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  • Adult Learning: How do adults learn best?

    should use reinforcement only to maintain consistent, positive behaviour. Retention Students must retain information from classes in order to benefit from the learning. The instructors’ jobs are not finished until they have assisted the learner in...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/adult-learning
  • Should we focus on teaching or content?

    on teaching not content; content delivery changes all the time depending on the make-up of the class e.g. In mixed ability classes, the pacing and delivery of the content is affected. Bilbiography Stacey Donaldson, Teachers of the Future: Using New...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/should-we-focus-on-teaching-or-content
  • Graded readers in ELT: the benefits and ways of using them

    class time available. If you do have time to make the reading part of the class there are many ways to go about it. Some classes like to read silently, others like to read aloud in small groups and some enjoy being read to by the teacher. However you go...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/graded-readers-in-elt-the-benefits-and-ways-of-using-them
  • Andragogy and the Riddle of the Sphinx

    productive school period of the year stretching from January until May, is not wasted. Secondly, transference to online classes supportsstudents, especially in times of turmoil. The British Council launches specialized courses for adapting lessons into...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/andragogy-and-the-riddle-of-the-sphinx
  • 2 Teaching positions (for September 2011)

    an asset. Afternoon hours (4pm – 8pm). Salary plus IKA. Very friendly environment. Also part-time teacher needed for Junior Classes. Must be native speaker competent and experienced. Living locally would be preferable. Please contact Jennifer or Andrew...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/2-teaching-positions-for-september-2011
  • Teaching Materials and Young Learners

    or disagreeing, etc. in very real and contextualised situations. •developing their personality Children attending our classes are all different. Each of them has a potential in the different intelligences that needs to be developed: musical,...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/teaching-materials-and-young-learners
  • Ten Ideas for Interactive Teaching

    blogs and write diary-style entries while role-playing as someone central to the content being discussed. Puzzle Pieces: Classes are sectioned into different teams, each with a separate goal to accomplish during the period. At the end of planning, the...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/ten-ideas-for-interactive-teaching
  • Reflections of an active teacher of EFL

    observe those colleagues –and be observed by them – if they chose to implement the ideas, techniques or approaches in their classes. And it was miraculous how we became presenters, trainers, developers of others. Sharing is caring. So to wrap it all up,...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/reflections-of-an-active-teacher-of-efl
  • Why am I losing client momentum? OR The Empty School Syndrome

    If this is positive awareness, the chances are on our side. Once the children of the potential clients reach the first classes of elementary school and choice of an FLS becomes an issue, consideration comes into play. Consideration is what brings...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/why-am-i-losing-client-momentum-or-the-empty-school-syndrome
  • Lifelong Learning and Educators: Do We Really Need to Pursue Further Studies?

    adopt with the ultimate goal of enhancing our skills, thus offering the best to our students. Hours upon hours of attending classes, expanding your knowledge and incorporating new educational techniques will eventually bear fruit when put into practice....

    https://www.eltnews.gr/lifelong-learning-and-educators-do-we-really-need-to-pursue-further-studies
  • Writing here, writing there ...

    enough for the students to decide that the task, as originally proposed, might not be so bad after all. Why bother? Your classes can be perfectly complete without needing to write on plastic, stone, foil or eggs. But it can be fun and, if presented as...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/writing-here,-writing-there
  • Ten Ideas for Interactive Teaching

    blogs and write diary-style entries while role-playing as someone central to the content being discussed. Puzzle Pieces: Classes are sectioned into different teams, each with a separate goal to accomplish during the period. At the end of planning, the...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/ten-ideas-for-interactive-teaching
  • Teacher Development: Educational Trend or Necessity?

    and teacher-led activities that support teachers' autonomy, as well as reading books and journal articles, taking online classes, and attending professional development conferences and learning communities as well as performing action research are...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/teacher-development-educational-trend-or-necessity
  • Teaching Dyslexic Learners Online

    need guidance on how to deal with the new situation. Here is a list of what EFL teachers can do to ensure that their online classes are dyslexia friendly. By Elisavet Spati Help them establish a new routine Simply telling them that at 5.00 p.m. their...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/teaching-dyslexic-learners-online
  • A class full of Young Learners: Teacher’s expectations and focal points in the EFL/ESL classroom

    of children who initiate pre-school about the age of three. Conventionally, they are referred to as Nursery English classes in the EFL/ESL learning environment. During this level, also named kindergarten and reception, ages range from three to five...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/a-class-full-of-young-learners-teacher’s-expectations-and-focal-points-in-the-efl-esl-classroom
  • Teaching English ‘the Greek way’

    mere miming of grammar rules and vocabulary with no real practice. That is why we should all embody translation in our classes right from the beginning no matter the age or level of our students, starting with the correct learning of the English grammar...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/teaching-english-the-greek-way
  • Password to Vocabulary Retention

    really matter, the game works in the same way. The game needs at least 4 students and can be used from A1 to C2 level classes. Next, call one member from each team to the front and show the ‘password’ to them. Make sure that no one else sees it and the...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/password-to-vocabulary-retention
  • Fluent: Learn a New Language by Browsing the Web

    true as we age. For those who pursue the goal to converse in a foreign tongue, there are a plethora of courses, apps, classes, and other ways to learn. However, most of those choices can only get you to a level of casual understanding instead of...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/fluent-learn-a-new-language-by-browsing-the-web
  • Scott Thornbury talks about commercially produced coursebooks and neoliberalism in education

    students are seated, except when monitoring group or pair work (and even then it may be best to pull up a chair). In small classes, teaching should take place around a single table. All the teacher’s questions must be “real” questions (such as “Do you...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/scott-thornbury-talks-about-commercially-produced-coursebooks-and-neoliberalism-in-education
  • Thoughts on Preparing Candidates for the Cambridge English Exams Speaking and Writing Papers

    test. In this article, we will outline a broader framework for channelling teacher and learner energies in exam preparation classes. Bob Obee, Professional Support Leader Cambridge Exams SE Europe Our focus here too is the productive papers: Speaking...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/thoughts-on-preparing-candidates-for-the-cambridge-english-exams-speaking-and-writing-papers

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