in this talk very creatively!!!   Our mission was to explore the best tools for developing speaking skills and here are examples of what was mentioned along with some of the key tweets! Thank you FIona! Introduction with Tellagami  A very […]