Monthly Archives: July 2016

Film-based lessons


https://www.britishcouncil.org/voices-magazine/how-get-film-based-lessons-right/

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How is everyone fine with this?


Originally posted on ELT Rants, Reviews, and Reflections:
Recently I was discussing job ads for EFL jobs in South Korea with a friend (who also happens to be a former advisee and hopefully will be a future co-author).  After he’d …

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Another guest post on pronunciation


http://www.lessonplansdigger.com/2016/07/20/pronunciation-warm-up-useless-and-useful-activities-guest-post-by-elena-mutonono/

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Pronounce politically!


How not to sound uneducated when you talk politics!

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Why are so many languages lost?


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How many words do I need to know in a new language?


A useful re-blog: How many words do I need to know? The 95/5 rule in language learning, Part 1/2

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Useful resource for practicing pronunciation!


10 Ways to Practice Pronunciation (Serious Commitment Required!)

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