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We’ve all heard of the 4 Cs – collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, communication –, but what if there were other key skills and qualities? What about the power of curiosity, the value of empathy and the need for grit? Join me – and my guests – as we delve into these core skills in this podcast series and work out just what their importance is for students of English.
 
TTELT is a podcast for English language teachers who never seem to find the time for the professional development we want and need. Episodes include tips that we can implement in our classes this week, discussiions of journal articles and blogs in our field, and interviews with prominent, and not so prominent, teachers who have teaching tips they'd like to share. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/support
 
Dhamma as taught by the Buddha is simple and easy to practice. It is about ourselves and how we can be free from personal suffering. As suffering beings we are deluded about the truths of our body and mind. However, if we practice the Dhamma, we turn our attention to our body and our mind and unveil their true characteristics. Our suffering lessens as we gradually come to understand the Dhamma more and more.
 
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Just the phrase ‘academic English’ can sometimes make students – and teachers - feel nervous and afraid. In this episode, in the company of Tracey Costley from the University of Essex, we show that academic English doesn’t have to be quite as scary as it sounds, and that academic English can actually be accessible for everyone. In the field report,…
 
In this new series I am reading from my book Ten Steps To Teach English to Young Learners available now on Amazon! In this episode I am reading from Step 2: Materials for Teaching. This is part 1 of this chapter. Thanks for listening! Learn more about Dream English visit us at www.dreamenglish.com Check out my new picture book now shipping from Ama…
 
Melanie Gobert, a ‘veteran’ English language teacher who has worked as the past president of TESOL Arabia shares interesting tips for language acquisition - based on faulty myths. Discover the theories behind the myths and tips for acquiring language as adults, without grammar focus, and with your ‘mother tongue’! To learn more Tips on Language Lea…
 
Empathy has been described as the psychological “superglue” that connects people, yet today it is in decline. In this episode, I’ll be looking at why this is, its importance, what steps we can take to cultivate it, as well as a few ideas for the classroom.بقلم Marketing-LM-Online@klett-sprachen.de (Louise Carleton-Gertsch)
 
In this new series I am reading from my book Ten Steps To Teach English to Young Learners available now on Amazon! In this episode I am reading Step 1: Safety in the classroom. Thanks for listening! Learn more about Dream English visit us at www.dreamenglish.com Check out my new picture book now shipping from Amazon: Can I Eat It?…
 
A bilingual adjunct professor in Florida, Erica Reynosa shares great tips for integrating idioms into your daily lessons. She highlights the value of idioms to teach culture, as part of language acquisition. Erica also shares excellent resources for how to easily find idioms to incorporate into your class, connecting with your curriculum. To learn …
 
Teachers often ask to what extent they should be responsible for teaching challenging material in the classroom, for example topics such as sex, sexuality, racism, politics, religion and economic inequality. Given that in most teaching situations, teachers will have to teach difficult issues at some point, it is important to think about the best wa…
 
A native Belizean, working in Malaysia, Alberto August shares his experience of successfully creating classroom buddy systems to enhance the learning environment. Listen to how his students empower and engage each other, to succeed at learning English, while working as 'buddies'. Integrating the Buddy System in your class can be very effective with…
 
Are you interested in a new approach to group work? We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Pearlie Lubin shares her top tips for creating groups. Pearlie will share how focusing on personalities and how students process information helps to create more effective and productive groups. For more tips from Pearlie Lubin, visit TTELT.org -…
 
In recent times, the influence of virtual reality, artificial intelligence and the metaverse in our daily lives has increased. This influence has also been very noticeable in English language teaching in many parts of the world. In this episode, we talk to Nergiz Kern, a leading expert in this field, who talks to us about the past, present and futu…
 
It’s the first episode of Series 2 of Teaching English with the British Council, and we’ve got world cup fever. We’re looking at how teachers can use football to teach English – as well as other languages – effectively. We interview the founders of Languagecaster and Multilingua FC, who provide a range of resources and materials to help students in…
 
In our second series of this ten-part podcast series from the British Council, we try and provide solutions to some of the key questions being asked by English teachers around the world. Each episode explores a specific topic through interviews, a focus on recent developments and reports on British Council initiatives in English language teaching. …
 
Students came together at the Creators Camp in Coburg this summer to draw up and present an idea for the school of the future. It was an event that saw students having to put 21st century skills into action as they worked towards a common goal. I visited one of the initiators, headteacher Ursula Kick-Bernklau, to find out more about this fascinatin…
 
In this new episode I talk with Teacher Miriam about songs and using props. Follow Miriam on Instagram @teachermiriam_ for great teacher tips! Check out Miriam's Books on Teaching English to Children (In Portuguese): Práticas de Inglês na infância https://a.co/d/174SxHb Inglês de Pais para filhos: https://editoraboc.commercesuite.com.br/livros/ingl…
 
We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Dr. Andre Boyer shares his top tips for cultivating human connection in the classroom. Dr. Boyer will share his insights from his expansive career in business and teaching English around the globe. For more teaching tips from Dr. Andre Boyer, visit TTELT.org --- Send in a voice message: https://an…
 
Realia (real life objects) is a topic most of us have heard of, yet how much do we use it in our classrooms? Alberto August, a professor from Belize, shares the importance of integrating realia into each lesson. He emphasizes using low-resource realia in the context of your environment. Listen to hear his hands-on ideas. To learn more vocabulary ti…
 
Student recital time can be a lot of fun and a bit stressful. In this podcast I talk about the importance of choosing the right song for your students and more. Are you a new children's English teacher looking for fun lesson ideas? I put together a new quick mini-course for you! Get it for FREE, click the link! Link: https://bit.ly/3UHGqsE Stream D…
 
Classroom community is important to student motivation and engaging learners. To learn a language we need a safe environment where students are encouraged to collaborate and contribute. Join Pearlie Lubin this week as she shares her tips for building classroom community. Visit TTELT.org for more great tips from Pearlie Lubin. --- Send in a voice me…
 
Leadership is about being inspired and inspiring others. It numbers among the top ten job skills for the coming years. In this episode we'll be looking at the difference between leaders and managers, what all good leaders have in common, which other skills leadership entails, and how we can help students to develop some of these in the classroom.…
 
Erica Reynoso’s interest in vocabulary led her to integrate idioms into her daily teaching. She shares great tips for creative ways to incorporate idioms with all ages. She shares the value of teaching culture and language through idioms and idiomatic expressions. Learn from her engaging examples and easily-accessible resources. Learn more about ho…
 
We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Dr. Andre Boyer shares his top tips for facilitating a multi-level classroom. Dr. Boyer will share his insights from his expansive career teaching English around the globe. More great tips are available to support multi-level classroom instruction at TTELT.org. --- Send in a voice message: https:/…
 
Ever had challenges with teaching students pronunciation? Join us to hear a native Spanish speaker share his tips for how he mastered English pronunciation and teaches his students techniques, which apply to all language backgrounds. Visit TTELT.org to hear more great tips to practice speaking skills. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/…
 
Balancing your personal and professional life can be challenging. Are you seeking tips on how to avoid stress and burnout? In this episode of ttelt, Hansley Cazeau shares his thoughts on the subject by identifying some signs of overwhelming stress and providing straightforward suggestions to avoid it. Get more great teaching tips from Hansley and o…
 
Creative thinking is a process that we use to generate or iterate on ideas. It is an essential skill, especially if we are to tackle the issues confronting us today. In this episode we'll be looking at what creative thinking entails, different types of thinking and how to support the creative thinking process.…
 
Go back to basics with facilitation skills in this episode. Beth shares her ideas about what you can do to create an environment that strengthens your students’ motivation for learning! She shares four tips about reinforcing the vital elements of warmth and empathy in the classroom. For more tips on creating motivating classroom environments, visit…
 
Do you find it challenging to conduct effective assessments, especially online? Listen to Jhon Carvajal’s tips for understanding your students’ needs, customizing assessments accordingly, and creating ‘calls to action,’ focusing on demonstrating knowledge. Jhon joins us from Colombia, where he works as a manager of the English Language Academy of P…
 
In this podcast I talk about my new Halloween songs on the Good Morning Halloween Album. Fun, simple songs for your young learners English class. Try some of these fun songs in your classes. Album available on Spotify, Apple, and Amazon Music. Search Dream English Kids. Links to album here: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/dreamenglishkids/good-mo…
 
Have you found it challenging to get to know your students? Would you like to tailor your lessons to their needs and expectations for the course? We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Dr. Andre Boyer shares his top tips for establishing and maintaining relationships with students. Dr. Boyer will share his insights from his expansive c…
 
Are you looking for ideas to increase student talk time at the beginning of class? We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Courtney Miles shares her top tips for maximizing the first several minutes of every class meeting. You will learn how creatively using this time creates a safe space for students to share and learn. To hear more gr…
 
The concept of global citizenship has come to the fore in recent years, as countries and cultures have become increasingly interconnected and interdependent. People have realised we urgently need to stop focusing on individual and local perspectives and to consider global implications and contexts. In this episode we'll be looking at what global ci…
 
Looking for some new ideas for how to engage students in their grammar study? Beth has found success by getting students to notice grammar instead of only presenting it to them. She highlights several examples of getting students to learn from their own curiosity. Need more great teaching tips that you can use in your classroom today? Visit our pod…
 
Are you seeking tips on how to engage your students and boost participation? We invite you to listen to this episode of TTELT as Hansley Cazeau shares his top 3 tips for boosting classroom engagement. You will learn how getting to know your students directly impacts engagement. Find more episodes on student engagement and teaching tips from Hansley…
 
Do you find online teaching challenging? In this episode of TTELT, Dr. Kirsten Dyck joins us to share her top 3 tips for online teaching. You will learn practical approaches to improve your online teaching practice and increase student engagement. For more great strategies to support online and virtual teaching, visit TTELT.org --- Send in a voice …
 
Are you in need of some fresh homework ideas? Join us to learn how Courtney Miles has reframed homework as fun-work. She highlights how she has increased student engagement through giving options and providing real-world practice. For more great tips from Courtney Miles, check out her other episodes at TTELT.org on Leadership and Learning through p…
 
In the early days of our organization, Beth Trudell sat down for a conversation on student motivation with our founder. In this episode, we revisit Beth's original work to focus on quick teaching tips and strategies that you can use in your teaching practice today to motivate your learners. Visit TTELT.org to watch the full episode with supporting …
 
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