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Is This Valid Feedback?

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My book "Principled Possibilities - Ideas for Teaching" has just been accepted onto the Amazon Kindle site. You can find it here: Kindle Link with a look inside and a free preview.Principled Possibilities - Ideas for Teaching is a unique publication representing the summation of four years of graduate study, and my own experiences, discoveries, experiments and successes over eight years of teaching English language learners…See More
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https://magic.piktochart.com/output/6913700-how-are-youWell, I've finally found a reason to try designing an infographic. I've seen them on many sites, like Pinterest, but not known how to create them myself. I found a simple, free service that takes much of the pain out of the exercise, called https://magic.piktochart.com/.My motivation is continually hearing my…See More
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Back to Work in Taiwan

Hi everyone. I know it's been a long time since I posted, so my apologies for that. Since 2012, I moved back home for a while, worked for James Cook University in Singapore, worked briefly for the British Council in an amazing project in remote Myanmar, and now I'm working at a small junior high school in Taiwan, one of my favourite countries.With some luck, I'll post again and contribute some more resources soon.See More
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Moving from Taiwan to Australia

Just a quick post to let you know I'm moving back to Australia in early July to take up an Assoc. Lecturer's position with the University of Southern Queensland in Toowoomba.I will miss Taiwan, but it will be nice to spend a few years back close to my family and children. So, if I've been quiet lately (and for a bit longer) its to do with that big change. I hope you understand.While I know I'll be working with online students in their EAP program, I don't have many other details yet. Needless…See More
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Is This Valid Feedback?

Is feedback given after five minutes of classroom observation valid?I teach EFL in a Taiwanese primary school and my principal feels she can give me useful feedback about classroom activities based on up to five minutes of observation. More seriously, that it is her duty to do so. She justifies this without knowing the lesson plan, the related curriculum goals, the purpose of the activity, how it fits into the progression of lessons, what went before it in that lesson, or what will follow it…See More
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Update: My Book Is Now Available on Kindle

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My book "Principled Possibilities - Ideas for Teaching" has just been accepted onto the Amazon Kindle site. You can find it here: Kindle Link with a look inside and a free preview.

Principled Possibilities - Ideas for Teaching is a unique publication representing the summation of four years of graduate study, and my own experiences, discoveries, experiments and successes over eight years of teaching English language…

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Back to Work in Taiwan

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Hi everyone. I know it's been a long time since I posted, so my apologies for that. Since 2012, I moved back home for a while, worked for James Cook University in Singapore, worked briefly for the British Council in an amazing project in remote Myanmar, and now I'm working at a small junior high school in Taiwan, one of my favourite countries.
With some luck, I'll post again and contribute some more resources soon.

35 Ways of Using Word Clouds in Language Teaching

Posted on May 2, 2013 at 10:56pm 0 Comments

I posted this originally on my own blog here:

http://www.teachergreg.com/1/post/2013/05/35-ways-of-using-word-clouds-in-language-learning.html

There are many possibilities for using word clouds in language courses. I've listed around 35 of them here with a few hints on what to do.



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Moving from Taiwan to Australia

Posted on June 21, 2012 at 6:38am 0 Comments

Just a quick post to let you know I'm moving back to Australia in early July to take up an Assoc. Lecturer's position with the University of Southern Queensland in Toowoomba.

I will miss Taiwan, but it will be nice to spend a few years back close to my family and children. So, if I've been quiet lately (and for a bit longer) its to do with that big change. I hope you understand.

While I know I'll be working with online students in their EAP program, I don't have many other…

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At 12:06pm on September 25, 2011,
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Greg,

 

Also wanted to say - Love the Look of this page!

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Welcome to EFL Classroom, Greg. I'm Susan, and an Aussie too.
 
 
 

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