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ThingLink – An Educational Tool

ThingLink ThingLink helps students create and discover rich images. It allows a user to add content such as music, video and text to images. It is presented as a free tool which can be used...

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Thirty Years of TEFL/TESL: A Personal Reflection

A personal reflection on language teaching by Jack C Richards This is an interesting article about the history of  foreign and second language teaching by Jack C Richards. It is a personal reflection on the...

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Man-Compounds Lesson Plan

Compound words ending in man Compound words that end in man are common in English. The words that are used to form these man-compounds may have various meaning relationships and thus confuse English learners. For...

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Sexism is daily reality for girls in the UK

Sexism is daily reality for girls According to Girlguiding, a girl guiding association in the UK, Sexism is daily reality for girls. The association published a report, Equality for Girls, where they condemn the...

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Can an old brain learn?

It is believed that old people lose some  brain agility to learn. Is it just a belief? Or is it a grounded fact that cannot be denied?  Here are two articles that try to...

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Scott Thornburry’s New Blog

A blog Worth Following Scott Thornburry’s New Blog Scott Thornburry has started a new blog. Unlike the A-Z of ELT blog in which he tried to revisit some entries related to his ELT “encyclopedia-dictionary of...

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Best teachers build character

Jay Mathews is an education columnist and blogger for the Washington Post, his employer for 40 years. In this article he describes a day inside the class of Rafe Esquith, 59, a teacher in...