Mario Herrera with tips to do this.
Tagged with “grammar” (4)
Window-dressing vs. Cross-dressing in the EFL Sub-culture. (The article I referred to in the interview… revived by the magic of twitter)
The New School- Online MA programme which Scott Thornbury (amongst others) is teaching on.
Scott’s own website, where you can see his edited plenary slides and plenty more.
There has been a lot of discussion of dogme around the blogosphere recently, triggered by the tenth anniversary of the movement. Not all of it kind….
Romantic Comedy with a Sinister Twist. A Marxist Critique of Dogme ELT. « Marxist TEFL Group
Critical DOGME or DOGME with Sympathy for the Critical? | Critical Mass ELT: Reflections on the World of English Language Teaching
D is for Dogme « An A-Z of ELT
This show deals with teaching the past tense. The main points of the podcast are:
* when should we teach the past tense?/What age is too young? * How do Mark and Matt introduce the past tense to students * what are some ways in the beginning to avoid the complications of irregular verbs * ideas for content when teaching the past tense * how to practice the past tense
There are quite a few games and activities listed in the show, 4-5, I believe. So, this show there is no designated game of the week section, but we hope some of the activities mentioned in the show will give you something to work with.
Dave is working at a language school and international high school in Canada. Additionally he runs his own website for students to “learn English online.” We’ll talk a bit about his website and also in general about website building/promotion later in the show. In part one of the podcast, we focus on some of Dave’s students’ problems and how he handles them. He has a good number of Japanese students and they have a strong knowledge of grammar but a very low speaking level. Mark and Dave offer a few ideas on how to improve speaking competence and fluency with these learners.
ESL Teacher Talk,