Month: February 2011

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What would you like to talk about on Wednesday March 2?

Please post your topics for our next #ELTchat on Wednesday, March 2. Top choice will be discussed at 12:00 GMT & 2nd choice at  21:00GMT Each week we alternate top and second choice. Find your own local time for each chat here for 12:00 London time and here for 21:00 London time. Please, include topics which have not been covered…
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How do you deal with fossilized errors and help students improve their accuracy? #ELTchat Summary 23/02/2011

Many thanks for tidying up and organising the comments made in the tweets as it was an especially difficult day for Twitter, for Tweetdeck as well as for our transcript aggregator!   #ELTchat 23rd February 12pm by Michelle Worgan This afternoon’s #ELTchat was on a topic that I thought would be a difficult one to discuss.…
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How do you deal with fossilized errors and help students improve their accuracy? #ELTchat Transcript 23/02/2011

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 deal with mixed ability classes? #ELTchat Transcript 23/02/2011

This is the transcript of the second #ELTchat on 23/02/2011 8:57 pm Marisa_C: Please get ready for our next #ELTchat in abt 5 mins Talking about Teaching Mixed Ability Classes – Are you ready to go? #eltchat 8:57 pm tarabenwell: RT @Marisa_C: Please get ready for our next #ELTchat in abt 5 mins Talking about…
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What would you like to talk about on Wednesday 23/02/2011

Please post your topics for our next #ELTchat on Wednesday, February 23. Top choice will be discussed at 21:00 GMT & 2nd choice at 12:00 GMT Each week we alternate top and second choice. Find your own local time for each chat here for 12:00 London time and here for 21:00 London time. Please, include topics which…
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How do you approach teaching one-to-one lessons? Share strategies, tips, techniques #ELTchat Summary 16/02/2011

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 Can We Activate Vocabulary and Get Our Students to Use It? – #ELTChat Summary 17/02/2011

Today’s ELTChat session at noon was all about vocabulary and how to activate it with students, in order for them to assimilate it and make use of it. Several interesting ideas circulated the Twitterstream, as always! So how do we activate vocabulary and get our students to use it? The ideas move among Young Learners and Older or Adult Learners, but you will…
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How do you approach teaching one-to-one lessons? Share strategies, tips, techniques #ELTchat Transcript 16/02/2011

Transcript from the second #ELTchat on February 16 at 21:00 GMT 8:59 pm ShellTerrell: RT @Marisa_C: A short article on Teaching one-to-one classes to get you going before our #ELTchathttp://bit.ly/eiIpef 8:59 pm Marisa_C: In 2 mins!!! #ELTchat 8:59 pm vladkaslniecko: Hi @Shaunwilden @SueAnnan @Marisa_C @cerirhiannon @ShellTerrell and others who join #ELTCHAT today! I hope to…
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What would you like to talk about on Wednesday 16 February 2011? #ELTchat Poll

Please post your topics for our next #ELTchat on Wednesday, February 16. Top choice will be discussed at 12:00 GMT & 2nd choice at 21:00 GMT Each week we alternate top and second choice. Find your own local time for each chat here for 12:00 London time and here for 21:00 London time. Please, include topics which…
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How do you teach writing? And how do you mark it? #ELTchat Summary 09/02/2011

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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