ELTchat Review – Using Coursebooks and Critical Thinking
This week was a cracking #ELTchat, and rather than just review it, we asked some of the contributors to expand on the views they posted during the sessions. Joe McVeigh gave us a fascinating insight to the thinking of the materials designer and Tara Benwell from @ESLlibrary joined Shelly to expand on her thoughts regarding coursebooks. Henrick Oprea gave critical thinking some critical thought and very neatly summarised the evening discussion. You can check out the thoughts of all our contributors by clicking on their photos which will take you to their Twitter pages.
As always, we are very grateful for people who are willing to share their thoughts with us. We are always on the lookout for people with something to say, so if that description fits you then please drop us a line.
If you would like to contribute to the podcast as a discussion reviewer, or would like to raise a topic that is of interest to ELT professionals, then get in touch with us and we will happily arrange a time to talk to you. Controversy is fine – just as long as it gets people talking! We look forward to connecting with you soon.
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