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Review of 2 e-safety websites

E-safety is such an important issue that should be of concern to anyone using the web. Two websites I’ve recently visited which tackle this issue and provide some tips of how to use on-line resources safely and securely.  The first … Continue reading

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The Digital Divide in Egyptian Educational Institutions

This blog attempts at applying some of the issues raised in M. Warschauer’s article “Dissecting the Digital Divide“to the current situation in our schools and/or universities. The first relevant point I found in the article was the idea of the digital divide … Continue reading

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Open Education Resources for EFL Teachers

Adopting a fresh approach to searching for OER materials for EFL teachers, I’ve found two interesting sources. The first is MERLOTII which offers a broad spectrum of resources on a variety of disciplines. Going through the side-bar menu, I’ve accessed … Continue reading

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CELTA Week 5, evening 10

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Evening 10 (Thurs 2012-02-09) Teaching Practice TP2 I was teaching this evening. One of four trainees, each teaching 30 mins, 10 students, on the theme of air travel.  I was the first to go on.…

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Creative Commons License EFL Materials

Searching for online ESL teaching materials that are not copyrighted was far from easy. I tried a variety of search words, until I just typed “Creative Commons License EFL Materials” in the search box. As an English language instructor, the … Continue reading

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Solving your difficulties as an EFL teacher – An #EFLproblems update

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The Professional Development team here at OUP is helping to solve your EFL teaching problems by answering your questions every two weeks right here on our blog. Recently, we’ve posted the following blogs in…

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#EFLproblems – Monitoring pair work

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We’re helping to solve your EFL teaching problems by answering your questions every two weeks. This week, Stacey Hughes responds to Susanna’s blog comment about monitoring pair work. Susanna wrote: I wonder what the…

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