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tracking what you do
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I've been lucky so far in most cases (schools), not having to look at a book to make lesson plans.  Some schools have a book and I'll use it for supplementary
karenstanleyma
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FREE New MOOC for English-Teaching Professionals
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The first 5-week period of this free MOOC for English-Teaching Professionals has just begun (I'm not sure if you can still join), but the second 5-week session
karenstanleyma
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Apr 12
File - List Help and Rules
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GENERAL RULES for the TEFLChina Lists ... 1. Be friendly and courteous towards all others. If anyone's post feels unfriendly email me privately at
TEFLChina@yahoogroups.com
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Apr 1
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article on English testing in China
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Dave says: It's like arranging the deckchairs on the Titanic. The iceberg of reality the traditional education systems (Western & Chinese) are sailing into is
karenstanleyma
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Mar 28
grading students (moved to TEACH)
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A.K. Wong asked how to grade students on role plays and group discussions each week without having them do these activities in front of the class. One thing I
karenstanleyma
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Mar 28
compilation of notetaking resources
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Below you will find my initial message and the responses from three different professional ESL lists: IEPIS@..., HEIS@..., and
karenstanleyma
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Mar 25
free webcasts from TESOL 2014 conference
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Here is a link to free webcasts of presentations from TESOL 2014 (I don't know how the time frames will fit folks on the list, but just in case):
karenstanleyma
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Mar 24
compiling the notetaking resources
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I have posted my question about notetaking resources; as I have been gathering quite a few from each list, I decided to compile them in order to share them all
karenstanleyma
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Mar 21
classroom lectures
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I'm going to introduce my students to Lynda.com videos, which I can access through the Univ. of Illinois and my public library back home. They also have a
karenstanleyma
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Mar 19
Creative Writing Contest
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╪ [forwarded message begins here] CreatEng Cafe hosts an Annual Creative Writing Competition targeted towards citizens of any country that does not have
Margaret Orleans
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Mar 18
Searching the lists by topic
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Some people may have noticed that, among other inconveniences of the new Yahoogroup format, it is no longer possible to search the archives by topic (at least
karenstanleyma
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Mar 12
teaching notetaking from lectures
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I've experimented with memory my last few years of enrolling in classes. I did pretty good, mostly A's. I think the trick was 100% attention to the lecture,
karenstanleyma
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Mar 3
free pre-intermediate lesson (about Mars)
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English-to-Go is a New Zealand-based subscription website that provides integrated lessons with teacher support materials. Each month they offer a free
karenstanleyma
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Mar 1
Let's Scramble, Not Flip, the Classroom
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In the article, "Let's Scramble, Not Flip, the Classroom" http://www.insidehighered.com/views/2014/02/14/flipping-classroom-isnt-answer-lets-scramble-it-essay
karenstanleyma
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Feb 19
Segmental or Suprasegmental?
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Great information.  Thanks Rob. Incidentally, do you use a mouse-over function in your exercises?  If so, do you program them yourself?  And, are the sounds
Nelson Bank
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Feb 18
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sentence scramble app
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Nate asked about software to create online sentence scramble exercises. I don't know of any myself, but this website has just that type of exercise:
nate jarvis
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Feb 13
Online Video - Webinar Recording
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Here's the recording of my webinar presentation - Online Video - from last night. https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/p1om4x6sqa8/ You can also download a copy of the
Nik Peachey
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Feb 4
L1 classes nomenclature question
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... I posted the question to two different professional email lists, and no one has responded, leading me to think that Nate is a pioneer in this regard. To be
nate jarvis
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Jan 22
pure vowel sounds
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No, I mean in general.  For example, if you say free range eggs, you wouldn't have to put a hyphen between free and range, because the
karen
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Jan 4
Pronunciation message from Nelson
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MODERATOR NOTE: I was having some problems with this post from Nelson, so I have pasted it into a new message box and hope it will not give me a "PythonError"
karen
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Jan 4
Free: Electronic Village Online
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From: http://us3.campaign-archive2.com/?u=4269e8c899d3893e5ba113427&id=8e9d028726&e=eb\ 22ae05af Electronic Village Online - Registration starts Jan 6 There is
karen
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Jan 4
Steps in teaching pronuniation
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<new written words they encounter when there is no teacher around> think think think. Ah!  Why of course!  Karen, I'll let you answer this. Oh, now I've got
Nelson Bank
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Jan 1
vowel in 'hurt' / 'hook'
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It's the same sound, I guess you could say rhotacized.  I think the rhotic takes over
karen
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Jan 1
A gentle reminder
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It seems I have approved of a message that should not have been approved. Too much Christmas cheer I'm afraid. Please: 2. Sign posts with your Full Name
jadarufo
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Dec 26, 2013
teaching pronunciation from my ideolect
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One aspect about selecting certain sounds over others is that I teach my own pronunciation to my students. I have NO "open o" in my ideolect, so the words
karen
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Dec 26, 2013
if your students plan to study in the US
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Some people have had trouble with the URL. Try this:
karen
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Dec 7, 2013
Oral English Exam for Haidan
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... I never heard of FETs in primary schools though I did spend 2 lessons/week for a term helping a Middle School class. I'd imagine English teachers in
karen
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Dec 7, 2013
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free short lesson on Nelson Mandela
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English-to-Go has a free "warmer" lesson (ie, short) available as a downloadable PDF file. It's designed for upper intermediate students (or above):
karen
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Dec 6, 2013
free lesson
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... Writers say "Read." You can download it from here: http://www.english-to-go.com/freeresource/writerssay'read'ETGlesson.pdf The lesson is about children's
karen
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Nov 20, 2013
article: "LINGUISTIC SCHIZOPHRENIA" IN HONG KONG UNIVERSITY ELT CEN
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[Moderator note: The link works here in the UK. If anyone else cannot access the page, please e-mail karenstanleyma@... or julian@... and the
karen
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Nov 15, 2013
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