Category Archives: Reflections

  1. Evidence-based reflective practice (ARG May)

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    June 15, 2016 by gemmalunn

    This month’s topic for the Academic Reading Group in St. Gallen was one I am especially keen on – reflective …
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  2. Reading, Meeting, Sharing: Reflections on the first Academic Reading Group

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    January 19, 2016 by gemmalunn

    Last Sunday was the first ELT Academic Reading Group. I decided to start this group for two reasons: Firstly, since …
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  3. Flying robots, laughter & germs

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    December 17, 2015 by gemmalunn

    In October I started teaching two C1 level classes. For the majority of the students in these classes English is …
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  4. The perfect class…?

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    November 11, 2015 by gemmalunn

    I think I’ve found my perfect class, well 2 classes back-to-back. These are general English, C1, predominantly conversation classes. There …
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  5. Getting the most out of observation lesson plans

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    October 2, 2015 by gemmalunn

    In an ideal world after hours slaving over an extremely down-to-the-last-second detailed lesson plan (LP) you’d hope the amount of …
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  6. Student Video Diaries

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    August 5, 2015 by gemmalunn

    If you have read previous posts on this blog you’ll know that I’m a fan of keeping a reflective journal …
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  7. Positive peer observations

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    June 9, 2015 by gemmalunn

    A few weeks ago I was coming to the end of my contract in my current job and so I …
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