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Malachy Scullion
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Malachy Scullion replied to Malachy Scullion's discussion 'The Chris/Michelle/Robyn Challenge - 200 jobs for students in class'
"Let's introduce Miranda to our merry little dicussion and list of jobs for students. See how she does at extending the list. :)"
Feb 12

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Malachy Scullion replied to Malachy Scullion's discussion 'The Chris/MichellerRobyn Challenge - 200 jobs for students in class'
"Let's welcome Robyn to the challenge. Her angle for providing jobs for students in class is skills-based. She will provide up to 50 jobs for students based on speaking, listening, reading and writing tasks. Good luck Robyn."
Dec 19, 2015

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Brendan Kellams left a comment for Malachy Scullion
"Thanks!  I need to make this a regular habit.  This looks like it can provide lots of useful ideas! =)"
Dec 19, 2015

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Isabel Rose replied to Malachy Scullion's discussion 'The Izzy Challenge - Learning Styles - 200 Activities that cater to Visual/Auditory/Kinesthetic/Tactile learners.'
"Ok, here's a few to start with... VISUAL 1. Consequence monsters / animals. Students should draw an animal's or monster's head on a piece of scrap paper then fold it over with the bottom sticking out as guidelines for the next…"
Jun 1, 2014

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"Welcome big bear!"
May 26, 2014

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The Izzy Challenge - Learning Styles - 200 Activities that cater to Visual/Auditory/Kinesthetic/Tactile learners.

MULTI-SENSORY LEARNINGThe VAK learning style uses the three main sensory receivers: Visual, Auditory, and Kinesthetic (movement) to determine the dominant learning style. It is sometimes known as VAKT (Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, & Tactile). It is based onmodalities—channels by which human expression can take place and is composed of a combination of perception and memory.VAK is derived from the accelerated learning world and seems to be about the most popular model nowadays due to its…See More
May 25, 2014

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"Hi Cathy, Welcome to this site. Hope you find it useful."
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Aug 24, 2013

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Christopher Hoade replied to Malachy Scullion's discussion 'The Chris Challenge - Multiple Intelligences - 50 ways to incorporate music/song/rhythm in the classroom'
"Well Malachy, between ddeubel and I we have 100. Does that count? :D"
Jul 11, 2013

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Christopher Hoade replied to Malachy Scullion's discussion 'The Chris Challenge - Multiple Intelligences - 50 ways to incorporate music/song/rhythm in the classroom'
"Thanks ddeubel, We weren't aware that you had done a list already! Cheers for forever expanding our knowledge-base. haha"
Jul 11, 2013

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ddeubel replied to Malachy Scullion's discussion 'The Chris Challenge - Multiple Intelligences - 50 ways to incorporate music/song/rhythm in the classroom'
"Yes, nice list.    You might enter this as a post in Eva's edition of the ELT Blog Carnival? She's asking for a song but I'm sure will post up something like this.  I like the idea of humming. Can you hum in…"
Jul 11, 2013

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At 12:08am on May 27, 2014,
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Brendan Kellams
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Thanks!  I need to make this a regular habit.  This looks like it can provide lots of useful ideas! =)

At 7:04pm on April 13, 2009,
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Ellen Pham
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Hi Malachy! Thank you for creating the China group- I will start inviting my friends... is it your first year teaching EFL? What is it like to teach in China? I look forward to hearing more about your adventures : )

Ahh... now for a group for Ireland ; )
At 11:11pm on November 27, 2008,
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