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Survival Tips for Teaching Kids English: 40+ Resources #GAETC13

From the What Works for Language Learners Category “For in every adult there dwells the child that was, and in every child there lies the adult that will be.” ― John Connolly, The Book of Lost Things This week I am in beautiful Atlanta, Georgia, presenting at the GAETC conference. It is one of the most organized and interesting conferences I've been Read full article »

Animating Your Lessons with Some Drama: 20+ Resources

Part of the Cool Sites series Every Friday I am presenting free webinars thanks to American TESOL! We have an incredible time. Recently, we shared ideas for integrating drama in the classroom. Teachers do not have to be skilled in acting. Instead, the webinar was away to introduce teachers to different games that get students to tap into their creative juices Read full article »

How Do We Animate Lessons? Interview with Ken Wilson

Interview 12 of Twittering for Education The majority of classrooms have curricula based on coursebooks. Many teachers might feel that teaching from a coursebook kills creativity and makes learning boring especially when coupled with multiple choice tests. However, in many schools teachers are required to teach from a coursebook. A coursebook is just a tool. We can still teach fun lessons Read full article »

Everybody Can Paint by Sabrina DeVita

Part of the series: The 30 Goals Challenge, Goal 13: Give Students Reign I will start this post by thanking my students for having inspired me to write it, and I would like especially to thank Gisela for being so generous as to share pieces of her life with us every class. One of those was this photo, and a moving Read full article »

Giving In Is The First Step Towards Failure by Marisa Pavan #30Goals

Part of the series: The 30 Goals Challenge, Goal 25: Plant a Seed (picture from www.veezzle.com) Marisa Pavan from Argentina shares this post about her journey with Goal 25: Plant a Seed and how she planted a seed with her students.... A couple of years ago inspired by the members of my Personal Learning Network (PLN) via Twitter (@Mtranslator) I decided to start Read full article »

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