What would you like to talk about on Wednesday 23/03/2011
- #ELTchat – Two new discussion topics every Wednesday!
We get many questions from new #ELTchat followers who would like to read through previous discussions and summaries contributed by our members of our community so here here is how you can find them:
- You can read them here on this blog by clicking on the Summaries category (not tag) and this will call up all the summaries
- You can visit the #ELTchat wiki ( work in progress) and click on the Summaries link on the front page which should immediately show you all the summaries we have so far uploaded.
Propose topics for our next #ELTchat
Please post your topics for our next #ELTchat on Wednesday, March 16.
Top choice will be discussed at 21:00 PM. GMT & 2nd choice at 12:00 PM. GMT
Each week we alternate top and second choice.
Find your own local time for each chat here for 12:00 London timeand here for 21:00 London time.
Please, 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 #ELTchat moderators reserve the right not to post comments or to include them in the poll if they do not follow the above guidelines.
Is there something called a teacher’s kit, something to resort to when all fail? what is this kit?
Is what you’re teaching relevant to what your students need? If not, Who’s / what’s to blame?
Today is World Down Syndrome day. http://www.worlddownsyndromeday.org/ A nice topic could be: Are schools ready for students with Down’s syndrome and other learning disabilities? Is there specific ELT material discussing this issue?
I was thinking of something very similar to Adam’s suggestion above…
‘Dealing with ever-changing class & learner profiles on continuous enrolment courses & how best to meet their needs’
What books or authors have inspired you or influenced the way you teach?
Something to add to Ola’s idea: cool web2 tools for use in language lessons. I think @sarahharrison blogged about it a few months ago.
Is spelling important? And if it is, how do we teach it?
How can we make observations less stressful and more a part of ongoing professional development?
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