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26th EFL / ESL / ELL Blog Carnival

Welcome to the February 1, 2012 edition of the EFL / ESL / ELL Blog Carnival.

Lots of FUN posts that will certainly bring FUN into your classroom. 

Thanks to everyone who participated and thanks for your patience while we got this posted! Please share on twitter/facebook and get the word out about these marvelous posts.

 

The next blog carnival will be hosted by  Adam at One Year (in the life of an English teacher) on March 1st. Get your entries in asap - the month will go by fast!  Send them to Adam or Larry Ferlazzoindicating "March Blog Carnival"

The 26th EFL / ESL / ELL Blog Carnival offerings


Eva Buyuksimkisyan presents New Year, New Beginnings - telling us about a lesson she used to start off the new year on the right foot. 

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Vicki Hollet inks Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor, Business English Teacher  relating what Business teachers did before their chosen profession.

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Cat Bethune presents Using post-it notes in the classroom  - full of sterling ideas. 

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Adam Simpson features The zombie apocalypse and its role in the ELT classroom « one year posted at one year, saying, "It's got zombies in it, what more do you want!?!?"

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Dani Lyra suggests Trying Out Web2.0: Spanish Apartment- Movie Activity - Cultural Differences - Movie Activity - Ice-Breaker posted at Trying Out Web2.0, saying, "An icebreaker and a movie activity"

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David Deubelbeiss declares  It's Not A Box! A post about getting creative and Synectics.

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Hakan Senturk presents Building your own PLN with Twitter posted at Te@ch Me, saying, "A practical guide to build your own personal learning network (PLN)."

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EnglishCentral shares Dictogloss + EnglishCentral = Learning describing how to use a dictogloss activity with a highly motivating video.

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Vicky Saumell shares Teaching English through songs in the digital age (part 1 of 4): Background readings and resources

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Larry Ferlazzo lists and describes The Best Fun Sites You Can Use For Learning Too.

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Naomi Epstein teaches Visualising Ideas - Notes for teachers on “How To Steal Like An Artist” 

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Sue Lyon-Jones presents Teaching With Technology - A Basic Checklist posted at The PLN Staff Lounge.

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Phil Wade  writes Thor attempts to go learner-centred in an observed DELTA lesson posted at alternativeEFLgurus.

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Chiew presents #ELTBITES Challenge: We like to move it, move it posted at a cLiL to cLiMB, saying, "Fun activity anytime, anywhere, any level. Useful to have in your bag of tricks!"

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Ana Cristina Pratas presents Take a Challenge, Accept a Dare posted at CristinaSkyBox, saying, "A posting with games for different levels."

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Mark Chapman describes Games to Teach English Grammar posted at The ESL Blog.

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Cheridy Aduviri enters Fun with Typografit, Flickr Poet, Vizlingo, and More for Jan 1st EFL/ESL/ELL Blog Carnival posted at When Tech Met Ed, saying, "Thanks. This was an inspiring theme!"

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Graham Stanley outlines Reward or Punishment: Gamification with Class Dojo

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Naomi Epstein presents Visualising Ideas - Student smelling their way to the Second Conditional posted at Visualising Ideas, saying, "When students get asked about the smell of dead fish and camel-poo things get very amusing!"

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Shelly Terrell organizes the  30 Goals Challenge # 7: Play and Have Fun! posted at Teacher Boot Camp

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Shelly Terrell presents Let's Play! 20+ Sites for Young Learners posted at Teacher Boot Camp.

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Marija Petreska Kitanoska shares PIRATE REVISION BOOK | TeacherMarija posted at Teachermarija.

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Austin Wood writes Sentence mining: Days 1-4 , saying, "My current endeavors focus on learning Russian, but the techniques and tips I share can be applied by learners of any language."

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Andy Maw presents ESL Lesson - Brainiac (Middle school)  Drawing, Acting, Who Am I?, Make a Sentence and Taboo. Lot's of fun!"

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Alfred Daniel Olivas presents Frog Dissections and Mummifications - Writing in Retrospect. posted at Mr Olivas' Site of Science (SOS!)

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Pei Jin Tsai tells us What 2-min video clip can bring to us? posted at Annie's Corner,  

 

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