SAILING THE SEA OF CTRL C + V by Rob Howard

Sailing the Sea of CTRL C + V the copy & paste pirates

By now, I’m sure we’ve all seen the Melania Trump speech that plagiarized Michelle Obama. Finally, teachers the world over have the perfect example to demonstrate blatant plagiarism to their students.

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EFLtalks answers – 10 in 10 for YOU

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Got questions? We’ve got answers. 10 in 10 for YOU

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Flipping Feedback: Screencasting Feedback on Student Essays by Ron Martinez

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Looking for a new way to mentor students of academic writing, Ron Martinez came up with a great one. This should be the new standard.

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Recipes for the Unteachable by David Petrie

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Are there controversial topics that you want to teach, but you do not know how? Do you think your students might not be ready for them? David Petrie has the perfect recipe for these issues. You can read some ideas in his blog post and also for more tips, do not miss his webinar for BELTA on January 10th, at 16.00 CET!

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Introducing our free new ebook – Parsnips in ELT: Stepping out of the comfort zone (Vol. 2)

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Introducing our free new ebook – Parsnips in ELT: Stepping out of the comfort zone (Vol. 2)

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LOOK WHO’S EFLTALKING by Rob Howard

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This article originally appeared in the BRAZ-TESOL newsletter, volume 04.2015.

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The Good, The Bad, And The Online by Rob Howard

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How do you deal with people who want your services for free? Take a look at this.

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Should I mind my own Beeswax? by Rob Howard

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Reposted from EFL Magazine, my article about whether or not we should be spending time teaching outdated idioms with some many others that we miss.

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FLUENCY: Fact, Fiction or Farce by Rob Howard

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We hear the word fluency all the time. Do we really know what it is and how to reach it?

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34 experts offer their tips for English fluency by Jason R Levine

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by Jason R. Levine What does it take to become fluent? The Internet is teeming with suggestions, instructions, and procedures for how to speak fluent English. It’s overwhelming for learners and teachers to try to make sense of it all. It’s especially

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SAILING THE SEA OF CTRL C + V by Rob Howard

SAILING THE SEA OF CTRL C + V     by Rob Howard

By now, I’m sure we’ve all seen the Melania Trump speech that plagiarized Michelle Obama. Finally, teachers the world over have the perfect example to demonstrate blatant plagiarism to their students.

EFLtalks answers – 10 in 10 for YOU

EFLtalks answers – 10 in 10 for YOU

Got questions? We’ve got answers. 10 in 10 for YOU

Flipping Feedback: Screencasting Feedback on Student Essays by Ron Martinez

Flipping Feedback: Screencasting Feedback on Student Essays by Ron Martinez

Looking for a new way to mentor students of academic writing, Ron Martinez came up with a great one. This should be the new standard.

Recipes for the Unteachable by David Petrie

Recipes for the Unteachable by David Petrie

Are there controversial topics that you want to teach, but you do not know how? Do you think your students might not be ready for them? David Petrie has the perfect recipe for these issues. You can read some ideas in his blog post and also for more tips, do not miss his webinar for BELTA on January 10th, at 16.00 CET!

Introducing our free new ebook – Parsnips in ELT: Stepping out of the comfort zone (Vol. 2)

Introducing our free new ebook – Parsnips in ELT: Stepping out of the comfort zone (Vol. 2)

Introducing our free new ebook – Parsnips in ELT: Stepping out of the comfort zone (Vol. 2)

LOOK WHO’S EFLTALKING by Rob Howard

LOOK WHO’S EFLTALKING by Rob Howard

This article originally appeared in the BRAZ-TESOL newsletter, volume 04.2015.

The Good, The Bad, And The Online by Rob Howard

The Good, The Bad, And The Online by Rob Howard

How do you deal with people who want your services for free? Take a look at this.

Should I mind my own Beeswax? by Rob Howard

Should I mind my own Beeswax? by Rob Howard

Reposted from EFL Magazine, my article about whether or not we should be spending time teaching outdated idioms with some many others that we miss.

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