Month: January 2014

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Can introverts be good language teachers? #ELTchat Summary 29/01/2014

An interesting topic for the first late-night chat of 2014 which got lots of people madly typing away at their keyboards or keypads.   Photo Credit: Hartwig HKD via Compfight @Theteacherjames started off by adding to the above question with ‘How can introverted teachers satisfy their students’ expectations?’ which was answered by @hartle who asked ‘Do you have…
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Pre-packaged, marketable language learning #ELTchat Summary 22/01/2014

#ELTchat,  a weekly Twitter chat for English Language Teaching professionals, returned on 22 January 2014 after the Christmas/New Year break.  The chat is now held once per week, every Wednesday, alternating between 12 noon and 9pm GMT each week.   ______________________________ For the latest news on #ELTchat and the latest topics up for voting, click here. _____________________________________________…
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Vote for a topic for #eltchat 29.01.14

Vote for this week’s topic Remember chat is at 21.00 This week [polldaddy poll=7748789] If you have an idea for a topic for Wednesday’s chat then leave it as a comment below this post and we’ll include it in the poll once voting starts on Monday. Since we now only have one chat a week, we’ll add the…
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#ELTchat in 2014 – Time to Vote

Time to Vote! Scroll down!!!! Photo Credit: anne arnould via Compfight Happy New Year to #ELTchat followers and contributors, fellow #ELTchat bloggers and summary writers, friends who have joined #ELTchat on Twitter and who have made our Facebook Group a focal meeting point for announcements of events, articles, news and blog posts.   2013 in Review  In 2013…
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Best of #ELTchat in 2013 – An #ELTchat summary (11/12/2013)

The last two chats of the year presented an opportunity to recall some the most useful and inspiring chats of 2013. As a newcomer to ELTchat – I joined my first one in September – I’ve only taken part in these lively weekly discussions a couple of times, but as @theteacherjames says, one of the…
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