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December 2018

   Graded Readers: an underexplored thesaurus  My interest in Graded Readers began when I ran my own language school back in the 90s. I made a very brave decision at that time; I...

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Published on: 17-12-2018

Reading Comprehension

  Unlike listening comprehension, reading comprehension is not something for which our brains have evolved. Whereas oral comprehension seems to develop “naturally” with minimal deliberate intervention, reading comprehension is more challenging...

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Published on: 17-12-2018

Reading Comprehension

  Unlike listening comprehension, reading comprehension is not something for which our brains have evolved. Whereas oral comprehension seems to develop “naturally” with minimal deliberate intervention, reading comprehension is more challenging...

Education

17-12-2018 Hits:833 Education

Proficiency holders and proficient learners

The recognition of proficient acquisition of the English as a Foreign Language is officially assessed and distinguished into as set of specific pillars. Proficient acquisition reflects eloquent, confident and multileveled command...

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17-12-2018 Hits:94 Education

Why is it important to test all four skills?

Listening, reading, speaking and writing: these, as every language teacher knows, are the “four skills”. I expect that most language teachers, if asked, would say that they are all equally...

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24-10-2018 Hits:1045 Education

Addressing Disruptive Behavior in EFL Classrooms

The Fundamentals of A Teacher-Based Functional Behavioral Assessment (Fba) By Evangelia Vassilakou, MA in Applied Linguistics FBA is the process of gathering and analyzing information about a student’s problem behavior in order to...

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24-10-2018 Hits:189 Education

Homo Ludens - All the world’s a stage...

  “Antigone: And does not Creon treat our brothers twain One with the rites of burial, one with shame? Eteocles, so say they, he interred Fitly, with wonted rites, as one held meet To pass with...

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The Importance of Differentiated Instruction to Different Learners

By Blerta- Matina Tartari   “What we can do is to ensure that no matter who you are, no matter what your background, no matter your level of income, you can get...

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24-10-2018 Hits:200 Education

Classroom Based Assessment in EFL Classrooms

  Let's stop using tests and focus on alternative forms of assessment By Irini Renika Papakammenou In the educational context teachers tend to assess students in order to measure what students have learnt and...

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Good Teaching: The top ten requirements

One: GOOD TEACHING is as much about passion as it is about reason. It’s about not only motivating students to learn, but teaching them how to learn, and doing so...

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Presentation Skills? Seriously? (Part Eight)

"This One's for the Children" Telling a story has been used almost since the beginning of time as a means for sharing and interpreting experiences, as a means of instruction, as...

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From Reading to Creative Writing

  When discussing about writing, it is useful to consider some fallacies that have dominated EFL teaching in the last few decades. The first one concerns the widespread idea that if...

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Teaching English to Adults

Teaching English to adults has its own set of challenges and rewards for the EFL teacher but requires a whole range of different skills and qualifications. Adult learners may not...

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This month in ELT NEWS

December 2018

   Graded Readers: an underexplored thesaurus  My interest in Graded Readers began when I ran my own language school back in the 90s. I made a very brave decision at that time; I...

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