Month: January 2011

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What would you like to talk about on Wednesday February 2? #ELTchat Poll

Top choice will be discussed at 12:00 GMT & 2nd choice at 21:00 GMT Find your own local time for each chat here for 12:00 London time and here for 21:00 London time.  

Ways to develop learner autonomy – tips for learning outside class time. #ELTchat Summary 26/01/2011

Summary for this chat contributed by Vladimira Michalkova and first posted on her blog, Vladimira’s Blog. Vladimira is @vladkaslniecko on Twitter! Many thanks!!!!   26/01/2011 – Another great #ELTchat – Ways to develop learner autonomy – tips for learning outside class time.     “I never teach my students. I simply provide the situations in…
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What would you like to talk about on Wednesday 02/02/2010?

Please post your topics, questions and comments below. Include topics which have not been covered already in previous #ELTchats are relevant to ELT teachers and teaching foreign languages are not targeted attacks on individuals or institutions are simply and clearly expressed. The moderators of this website and #ELTchat reserve the right not to post comments…
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The role and function of humour in the EFL class: from “Ha, ha!” to “Aha!” #ELTchat Summary 26/01/2011

The first #ELTchat had humour in the ELT class as its main topic and I am really happy that David Dodgson offered to write this great summary which was first posted on David’s blog, Reflections of a Teacher and a Learner. David is @DaveDodgson on Twitter. 26-01-11 ELTchat review – The role and function of…
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Ways to develop learner autonomy – tips for learning outside class time. #ELTchat transcript 26/01/11

This is the transcript of the second #ELTchat on 26/01/2011 at 21:00 p.m. GTM 8:57 pm Marisa_C: @davedodgson 26-01-11 ELTchat review – The role and function of humour in the EFL class: f…http://bit.ly/f5H8ZS #elt #eltchat> Super!!!! 8:58 pm Marisa_C: Are you ready for #ELTchat???????? 8:58 pm Fuertesun: @Marisa_C READY #ELTchat 8:59 pm SueannaN: Me too.…
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The role and function of humour in the EFL class: from “Ha, ha!” to “Aha!” #ELTchat Summary 26/01/2012

26.01.2011 The first #ELTchat had humour in the ELT class as its main topic and I am really happy that David Dodgson offered to write this great summary which was first posted on David’s blog, Reflections of a Teacher and a Learner. David is@DaveDodgson on Twitter.       The role and function of humour in the…
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The role and function of humour in the EFL class: from “Ha, ha!” to “Aha!” #ELTchat Transcript, 26/01/2011

Transcript for 1st #ELTchat on 26/01/2011 at 12:00 PM GMT 12:00 pm ShellTerrell: For the next hr my tweets dedicated to #ELTChat plz join us! Your moderators are @Marisa_C@chucksandy & me if you need any help! 12:01 pm JoshSRound: RT @efl101: @bcnpaul1 yes good site, also like http://www.theonion.com/ also for higher levels >> me too #ELTchat…
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What would you like to talk about on Wednesday January 26? #ELTchat Poll

Top choice will be discussed at 21:00 GMT & 2nd choice at 12:00 GMT Find your own local time for each chat here for 12:00 London time and here for 21:00 London time.

What would you like to talk about on Wednesday January 26?

Please post your topics, questions and comments below. Include topics which have not been covered already in previous #ELTchats are relevant to ELT teachers and teaching foreign languages are not targeted attacks on individuals or institutions are simply and clearly expressed. The moderators of this website and #ELTchat reserve the right not to post comments…
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Motivating Teens to Use English (and not L1) in Class – #ELTchat Transcript 19/01/2011

Transcript for 2nd #ELTchat on 19/01/2011 at 21:00 GMT 8:57 pm mmgrinberg: RT @sandymillin: Getting ready for #eltchat in 5 minutes: how can we encourage teens to use L2 in the classroom? 8:59 pm ShellTerrell: For the next hr my tweets dedicated to #ELTChat Plz join us to discuss motivating teens to use English vs…
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