Monthly Archives: September 2013

Mistakes? Good!

This is a post about mistakes. Not about mistake/ error correction, not about mistakes being a sign of learning, but about benefitting from mistakes. Or rather, about how to use your learners’ mistake as learning (and teaching) material. What you … Continue reading

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a Present Simple/Present continuous picture activity

here is a nice small activity on Present Simple vs Present Continuous for an elementary class, a kind of activity that will help you to refresh the students’ knowledge and once again let them practise (might be good to finalise … Continue reading

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how tablet PC can help to teach and learn

once, over 2 years ago, I was having a lesson in a major IT company, and as we were discussing technologies and changes (and probably Ipads), my student said that within 6 month all the other companies would also start … Continue reading

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Lessons in motivation – what do we really need?

a pyramid of teachers’ needs Lessons in motivation – what do we really need?.

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