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How to teach the past perfect

How to teach the past perfect It is easier to teach the past perfect than to teach the present perfect. The past perfect is clearly situated in the past. This can even be represented...

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Letter of advice lesson plan

Letter of advice lesson plan This is a letter of advice lesson plan. The aim of the activity is to learn and use expressions of advice in appropriate context, to work cooperatively in groups...

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Assessment Strategies

Assessment Strategies: Formative, Summative and Alternative Assessment Teachers use formative and summative assessment to test their students progress. Formative assessment is used to evaluate students’ progress and understanding in order to identify learning needs...

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Best classroom techniques for teachers of English

Best classroom techniques for teachers of English In this video EFL experts are asked about the best classroom techniques for teachers of English. These experts have drawn on their expertise to share their top...

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Teaching vocabulary: Lexical exploitation of texts

Teaching vocabulary: Lexical exploitation of texts This is a link to an article about the merits of lexical exploitation of texts. The article deals with the following points: Why draw attention to lexical chunks?...

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Complexity Theory and ELT

Complexity and ELT – Poster This is an interesting poster about complexity theory and ELT. Psoter about English Language Teaching and complexity theory Complexity and ELT – Willy C. Cardoso by Willy

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The chaos theory and language teaching

The chaos theory and language teaching The edge of chaos is a blog by Willy Cardoso about complex theory and language teaching. It was originally a Pecha Kucha presentation he gave he gave in...