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  • What method to you use to correct students’ writing tasks?
James Taylor suggests that breaking up the stages of giving feedback to students gives them more incentive to focus on improving their writing skills. 
Do you think his method would work for you?
Ann :)

      

  • What method to you use to correct students’ writing tasks?
James Taylor suggests that breaking up the stages of giving feedback to students gives them more incentive to focus on improving their writing skills. 
Do you think his method would work for you?
Ann :)

      

  • What do you think are the ingredients for developing a creative classroom?
🌈 Here are some suggestions from Alan Maley, you’ll find more from him here: http://bit.ly/DevelopingCreativeClimate 🌈
Ann :)

      

  • If you're looking for ideas and activities to help your students prepare for job applications and interviews, don't miss our #FreeOnlineCourse, English for the Workplace. Find out more here: http://bit.ly/EnglishForWork6

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  • Are you talking too much in class? These tips will help you make the best of what you say and give your students plenty of speaking practice time.
✴️ You can find more suggestions on how to cut back on your Teacher Talking Time here: http://bit.ly/TalkingTooMuch.
Ann :)

      

  • Some splendid tips from Fiona Mauchline about how to survive in the classroom.
Read them in full – which I highly recommend – here: http://bit.ly/TeacherSurvivalTips
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  • Are you talking too much in class? These tips will help you make the best of what you say and give your students plenty of speaking practice time.
✴️ You can find more suggestions on how to cut back on your Teacher Talking Time here: http://bit.ly/TalkingTooMuch.
Ann :)

      

  • For more ideas about how to keep students engaged in class, watch Ken Wilson’s highly engaging recorded talk ‘Motivating the unmotivated’ in which he describes in full his top ten tips to rouse students’ enthusiasm for learning English: http://bit.ly/MotivatingTheUnmotivated
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  • For more ideas about how to keep students engaged in class, watch Ken Wilson’s highly engaging recorded talk ‘Motivating the unmotivated’ in which he describes in full his top ten tips to rouse students’ enthusiasm for learning English: http://bit.ly/MotivatingTheUnmotivated
Ann :)

      

  • TAKING CARE OF OURSELVES

      

  • PHRASAL TENNIS - a fun way to teach and learn phrasal verbs

      

  • PHRASAL TENNIS - a fun way to teach and learn phrasal verbs

      

What method to you use to correct students’ writing tasks? James Taylor suggests that breaking up the stages of giving feedback to students gives them more incentive to focus on improving their writing skills. Do you think his method would work for you? Ann :)

 

 

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