Tag Archives: ELTchat

  1. 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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  2. #ELTchat – Teaching English in a country other than yours: opportunities and challenges (12th November)

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    November 13, 2014 by gemmalunn

    #ELTchat is a weekly twitter chat for ELT professionals all over the world. Each Wednesday at 12pm or 21.00pm GMT …
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  3. Classroom Discourse #ELTchat summary

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    August 5, 2013 by gemmalunn

    This is a summary of the 9pm BST #eltchat summary from Wednesday 26th June 2013. The topic was ‘Classroom Discourse’ …
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