Monthly Archives: September 2011

Compare and contrast (a blog challenge)

This is a very quick blog post in response to a blogging gauntlet thrown down by Brad Patterson and Anne Hodgson. Being basically indecisive I couldn’t come up with just one answer, so here are three. By the way, Brad … Continue reading

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eltchat summary : affective & effective teaching

After three months of clashing schedules, last week I was finally able to return to #eltchat (if you don’t know what it is, please scroll to the bottom of the summary).  And not only did I attend both chats  (well … Continue reading

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A journey in languages

I’m feeling a bit shy … maybe even a bit sheepish … as I come back to blogging after such a long time away, and a bit unsure about where to start. This is a post that’s been playing in … Continue reading

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