Propose a topic for the 25th of February
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textbooks and intercultural communicative competence
Madison Diniz submitted this some time ago but it was not included – so here goes now
What kind of teacher will you be in 2020: The collapse of EFL pedagogy vs. new generational (teaching/learning) needs
Perhaps a discussion about how newly-qualified teachers (eg. CELTA trainees) can best use what they learn in the first few years of their career to develop into successful teachers? (I’m thinking about various things I’ve read recently, like ‘teaching diaries’ etc.)
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