Posts Tagged ‘correction’

How can we make in-class feedback interesting varied and useful? #ELTChat Summary 17/12/2014

Tuesday, February 24, 2015 8:43 No Comments

by Marjorie Rosenberg   Several of us gathered together for the last eltchat of 2014 to discuss the topic of making in-class feedback both varied and useful.   The topic was kicked off by defining the topic a bit more exactly and asking some pertinent questions:   Marisa_C: It’s all about feedback after tasks – […]

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The Grammar Teachers Ought to Know and Often Don’t #ELTchat Summary 25/07/2012

Wednesday, January 23, 2013 15:18 No Comments

This summary was written by Elizabeth Anne – @eannegrenoble on Twitter and is copied here from her blog with her kind permission   Summary Although our dear moderators did try to nudge us towards the specific grammar points implied in the title of this week’s ELTchat – no one would go there and this evening’s […]

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If you could recommend one particular webtool for the classroom, what would it be, and why? #ELTchat Summary 29/02/2012

Sunday, May 6, 2012 13:16 2 Comments

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 […]

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Monitoring, Feedback and Debriefing: When and how to do it in class #ELTchat Summary 15/02/2012

Saturday, February 25, 2012 0:03 1 Comment

The #ELT chat topic on Wednesday, 15th February was on Monitoring, Feedback and Debriefing: when and how to do it. These issues in teaching are of equal importance just as practising any other skill in class. As this could be a sensitive issue, the teacher has to be really careful how she approaches the students […]

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How do you deal with fossilized errors and help students improve their accuracy? #ELTchat Transcript 23/02/2011

Wednesday, February 23, 2011 23:41 2 Comments

This is the transcript of the first #ELTchat on dealing with fossilized errors on 23/02/2011 11:59 am englishraven: Welcome to #ELTChat everyone! I’m co-moderating with @barbsaka tonight, hope you’ll join us to chat about ‘fossilized errors’ 11:59 am barbsaka: RT @juanalejandro82: I only say to my followers: I’m sorry, it’s Wednesday and it’s time for […]

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How do you approach teaching one-to-one lessons? Share strategies, tips, techniques #ELTchat Summary 16/02/2011

Friday, February 18, 2011 19:06 3 Comments

Here is the summary for the second #ELTchat on 16.02.11 written by Ceri Jones (@cerirhiannon on Twitter) on her blog and reproduced here with her permission – Many thanks Ceri!   #eltchat summary – teaching one-to-one   This week’s eltchat session at 9pm was about strategies, tips and techniques for approaching one-to-one classes.  As always it was a […]

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How do you teach writing? And how do you mark it? #ELTchat Summary 09/02/2011

Friday, February 11, 2011 13:08 5 Comments

The second #ELTchat on 2/2/2011 was “How do you teach writing and how do you mark it?”. Here is a summary written for us by Leahn Stanhope – @Fuertesun on Twitter – copied from her blog, Early EFL, and reproduced here with her permission.   How do you teach writing? And how do you mark it? by […]

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