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Language learning: what motivates us?

What happens in the brain when we try to learn a language can tell us a lot about what drives us to learn it in the first place.

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Teaching Culture and Identifying Language Interference Errors through Films

This study reflects intermediate level learners’ opinion about employing films in the EFL classroom for teaching culture and avoiding negative language transfer.

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What Can We Learn from Our Learners’ Learning Styles?

This study aims to investigate Korean university-level EFL learners’ learning style preferences.

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Imagine If You Were One Of These Celebs’ Former Teachers And Heard What They Said About You

The odds of remembering everything you’ve been taught in school? Basically impossible. The odds of remembering at least one teacher who’s helped transform you into the person you are today? Pretty high up there.

Source: www.upworthy.com

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Brightening the Future for English Language Learners, One Student at a Time – Vegas Seven

Vegas Seven
Brightening the Future for English Language Learners, One Student at a Time
Vegas Seven
Before he took the reins, 12 of Global’s 14 teachers lacked certification in teaching English as a second language.

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Dealing with the physical aspects of the classroom: In search of teaching paradise? | Teach them English

Today’s post looks at how we might choose to manipulate the physical contours of the rooms in which we teach.

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Immigrants To UK ‘Left Voiceless’ By Lack Of English Teaching, Think Tank Says – Huffington Post UK

The Independent Immigrants To UK ‘Left Voiceless’ By Lack Of English Teaching, Think Tank Says Huffington Post UK Around 700,000 migrants are being “left voiceless” due to the government’s lack of leadership in teaching them English and cutting…

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Gerund/ Infinitive with a Change in Meaning

This worksheet is aimed to clarify and practice the differents between to or -ing usage after special group of verbs (regret, forget, stop, etc.). It is not a presentation though, so I use it for the second lesson working with this grammar topic.

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Tested Out: 5 Alternative Assessments for Your ESL Classroom

Not every student performs best with a traditional paper and pencil test. How can you get those low-performing students to show what they really know? Here are 5 alternative assessments t

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