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We’ve all heard of the 4 Cs – collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, communication –, but what if there were other key skills and qualities? What about the power of curiosity, the value of empathy and the need for grit? Join me – and my guests – as we delve into these core skills in this podcast series and work out just what their importance is for students of English.
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TTELT is a podcast for English language teachers who never seem to find the time for the professional development we want and need. Episodes include tips that we can implement in our classes this week, discussiions of journal articles and blogs in our field, and interviews with prominent, and not so prominent, teachers who have teaching tips they'd like to share. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ttelt/support
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Learn from Online and Offline English Teacher’ experiences about their challenges, insights, wisdom, and just how successful they are as educators teaching the most important language on the planet! Visit the show notes at www.TeachingOnlineEnglish.com
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In this episode, we ask the question: how can I motivate my students? Chris and We'am discuss what motivation in English teaching means to them and the importance of motivation for learners. First they talk to Liam Printer, an expert in motivation in language teaching. He explains the different types of motivation and how we can help learners to re…
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Join us to hear Karen Bauer, the regional manager of EducationUSA for the Middle East and North Africa, as she shares these valuable resources for studying in the United States: EducationUSA Website: https://educationusa.state.gov/ If You Want to Study in the USA: Book I: https://educationusa.state.gov/sites/default/files/210809_iywts_bk1_rev2018_f…
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In today‘s episode I am joined by Matthew Lovett, a former headteacher, now an inspector of schools in England and school governor. He shares insights into a couple of major changes in education in England over the past years, some differences between the independent and state sectors, the growing need for critical thinking skills, a student-led ap…
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Join us to hear Dawud Hill, Community Teacher Trainer with RefugeeEd and We/Educate, UK, as he describes working with refugees in European refugee camps as a teacher trainer. Dawud says that working with refugees has changed his life and if you’d like to get involved you can contact him on LinkedIn. Listen to hear more! --- Send in a voice message:…
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This week, Chris and We’am discuss critical thinking – what does it mean, why is it important and what role does it have to play in English language teaching? Chris and We’am start by talking about critical thinking as a mindset rather than as a skill separate to other learning. First up, they talk to Paul Dummett, who helps define what we mean by …
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Join us to hear Pooja Sancheti, a teacher at the Centre for Preparatory Studies, Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman, as she describes why students and teachers use AI and how you can use AI more effectively with your students. She says that AI is not going away, it’s going to stay and everyone should embrace it. Listen to hear more! --- Se…
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Join us to hear Amel Benaissa, a teacher and researcher at Mouloud Mammeri University, Algeria, as she describes why teachers need to develop self-regulation strategies. She gives some tips for how teachers can learn how to control their emotions so they do not suffer from too much stress and burnout at work. Listen to hear more! --- Send in a voic…
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In episode 6 we ask the question: How can we use play to teach English? First up this week, Chris talks about how he has used play in his teaching, and introduces We'am to a game from his childhood days. Then they talk to Elly Setterfield, a young learner ELT specialist. Elly discusses the Lego Foundation's definition of play and how it can be inco…
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Join us to hear Noureddine Charif, an ESL Instructor, Newton's Grove School, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, as he explains how to incorporate AI into Task Based Language Teaching by using Microsoft’s Copilot to help craft lessons, sample essays, and assessment rubrics. Listen to hear more! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/…
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Join us to hear Wyndell Williams, English Language Support Teacher at Tsinghua International School in Beijing, China, as he describes how to develop and use culturally responsive strategies for inclusive language education. He gives some examples of ways that teachers can make every student feel welcome and that they have something to offer. Liste…
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In episode 5 we ask the question: How can we assess more fairly and effectively? We start by discussing the ideas of validity, reliability and accessibility in assessment. Then we talk to Professor Barry O'Sullivan, Head of Assessment Research and Development at the British Council. Barry explores current issues around fair assessment and how it mi…
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In this episode, we discuss the impact of artificial intelligence on English language teaching. We start by discussing what AI is and its potential to make our lives as teachers easier. We talk to Svetlana Kandybovich, an AI educator and expert from Montenegro, about the pros and cons of AI. Svetlana emphasises the importance of human reasoning and…
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Creativity and innovation are key components of design thinking, a human-centered approach to creatively solving problems. In this episode we'll be looking at what exactly design thinking is, the phases involved in the design thinking process, the kind of mindset people need, and how this creative process can be supported and used in the classroom.…
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Join us to hear Milsania Lopez, Dean of University of Santiago, Cuba, as she shares techniques for motivating pre-service teachers to become teachers of the English Language.She shares ways to motivate teachers to become teachers of English. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ttelt/messageSupport this podcast: http…
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Welcome to episode 3 of series 3 of our podcast. In this episode, we ask the question: do I need to sound like a 'native speaker'? After discussing what we mean by native and non-native speakers of English, we have a conversation with Professor Jenny Jenkins, emeritus professor of Global Englishes. Jenny argues that 'native English' is a loaded and…
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It's episode 2 of our new series, and this week we are discussing how to teach vocabulary and grammar more communicatively. We talk to Jo Cummins, freelance ELT teacher, trainer and materials writer. Jo shares some ideas for communicative activities in the classroom that can help students move from passive grammar and vocabulary knowledge to active…
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Since ChatGPT’s emergence, there have been a lot of debates as to whether to ban it in schools. But does it really hinder critical thinking, problem-solving skills and student agency as some have claimed? On the contrary! In this episode we'll be looking at how these skills are essential for crafting effective AI prompts and evaluating the response…
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Based in Colombia, Gustavo Valiente shares an effective technique to engage students in communication! Discover their interests and adapt your topic and grammar to fit their interests. This technique provides intrinsic motivation for speaking. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ttelt/messageSupport this podcast: ht…
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The TeachingEnglish podcast is back! In episode 1, we're discussing how we can achieve gender equity in the classroom. We talk to Dr Aisling O'Boyle, Director of the Centre for Language Education Research at Queen's University, Belfast. We look at how discrimination against women in areas like education has deep historical roots, but we now have mo…
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Join us to hear Juan Carlos Domingez, based in Cuba, as he shares an innovative technique of integrating radio into the English classroom. He shares weekly idiomatic expressions in the context of a conversation. Students are challenged to deduce the meanings of idioms from English-speaking countries around the world. Radio Metropolitana Havana --- …
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Join us to hear Dr. Pankaj Mehrotra, an English teacher from Delhi, India, as he discusses conventional and virtual learning spaces and how they affect teacher–student and student–student interactions in the classroom. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ttelt/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.…
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Join us to hear Sharifa Djurabaeva, an English teacher originally from Uzbekistan, who is currently teaching beginning newcomerhigh school students in Massachusetts. Sharifa will discuss the challenges she has faced and how she is meeting them. Discover new resources and ideas that may help you in a similar teaching situation. --- Send in a voice m…
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In this episode we'll be taking another look at the key skill of listening. Why is it that many of us tend to overestimate our listening abilities? What does being a good listener really entail? What can we learn from negotiators and journalists? And, of course, what can we do with students to help them focus and listen better? Join me to find out …
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Join us to hear Dilia Topham, a veteran Teacher-Trainer, currently working in Dushanbe,Tajikistan for the American Council, as she describes the Experiential Learning Cycle and gives examples ofhow it can be used by teachers and teacher-trainees for self-assessment and improvement. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/sho…
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Today I am joined by Eric from ELF Learning. We talk about the ELF Learning YouTube channels, books, collaborations and more. You can learn more about ELF Learning here: Website: https://www.elflearning.jp YouTube Channels: Kids Videos: @omigrad For Teachers:@ELFLearning This podcast is hosted by Matt from Dream English. Learn more about Dream Engl…
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Join us to hear Dr Arum Perwitasari, Academic Relations Lead at ETS Global, based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, as she describes how to integrate reading or listening activities into speaking activities for English for Academic Purposes. She gives some examples of integrated tasks that teachers can use to teach academic speaking. Listen to hear mo…
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In this episode I read from my book now available on Amazon: Ten Steps to Teach English to Young Learners. Today I ready about Workbooks and Worksheets. Get the book on Amazon here: 10 Steps to Teaching Children English Or search for the title in your local Amazon store. Sign up for our email list: www.dreamenglish.com (scroll down the page a bit) …
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In this episode I talk with Tim the creator of the fun Ready, Set, Eigo! card game. Learn how to play the game in your classes with your young learners. Learn more about the game and how to purchase here: https://www.rse-cardgame.com Learn more about how to play the game with these videos: Here is a video on game play Here is a how to play Sign up …
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Join us to hear Peter Holly, a freelancer based in Hungary, as he describes how to teach environmentalism and sustainability in English Language Teaching. He gives teachers tips and ideas on how to incorporate sustainability and climate change in every ELT lesson, from the intro to regular classroom practices. Listen to hear more! #environment #lan…
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Join us to hear Dr Mohamed Benhima, an assistant professor in the English Department of Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco, as he describes quantitative research methodology and statistical data analysis in language education. He explains how quantitative data can be collected and how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help with data analysis. L…
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Join us to hear Dr Sapna Dileesh, Head of Foundation at the Oman Dental College in Muscat, Oman, as she shares how she uses gamification in the ESL classroom. She discusses some things that a teacher needs to consider while incorporating gamification in the ESL classroom as well as the advantages and disadvantages of gamification. She also mentions…
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Join us to hear Philip McCarthy, Associate Professor at the American University of Sharjah, the United Arab Emirates, as he shares Auto-Peer, an automated feedback system designed to facilitate student writing and student feedback literacy. He explains how Auto-Peer helps student writers and shares feedback from students and colleagues. Listen to h…
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In this episode the English and psychology teacher Katharina Wendrich joins me for a chat about storytelling, students and social media. We delve into how stories can help young people to discover who they are, how social media has changed the way we tell certain stories, how to help students deconstruct stories on social media, using Shakespeare t…
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Join us to hear Anastasia Khawaja, an adjunct professor in the Department of English at the University of South Florida,as she shares how she implemented linguistic landscape in her teaching units in Israel. She discusses how to use linguistic landscape to start difficult conversations in a region of conflict and how we can explore language represe…
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Join us to hear Eyhab Yaghi, a lecturer in the English department in the College of Education at Majmaah University in Saudi Arabia,as he shares with us the online reading dispositions students use to enable more effective online learning . He discusses several different online reading dispositions used by students and describes how they can be har…
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Join us to hear Fatia Jellad, a secondary school teacher in Tunisia who recently obtained her PhD in Cultural Studies, as she shares with us how to use blogs to motivate students to write in English. She discusses the steps for implementing blogs in the classroom and what makes them an effective tool for writing instruction. She also mentions some …
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Join us to hear Kasia Truszkowsky, founder and owner of My Oxford English Academy in Oxford, England, as she shares with us how to use reconstruction tasks to teach academic writing. She discusses tips for minimizing teacher preparation time and sharing best practices for producing effective writing lessons. Listen to hear more! --- Send in a voice…
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Join us to hear Rasha Halat, Assistant Professor at the Lebanese International University, as she shares with us how to use authentic materials to motivate students. She describes why its a good idea to use authentic materials and how to motivate students by using them. Listen to hear more! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.co…
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Join us to hear Shahab Moradkhani, Associate Professor of TESOL at Razi University in Kermanshah, Iran, as he shares with us the topic English as an International Language. He describes the basic principles of English as an International Language and shares suggestions for dealing with the related theoretical and practical controversies. Listen to …
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Join us to hear Hannah Haase, language teacher, author, and pedagogical mentor at Robotel, as she shares with us how to motivate students to actually speak in English in class. She describes different ways teachers can do recording activities, kinesthetic activities, games focused on listening, and games focusing on speaking. Listen to hear more! -…
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Join us to hear Gulnorakhon Niyazova, senior teacher of English as EFL at Alisher Navai University of Uzbek Language and Literature in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, as she describes why it’s important for teachers to attend international conferences. She talks about how teacher can upgrade their teaching skills and get new ideas for different ways to teach…
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As the world becomes increasingly interconnected and interdependent, the importance of global competence has come to the fore. In 2018 it was even included in the PISA assessment test. In this episode we'll be looking at what it is, how it differs from intercultural competence, factors that are key for its development, as well as at some thinking r…
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Join us to hear Maria Zaheer, the founder of Educational Webinar Jam and a Senior Fellow in Higher Education, based at Al Yamama University in Saudi Arabia, as she shares best practices for optimizing teacher-to-teacher collaboration both within and across university departments. She describes how teacher-to-teacher collaboration proves to be an ef…
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Join us to hear Rawan Saqfalhett, a secondary school teacher who teaches in Jericho in the West Bank in the Palestinian Territories, as she talks about the challenges she and her students face. Rawan gives some insights into how patience and understanding, and cultural programs can help the students succeed. Listen to hear more! --- Send in a voice…
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Join us to hear David Bozetarnik, from the Higher Colleges of Technology in the United Arab Emirates, as he shares best practices for promoting virtual reality at your school, college, or university. He talks about how he first got involved with virtual reality and how teachers can promote it to other teachers and get them interested in it. Listen …
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Join us to hear Majed Buledi, from the International Islamic University in Malaysia, as he shares best practices for pedagogical technological integration with digital natives. He identifies the steps involved in technological integration levels, and how such levels impact learners’ task engagement in a walled classroom through digital platforms. L…
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Join us to hear Kamiya Abdulkhakimovar, Senior Lecturer at the College of Humanities and Education at KIMEP University in Kazakhstan, as she shares best practices for teaching online synchronous classes. She identifies the steps involved in the transition to synchronized online learning and assessed its effectiveness at KIMEP University. Listen to …
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Join us to hear Jessica March and Raja Mallek Baloul, English instructors from the Achievement Academy at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates as they share an exciting initiative to introduce students to the UNESCO 2022 Goals for Education for Sustainable Development. The presenters will describe how they have collaborate…
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Join us to hear Gulnoza Radjabova, an English teacher at Uzbekistan State World Languages University in Tashkent, as she shares different ways we can use corpus linguistics tools available on the internet to drive writing instruction. She shares how she uses these tools with her own students to improve their writing.” Listen to hear more! Currently…
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Join us to hear Sweta Kumari and Aieshah Arif, Writing Instructors at New York University Abu Dhabi, as they share their thoughts on why there are lingering biases towards “standardized Englishes” from mainly “white” post-British colony countries, especially in academia, rather than accepting varieties of English from “non-white” post-British colon…
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