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  • 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
  • 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
  • Kahoot! & Cambridge English partner

    and vocabulary aligned to their CEFR level, something they would also be doing at school. They are ideal for online classes and can also be for independent learning.” Craig Narveson, VP of Content Partnerships at Kahoot! added: “We are very excited to...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/kahoot-cambridge-english-partner
  • How important is pronunciation for the teacher’s and student’s confidence?

    pronunciation! Pronunciation has been a nemesis for many language learners out there. Often overlooked in English language classes for a number of reasons; sometimes due to the teacher’s fear of teaching pronunciation, some other times because we are...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/how-important-is-pronunciation-for-the-teacher’s-and-student’s-confidence
  • 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
  • Washback effect: from assessment theory to teaching and learning practice

    p. 132). Under these circumstances, positive washback means that there is no use of discriminating between general language classes and examination preparation courses and language teachers do not end up serving as examination coaches but maintain their...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/washback-effect-from-assessment-theory-to-teaching-and-learning-practice
  • Flipped learning for a world turned upside down

    Ministry of Education has encouraged the use of flipped learning in contexts where educators are unable to meet with their classes in person. Undeniably this change of approach does have implications for the role of teachers in their students’ language...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/flipped-learning-for-a-world-turned-upside-down
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Preparing Your Students for EFL Exams

    As the school year begins and we have students entering exams classes, we have to make certain decisions so as to make the school year a successful one for both us and our students. The first such decision that needs to be made is which exam we should...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/preparing-your-students-for-efl-exams
  • Why should an English-language proficiency test be backed by research?

    asked to submit scores from a language test to demonstrate that they can cope with the language demands their university classes require. By Spiros Papageorgiou As such, developers of these language tests should be establishing a rigorous program of...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/why-should-an-english-language-proficiency-test-be-backed-by-research
  • 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
  • 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
  • L2 Language Learning for Senior Learners: dissecting the construct of examination-oriented class and infusing transferable skills

    In this part, the benefits of examination oriented L2 learning are discussed. Running examination-preparation L2 classes can be beneficial and creative. Exam-oriented L2 learning has been heavily disfavoured, as it is deemed to encourage automatic...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/l2-language-learning-for-senior-learners-dissecting-the-construct-of-examination-oriented-class-and-infusing-transferable-skills
  • Effectively Teaching Grammar: What Works (and What Doesn't Work)

    topic? Educators do disagree on what types of grammar teaching methods are effective. Some teachers begin their English classes with standard grammar exercises. Others pass out worksheets that require circling and underlining parts of speech. Some spend...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/effectively-teaching-grammar-%20what-works-and-what-doesn-t-work
  • Dealing with uncooperative exam candidates

    Our first step is to get to know the learner. This might be easier said than done, especially if the learner keeps missing classes or failing to turn up for tutorials. If we manage to surpass those first obstacles and get the learner to speak to us, we...

    https://www.eltnews.gr/dealing-with-uncooperative-exam-candidates
  • 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
  • Alexandroupoli

    https://www.eltnews.gr/past-fora/15th-flf/alexandroupoli

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