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EFL paper based magazines

Hi everyone I'm looking for some EFL magazines - paper ones that our library might subscribe to, like http://maryglasgowplus.com/
Rob Waring
Apr 19
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ERWC 4

Hi, I am sure everyone on this list knows that the 4th World Congress of Extensive Reading will be held in Tokyo the first weekend in August, right? The
thomasbieri
Apr 1
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Re: Egmont Reading Ladder series

Ben, they are listed on the Google master list for graded readers.
Glen Hill
Mar 24
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Re: Mreader explanation for students and teachers

Here is information from my school that we give to our English majors。 Cheers, Tom On Fri, Mar 24, 2017 at 2:33 PM, Bjorn Fuisting bjornfuisting@...
Thomas N. Robb
Mar 24
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Re: Mreader explanation for students and teachers [1 Attachment]

Hi Simon and all other Mreader users, Thanks for sharing your handout, Simon. There is a lot of useful information in there that I can use. I also received a
Bjorn Fuisting
Mar 23
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Re: Mreader explanation for students and teachers

Hi, I put this together last year around this time, attached. I can't really remember clearly, and was planning this for next week. Just had a quick look
Simon Bibby
Mar 23
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Mreader explanation for students and teachers

Hi all, I am about to have all our 2nd year university students track their progress with ER using Mreader. I am familiar with the system and am okay to use it
Bjorn Fuisting
Mar 23
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Re: Egmont Reading Ladder series

HIi, The series is a new series based on BANANA series from Egmont. Flat Stanleys are good but some other titles are little too difficult for beginners, so
Akio FURUKAWA
Mar 23
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Egmont Reading Ladder series

Hello I am looking at the Egmont Reading Ladder series (70 books, three levels). Does anyone have YL/word count info for them? Any comments on the series?
Ben Shearon
Mar 23
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Re: A little help from my friends? A small experiment... [1 Attachme

Dear Tom, There are 2 reasons to contact you:1. I am looking for foreign students or teachers who work with my students to develop their English.2. I try to
Tserendolgor G
Mar 20
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Re: A little help from my friends? A small experiment... [1 Attachme

Will consider this, Tom. For now, I can tell you that the brief intro works fine, but the link does not open. Instead, a message appears that says the
Glen Hill
Mar 12
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A little help from my friends? A small experiment...

Dear Colleagues, I’m looking for some classes to help with a research project that should be fun as well as useful for your students. It is mainly intended
Thomas N. Robb
Mar 12
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Re: On International Women's Day

Being an eternal skeptic, I have to wonder what group of books the people in the video selected from. It wasn't very clear. Also, I'd like to know examples of
Glen Hill
Mar 10
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Re: On International Women's Day

Happy (belated) International Woman's Day!! One of the upcoming features for the Xreading website which I have developed, is for students to be able to select
paulgoldberg2@...
Mar 9
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Re: On International Women's Day

Hi Jeremy, Thank you for the interesting information. Several years ago, I did a small research about the differences between boys and girls’ taste of books.
Atsuko Takase
Mar 8
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