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#TBLTChat 8: The theory behind TBLT. 

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

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#TBLTChat 8: vote for a topic.

Thank you everyone so much for the return of traffic to this humble corner of the internet. Please take a minute to vote for the next topic for #TBLTChat on Tuesday 9th May 0:00-23:59 GMT (not BST).

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#TBLTChat 8: call for topics

It has been a while since the last #TBLTChat. Let’s have one on 9th May 2017, 0:00 – 23:59 GMT (not BST).  What would you like to discuss? Leave a comment below! Please! 

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#TBLTChat 7: Needs Analysis & Syllabus Design

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. 

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#TBLTChat 7: Vote for the topic

So, two topics for the poll today. Vote for the topic for Tuesday 0:00-23:59 GMT. Get voting and see you on Tuesday.

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All Seven and we watch them fall: #TBLTChat 7

I know, I know, you’ve been waiting for it. Well, the next #TBLTChat needs your topics. When: 7th February 2017 (Tuesday), 0:00 GMT until 0:00 GMT on the 8th.  Topic: propose it in the comments. Poll on Sunday till Monday.  … Continue reading

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#TBLTChat 5: Practical ways to Focus on Form during the task cycle

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. 

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