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Last class

I had my last face to face class with my blogging group today. It was a great class and we covered a huge range of topics from the native people and languages of the Canary islands to the location of … Continue reading

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Questions, questions, questions

  My emailing experiment is coming to a close. We’re having our last face to face class tomorrow (Wednesday). I have collected almost 300 emails in the last three months (well,288 to be precise). Emails from me to the class, … Continue reading

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You’ve got mail

The email experiment continues …. Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been experimenting with emails and extending  my classes beyond the classroom. In the first post I wrote about the experiment,  Every lesson tells a story,  I described how … Continue reading

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The story continues

A few days ago I wrote a post  about how I’m using email with one of my classes as a way to extend our lessons, and the learning process,  beyond the classroom.  In that post I looked at the summaries … Continue reading

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Every lesson tells a story …

[This post was initially written in two parts. Part two, which talks about using stories for teacher observations, can now be found here. ] I recently started a course with a class of intermediate, adult students.  One of the things … Continue reading

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