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#ELTchat Summaries 2014

Does teaching style influence the outcome of a lesson? An #ELTchat summary (03/12/2014)

Following my failed attempt at starting the reflection and info-packed blog I'd envisaged this would be, I'm making a comeback today with the summary of this week's #ELTchat whose topic I suggested following a staffroom discussion I had with a CELTA trainer colleague last week.

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#ELTchat - Teaching English in a country other than yours: opportunities and challenges (12th November)

ELTchat is a weekly twitter chat for ELT professionals all over the world. Each Wednesday at 12pm or 21.00pm GMT a different teaching related topic is discussed. You can submit and vote for topics here: http://eltchat.org/wordpress/ This week's topic was teaching English in a country other than yours: opportunities and challenges.

Wednesday, October 1st: Flipped learning in English language classes - What is the best use of your face-to-face time...

ELTchat is a group of ELT professionals discussing topics of interest every Wednesday at 12pm or 9pm on rotation. Every Saturday, one of the moderators puts up a blog post on the #ELTchat Blog asking teachers who follow #ELTchat to propose some topics for the next charts.

#ELTchat summary - "The Value of Blended Learning" (15/10/14)

ELTchat is a weekly Twitter get together of teaching professionals who give their thoughts on a hot topic of the day. Please join the chat every Wednesday, and beforehand remember to either suggest or vote for a topic of your choosing. Find the latest information on upcoming chats at eltchat.org This week's topic was something...

Differentiated Instruction in Classes of Differing Ability #ELTchat Summary 22/10/2014

ELTchat is a group of ELT professionals discussing topics of interest every Wednesday at 12pm or 9pm on rotation. Every Saturday, one of the moderators puts up a blog post on the #ELTchat Blog asking teachers who follow #ELTchat to propose some topics for the next charts.

Wednesday, October 29th: How to Activate Passive Vocabulary With Advanced Students

ELTchat is a group of ELT professionals discussing topics of interest every Wednesday at 12pm or 9pm on rotation. Every Saturday, one of the moderators puts up a blog post on the #ELTchat Blog asking teachers who follow #ELTchat to propose some topics for the next charts.

Thoughts and Ramblings: #ELTchat Summary 24th September 2014

We were not many in number for the chat this week, but had a full complement of moderators, together with around 20 participants. That didn't stop the plethora of interesting comments which were tweeted during the hour.

Thoughts and Ramblings: #ELTchat Summary 11th June - How can we show that our profession should be respected? Do we n...

That's a mouthful of a title for an extremely useful and motivating discussion. Teachers from many corners of the world met for #ELTchat on twitter last Wednesday evening to try to make sense of it- and suggest some alternatives to change the situation.

Thoughts and Ramblings: ELTchat summary 18th June 2014. What tech do you think is particularly effective in a classro...

I caught the dying moments of this ELTchat, but again it was my topic which had been chosen for discussion, so I don't begrudge the time taken to write the summary :-) @Shaunwilden threw out the question to start the chat off.

#ELTchat summary

Summer is here. In some parts of the world, the sun is shining (not in the north of Spain). Classes are over and so is #ELTchat. I must admit that I joined ELTchat group recently but it has provided me with a lot of ideas and feedback from great professionals.

How can we make in-class feedback interesting varied and useful? #ELTChat Summary 17/12/2014

by Marjorie Rosenberg Several of us gathered together for the last eltchat of 2014 to discuss the topic of making in-class feedback both varied and useful. The topic was kicked off by defining the topic a bit more exactly and asking some pertinent questions: Marisa_C: It's all about feedback after tasks - how to vary it and make it more useful.

What, deep down, motivates our learners? How can teachers connect with what truly matters to them? #ELTchat Summary 1...

by Marjorie Rosenberg This lively chat got off to a roaring start as elt chatters commented on what motivation is and the different types that show up in the classroom. These continued throughout the chat although other topics came up in the meantime. These were that were at the beginning of the chat.