New Techniques and Approaches to Language Learning

Introducing New Techniques and Approaches to Language Learning_ Communicative Approach or Communicative Language Teaching (CLT). Its origins can be traced to the 60s, with the changes that occur in the British language teaching tradition. At this point, the foundations of Audiolingualism begin to be questioned, mainly as a result of Chomsky’s cognitivist ideas (cf. section […]

Why digital citizenship is important

Are you busy preparing new content and learning experiences for your students?  If you are, never miss the opportunity to include digital citizenship in relation to online environments. This video cleverly highlights the scary truth about how much personal information is available about those who are not careful. A fun way to make a point!

Music in English Teaching

The post is about my wonderful experiences online. Edupunk  George Machlan: Internet-based Test: Speaking, English Teacher – United States George Machlan Master Edutainer and speech coach St … Source: Music in English Teaching

Music in English Teaching

The post is about my wonderful experiences online. Edupunk  George Machlan: Internet-based Test: Speaking, English Teacher – United States George Machlan Master Edutainer and speech coach St George’s Academy of Dragon Slaying and Spoken English, United States Oct 2009 – Present English, spoken, listening, writing, poetry, film, song The developer of several new online classroom dynamics. […]

Originally posted on Halina's English Academy:
POLISH CULTURE AND HISTORY – INTRODUCTION   PROGRAM OBJECTIVES •             To expose students to the historical, social and cultural heritage of Poland. •             To help students understand the role of Poland in a changing Europe, as well as the historical and current issues surrounding the relationship between Eastern…

“I think that I think…”

Originally posted on Diana's Notepad:
I found this quote in the Free Dictionary which I visit quite often. Cogito cogito ergo cogito sum. I think that I think, therefore I think that I am. I love it! These words belong to Ambrose Bierce, an American journalist, writer, satirist. Have you heard of him? Do you know anything about his connection with the Devil?  Have you read Bierce’s ‘Devil’s Dictionary’?…