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SAILING THE SEA OF CTRL C + V by Rob Howard

the copy and paste pirates                                                                    © copyright 2016 CNN By now, I’m sure we’ve all seen the Melania Trump speech that plagiarized Michelle Obama. […]

EFLtalks answers – 10 in 10 for YOU

EFLtalks, talks for teachers, in keeping with the idea of producing new, creative and innovative methods of providing Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to EFL teachers […]

Flipping Feedback: Screencasting Feedback on Student Essays by Ron Martinez

By: Ron Martinez, PhD          January 8th, 2016      Last semester I was faced with a larger-than-usual senior composition class for English majors—which of course […]

Recipes for the Unteachable by David Petrie

Posted  Jan 4, 2016 Are there controversial topics that you want to teach, but you do not know how? Do you think your students might […]

Introducing our free new ebook – Parsnips in ELT: Stepping out of the comfort zone (Vol. 2)

By Adam Simpson Posted on January 3, 2016 by Adam   It’s 2016, and what better way to start the new year than with a […]

LOOK WHO’S EFLTALKING by Rob Howard

October 4th, 2015 marked the eve of WORLD TEACHERS’ DAY, a fitting reason to kick-off a worldwide webathon for EFL teachers. 10 in 10 for […]

The Good, The Bad, And The Online by Rob Howard

How many of you have ever been introduced as an English teacher at a party and the first response is “Can you help me?” This […]

Should I mind my own Beeswax? by Rob Howard

WELL, EXCUSE ME! I made the mistake today of commenting on a colleague’s Facebook post, an English teacher from Russia, mentioning that the expression she […]

FLUENCY: Fact, Fiction or Farce by Rob Howard

Having been in the business of English teaching for 12 years now, you can imagine how often I see and hear the word fluency. Everyone wants […]

34 experts offer their tips for English fluency by Jason R Levine

by Jason R. Levine What does it take to become fluent? The Internet is teeming with suggestions, instructions, and procedures for how to speak fluent English. […]

THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT by Phil Wade

I was brought up with the idea that the customer is always right. When I started helping out my grandparents in their shop, the customer […]

PRESENT PERFECT(ly) by Rob Howard

CHEERS Last year, while having a pint in Curitiba with the boys (my teachers Stephen, Simon and Fionn), Stephen and I were discussing what he […]

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