This is the summary of the #eltchat on October 16th, 2013 and was written by Rachel Appleby – @rapple18 Full title Freer practice: Ways of really getting sts to use TL (vocab, grammar, phrases) in tasks / exercises, and/as a means of showing visible progress (Sp, Wr) Getting students to talk – really communicate with each […]
If you could recommend one particular webtool for the classroom, what would it be, and why? #ELTchat Summary 29/02/2012
This is the summary of the second #eltchat on Wednesday 29th February. To find out exactly what #eltchat is, click here. (Since this post is full of links which may change/move at a later date, please let me know if any of them are broken. Thanks!) “IF YOU COULD RECOMMEND ONE PARTICULAR WEBTOOL FOR THE CLASSROOM, WHAT WOULD […]
This is a summary of the #eltchat which took place at 12noon GMT on Wednesday 1st February, 2012. Thanks to Andrea Wade, alias @worldteacher for posting it on her blog World Teacher and giving us permission to repost here. Summary – Remembering & Reusing Functional Language I was joining the chat for the first time since […]
This is the summary of the #ELTchat on August 10, 2011 21:00 P.M. British Summertime and it was kindly contributed by Elizabeth Anne –@eannegrenoble on Twitter. Thank you very much, ELizabeth for this great summary! The importance of active listening and how to do this in an EFL classroom Summary of #ELTchat by […]
What do you want to talk about in the next #ELTchat session? The top choice will be discussed at 3pm London time and the second choice at 9pm London time.