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(3)Dave (relative to my incident of "ought to"): Interesting anecdote. She didn't notice it until you pointed it out. All the other people began using it without
(3)"whether "noticing" is worth noticing" Some kettle of ghoti, eh? I might have some evidence in a few weeks, after teaching Spanish to a 2-year-old. Of course
(4)... I'm sure Michael used this example because Dave has brought it up again and again. Maybe another noticing task, following Scott Thornbury's exercises and
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(3)Nelson, You might find this interesting & helpful: Teaching English without Teaching English | Roberto Guzman | TEDxUPRM
(30)MOD NOTE: Dave, if it's your own writing, by all means cut and paste here. Sorry if I misunderstood before. Karen ... Alan et al, I am able to access this
(3)I love that activity. It's creative & the affect of the creativity is multiplied. Dave Kees
(24)Sometimes, slowly without realizing it, we find ourselves in conflict with a student. It started with some misbehaviour by the student. A sharp retort by us.
(10)On 3/4/2017 2:58 AM, davekees1 email@example.com [TEFLChina] wrote: A current topic of study should be mini-degrees & competency based testing awarded
(12)Dave Kees wrote: "You can't teach a bored mind." Truer words were never spoken. I often point out that a book, any book, is not the language, it is only a way
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