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Jennifer

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Self-Directed Professional Development with Anna Bartosik
203 item

Self-Directed Professional Development with Anna Bartosik

Self-Directed Professional Development with Anna Bartosik
203 item

Self-Directed Professional Development with Anna Bartosik

Teaching & Learning Vocabulary in #ELT
92 item

Teaching & Learning Vocabulary in #ELT

What should we keep doing in #ELT?
111 item

What should we keep doing in #ELT?

Time-Saving Tips
105 item

Time-Saving Tips

Supporting the Continuation of Learning and Teaching during COVID-19
129 item

Supporting the Continuation of Learning and Teaching during COVID-19

Anti-racism Resources
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Anti-racism Resources

Fake News? Misinformation and critical information literacy in #ELT.
85 item

Fake News? Misinformation and critical information literacy in #ELT.

Practical Gamification in the Classroom
116 item

Practical Gamification in the Classroom

Authentic Listening Materials
188 item

Authentic Listening Materials

Talking about Holidays in ELT
89 item

Talking about Holidays in ELT

Technology, Organization, Blended Learning & Online Learning
189 item

Technology, Organization, Blended Learning & Online Learning

Using Comics and Graphic Novels to Teach Language
92 item

Using Comics and Graphic Novels to Teach Language

Challenging Assumptions in #ELT
110 item

Challenging Assumptions in #ELT

Q5: How do you handle disagreements among students about sensitive issues?
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Q5: How do you handle disagreements among students about sensitive issues?

Q4: Is it better to wait for students to raise issues or is it an expected part of our work in ELT?
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Q4: Is it better to wait for students to raise issues or is it an expected part of our work in ELT?

Q3: Do settlement teachers have different responsibilities with regards to sensitive topics than teachers in general ESL or EAP programs?
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Q3: Do settlement teachers have different responsibilities with regards to sensitive topics than teachers in general ESL or EAP programs?

Q2: Do you try to avoid all things PARSNIP (politics, alcohol, religion, sex, narcotics, -isms, pork)? What do you do if a students brings up one of these topics?
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Q2: Do you try to avoid all things PARSNIP (politics, alcohol, religion, sex, narcotics, -isms, pork)? What do you do if a students brings up one of these topics?

Q1:  What are some examples of sensitive topics that you have encountered in your classroom? How did you deal with them?
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Q1: What are some examples of sensitive topics that you have encountered in your classroom? How did you deal with them?

March 26 #CdnELTchat: Discussing Sensitive Topics in ELT
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March 26 #CdnELTchat: Discussing Sensitive Topics in ELT

Q1: How do you give feedback to your students? Do you give feedback differently for the receptive skills than you do for the productive skills?
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Q1: How do you give feedback to your students? Do you give feedback differently for the receptive skills than you do for the productive skills?

Q2: How can we make feedback meaningful for students and less time-consuming for teachers? How much feedback is too much?
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Q2: How can we make feedback meaningful for students and less time-consuming for teachers? How much feedback is too much?

Q3: What ideas do you have to help learners attend to feedback? How do we make sure that learners not only read the feedback provided to them, but also act on it?
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Q3: What ideas do you have to help learners attend to feedback? How do we make sure that learners not only read the feedback provided to them, but also act on it?

Q4: Does feedback even make a difference to student learning?
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Q4: Does feedback even make a difference to student learning?