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Making strides with metacognition

Gill Ragsdale explains the power of thinking aloud ‘We do not learn from experience…. we learn from reflecting on experience’,...
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Making strides with metacognition

Everything you need to know about EFL but they were afraid to tell you…

Wayne Trotman welcomes the new, complete, evidence-based guide THE CAMBRIDGE GUIDE TO LEARNING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE Edited by...
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Everything you need to know about EFL but they were afraid to tell you…

Is European ELT facing a continental shift?

Demography is the real danger, says Melanie Butler The mood in European EFL is generally glum. And it’s not just...
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Is European ELT facing a continental shift?

As a model for learners, RP is outdated and needs to be replaced

Is it time to dump Received Pronunciation? Most British people don’t use it any more and yet we keep teaching...
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As a model for learners, RP is outdated and needs to be replaced

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Trial and error fails for phrasal verbs

Study followed by retrieval practice may be a better way to learn new items than the popular trial and error method, so finds a...

EU special: Czeching it out

Declan Carey, an English teacher in Prague, gives you the low-down on teaching in the Czech Republic The Czech Republic is a fascinating country in...

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Making strides with metacognition

Gill Ragsdale explains the power of thinking aloud ‘We do not learn from experience…. we learn from reflecting on experience’, John Dewey, educational psychologist. One...

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