Category: Links

Lexical phrases 2

Lexical Phrases and Language Teaching

Lexical Phrases and Language Teaching Lexical Phrases and Language Teaching is a book by James R. Nattinger and Jeanette S. DeCarrico. Throughout the book they present a language teaching program based on the use...

Approaches and methods in language teaching 0

Dogme approach to English language teaching

This is a link to an article about the Dogme approach to English language teaching by Luke Meddings and Scott Thornbury: The main points they try to make are the following: How did dogme emerge?...

It is the end 0

It is the end

Scott Thornbury is closing down the A-Z of ELT blog for good.  It is a blog that inspired and is still inspiring a lot f teachers around the world. Scott Thornbury’s posts and discussions...

WordPress plugins for teachers 0

WordPress plugins for teachers

What are plugins Wikipedia defines plugins as follows: Plug-ins are sets of software components that add specific abilities to a larger software application. If supported, plug-ins enable customizing the functionality of an application. In...

Web Tools for Teachers 0

Web Tools for Teachers

Six web tools for teachers. This includes helpful writing and vocabulary tools for designing lessons using on line material and websites. You can get more details from Nick Peachey blog. Wordnik Connecting people with...

Active Listening 3

Five ways to listen better

Conscious listening Julian Treasure says in this video that we exercise filters when listening. According to him, we “filter out ” the less important to reach what we really pay attention to, in the...