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Everyone, thanks for voting. Our #TBLTChat on Tuesday 9th May will be on the theory behind TBLT. Here is some background reading: Slideshow by Kris Van Den Branden. Advertisements
OK, teachers. Looks like we’re looking at the big picture tomorrow. Needs analysis and syllabus design. Time: 0:00 – 23:59 GMT. Don’t forget the #TBLTChat hashtag.
Hello again. It has been a while, hasn’t it? The next #TBLTChat on Twitter is scheduled for Tuesday 13th December from 0:00 GMT until 0:00 GMT on the 14th. This topic was suggested by Mura Nava, and there is a bit … Continue reading
It was decided! We are going with Focus on Form (what learners are trying to communicate) not Focus on FormS (pre-planned teaching of discrete language points, usually prescriptive grammar). See you 18th October, midnight till 18:00 GMT.
So, one suggestion through Twitter by Helen becomes our fourth chat. Fourth! It’s almost a habit now! Tuesday 20th September from 10am in Australia till 10pm in Alaska. (midnight of 20th September GMT until 6am of the 21st GMT). So, … Continue reading
Hey! 30th August is #TBLTChat 3, just in time for back to school or ‘where were you while I was waiting for back to school?’ Let’s look at pretasks and supporting tasks, the cats that never get the cream, the … Continue reading
#TBLTchat ters, thanks a lot for your continued support. This fortnight’s chat is all about materials in TBLT. Authentic? What is authentic? Corpus-based or corpus-informed? Pedagogical-tasks? How do you get learners to access materials that might be complex? How do … Continue reading