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Kyle Winn

Kyle Winn is very smart as a teacher and mentor!

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Media Literacy

There has been a lot of talk lately about "fake news" and preparing our students to recognize it and be aware of it. In a word teaching "Media Literacy" - a subset of the larger "Digital Literacy". Our students have …

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Hi everyone!

Hi everyone! Nice to be a part of this great community.

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Recent ELT Professionals Discussions

We have a booming and lively knowledge based group of teachers - ELT Professionals on LinkedIn. 

Take a look at these most recent discussions, start your own and join in!

Recent Topics:

1. This…

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December Mid Month Updates

Gif Lingua will have a new facelift Jan. 01.  So many amazing books and materials added each day! 

Thinking of using…

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Top Xmas PPTs

Here are 3 of our most popular Christmas powerpoint games. You'll enjoy using these in class!

1.  Pass The Paper Christmas Carol Version.  Students pass the paper and then have to sing the Christmas Carol when the music stops (if they have the paper). …

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Top Xmas PPTs

Here are 3 of our most popular Christmas powerpoint games. You'll enjoy using these in class!

1.  Pass The Paper Christmas Carol Version.  Students pass the paper and then have to sing the Christmas Carol when the music stops (if they have the paper). …

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50 holiday activities for Teaching English

We have loads of holiday related materials. Get a start on our Christmas page or in our resources.

Also some nice full lessons in our…

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My list of 14 valuable resources that will help you to learn English without being bored

While studying English on my own, I found a lot of handy and interesting websites that I want to share with you. If cramming is not for you, do not be upset, there are many fun and engaging ways to learn a foreign language.

In this post, I offer you fourteen useful resources that will make the…

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Top 20 Resources

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We have a great community! Pioneering, always fresh.  So much to help teachers. See these testimonials from members.   Here are the top 20 things that make our community special - by no means all of them!…

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Movies and Philosophies of Education

I've always enjoyed teaching this module - Philosophy of Education, during my years educating teachers. Part of the module consisting of watching scenes from movies and discussing, debating what philosophy of education they represented.

Here is a nice powerpoint outlining the major philosophies of education. Also includes links to the movies to show students or watch yourself to quiz.    Interested in what movies about teaching other teachers recommend? Go…

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Top 5 Classroom Organization Techniques

Although a job of a teacher gives you ample opportunities to freely experiment and show your creativity to the fullest thus bringing the world of knowledge closer to children, you can sometimes get pretty overwhelmed by numerous files, loads of teaching material and other additional material such as crayons, stickers and markers. While some people seem to thrive in chaos, teachers cannot afford the time nor energy to work in a messy environment. As school activities usually require a lot of…

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November Mid Month Updates

I hope everyone is having a great time teaching this month.  Here are just some of the most recent and recommended things posted on the community!  Cheers,

David 

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1. Thanksgiving.  Yes,…

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Teaching & learning about Ethics

Also posted elsewhere on these pages - here's a top 10 list of resources readily primed for advanced level learners concerned about what is looking like an apocalyptic & dystopian new world order!



The links were used to good effect in the classroom at a British school in Valencia & should then translate to being engaging primers for debates in EFL settings including flipped classroom models.



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Go by playgrounds, teachers.

A poem I wrote based on Leonard Cohen's famous "Go by brooks, my love." See all my poetry on my poetry blog. If interested in using poetry in the classroom, this page will be valuable.

See his song Suzanne with a nice lyric listening sheet…

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Write & Improve – ELiT launch free new service for language learners

A simple new tool is making learning English a whole lot easier. Write & Improve, a new service from a joint venture between Cambridge University Press, ILexIR, and Cambridge English enables learners to submit their written work online and receive detailed feedback almost instantly.

Spelling, vocabulary, grammar and some aspects on style such as register and punctuation are all taken into account, with users receiving feedback in around 15 seconds. All feedback is automated,…

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Mid October Updates

Dear EFL Classroom 2.0 members,

Please see a quick summary of some of the most recent resources on the community.  Also use our New Resources Magazine or follow us on FB to get notified of new things. 

Missed the last…

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Mid - September Updates

Dear EFL Classroom 2.0 members,

Just a quick email to let you know about new resources on the community. Please let other teachers know about us - registration will get 2 emails per month with updates on new resources. 

Don't forget our constantly updated PD magazine and also…

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Teaching Recipes - lots of ideas

I was going through our "sites" of the day and really kind of taking joy at this list of resources. Solid sites that help educators. But I noticed one glaring hole -- Teaching Recipes.



Teaching Recipes is a site where you…

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EFL Classroom Now Totally Free

Our community is huge, it's wonderful, it has so much. However, as my own personal contribution to this profession I love, it sometimes entails hard work and some hard decisions. 

I've thought lots about how to continue to keep EFL Classroom 2.0 available to teachers in this changing age of technology, social…

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