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by Hynds

Author: Hynds
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Christopher-Gordon Pub (January 1, 1994)
Category: Teaching and Education
Rating: 4.1
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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780926842281. Release Date:August 1993.

At this stage you should make typographical corrections only; revision of the substance of the.

As Richards (2015) points out, however, there are two dimensions to successful learning: what happens inside classrooms and what happens outside them. At this stage you should make typographical corrections only; revision of the substance of the.

I was somewhat disappointed with the latter part of this book, as even though one is made aware of the issues, most of it is rather too highbrow to be able to use in class

This book provides both structured activities to get students speaking and ideas for developing confidence in using English outside the classroom.

This book provides both structured activities to get students speaking and ideas for developing confidence in using English outside the classroom. Essentially, this book: examines the different approaches and activities that can be used for teaching and testing speaking. covers areas of speech such as articulation, fluency and register. looks at classroom approaches such as drilling, discussions, drama, dialogues and conversation.

4 Making thinking visible in the English classroom: nurturing a creative mind-set. 37 Chrysa Papalazarou This chapter looks at how we can encourage creative thinking in the English classroom by using artful visual stimuli and the Visible Thinking approach.

How we arrange the learning environment/the classroom. By saying ‘rules’, we don’t mean to act like the police and scare the learners off, actually what we can do first is to ask the students to work in groups/pairs and come up with classroom rules they would like to enact and the types of punishments to be exercised if they fail to comply with the rules.

When reflective learning exercises are displayed visually in the classroom . Manipulate abstract ideas and make connections to an advanced degree.

This board of mindset moments is one example of this principle in action. By encouraging students to pin their learnings or shifted mindsets to the board, this provides a great opportunity for guided reflection. Even outside of the classroom this technique is well as a creative learning technique. Pictured above is the bulletin board from a TEDxSummit.

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