Propose a topic for next week’s #ELTchat – October 7 @ 12.00 BST
Time to propose a topic for next #ELTchat.
Add your suggestion as a comment below this post!
Next #ELTchat on Wednesday 7/10/2015 at 12:00 P.M. BST
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I am proposing a topic : What makes US, teachers, motivated
can we keep ourselves engaged in teaching ? What makes a motivated teacher ?
Motivating learners in a digital world.
Cohesion and coherence and integrating it in the classroom
Is it important to care about our Ss? Are there times when you don’t care as much? How do you show them you care?
How can ESL/EFL teachers make their own learning more transparent in ways that model purposeful learner experiences for their students?
Thanks Benjamin – great question actually but too late to add this week as the poll is up already – will certainly keep it for next week thanks!!!
No worries, just thinking out loud…
In reality and on a day to day how many teachers actually use leson plan formats taught in all the major TESOL training courses/diploma?
Thank you for proposing a topic. This week’s chat is in 5 hours so we will use your suggestion for next week’s poll.
Thanks for contributing. Hope to see you in the chat.
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