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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
 
Language Latte is a conversation about teaching world languages. Becky Morales looks at research and speaks with teachers from around the globe to find out the best and most efficient methods, materials, and tips to help students gain fluency. Topics include educational technology, getting students to speak in the target language, teaching vocabulary, using films and popular games in class, bringing in culture, using IPA’s, TPRS, CI, the role of grammar, and more. More educational resources, ...
 
Teacher's Guide to Critically Minded podcast created for the purpose of assisting language educators in providing quality instruction in critical thinking skills and critical dispositions to second language learners everywhere.
 
Welcome to the Shining Scholar Education Podcast! Where we're all about secondary Reading/English/Language Arts. We'll share tips, strategies, resources, stories, as well as some inspiration and motivation for not just English/ELA teachers, but for all teachers. We'll also share the ups and downs in the wonderful world of teaching. Your host, Charlie, is a teacher-creator with Shining Scholar Education. We are a team of professional, certified teachers and we are right there in the trenches ...
 
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"Learning by Teaching" (Lernen durch Lehren - LdL) is a widespread teaching-method in Germany, developed by Jean-Pol Martin. Jean-Pol Martin was born in 1943 in Paris and went to Germany in 1968. He studied German and French in order to become a teacher at a German grammar school, and also became an instructor in teacher education at the Catholic U…
 
Ever feel overwhelmed by all of the choices at professional conferences? Learn tips for making the conference experience, whether online or in-person, more meaningful with Luciana's tips. She shares how to pre-plan your experience for the greatest impact. Find more free professional development opportunities at TTELT.org --- Send in a voice message…
 
Learn how to take control of your professional development. Join Dr. Aileen Hale, Beth Trudell, and Dr. Peter Edwards for a discussion about creating a personal, professional development practice that is enjoyable and applicable. They provide simple strategies to stay professionally connected and inspired. Visit TTELT.org to find more professional …
 
Discover the connections between Service-Learning (SL) and Project-Based Learning with Dr. Aileen Hale. She shares ways to take projects out of the classroom and into the community to meet community needs. She gives lots of examples of SL projects for all age levels. Visit TTELT.org for more show notes and links. --- Send in a voice message: https:…
 
Do you ever feel like the language you are learning isn't the language you need? This week Anesh Daya the founder of On the Spot Learning shares his tips for using task-based learning in the community to give purpose to language learning. Anesh explains how daily language tasks can align with specific language goals like learning new vocabulary. Le…
 
Mary is a Trinity College London accredited English Teacher, currently pursuing a Master in Technology-Mediated Language Teaching and Learning and a Cambridge Delta Mod 2 course at the same time along with running an online teaching business and Youtube channel. She has been working in the International Education industry for many years, having hel…
 
Learn ways to engage your students in leading their project-based learning. Courtney Miles shares with listeners creative ideas for helping students develop language and leadership skills through student-led projects. She explains ways to discover their expertise, follow their lead, create safe spaces, change roles, and give students a platform. Le…
 
Project-based learning is an instructional approach that gives meaning to the languages our students are learning. Project-based learning is adaptable to meet your needs, from large projects like building a gate for a school and creating language materials for local taxi drivers to helping kids learn through their passions. Join Dr. Aileen Hale, Je…
 
Anita Derecskei is a teacher trainer, English teacher, Cambridge speaking examiner and materials writer who has been involved in English teaching for over 10 years. She has worked as a teacher in various contexts (general English, business English, teenagers, kids, ESP, EAP) in Hungary, the UK and Spain. She is passionate about teacher training, an…
 
Want to know a helpful strategy for making assessments fairer? Rubrics are the answer. Rubrics are tools used by both teachers and students to make clear the assessment criteria and expectations. Join Beth Trudell as she explains what rubrics are, how to create them, use them with your students, and resources to support their use. Listen as she giv…
 
Need an assessment that integrates language skills and requires students to think critically? Try hexagonal thinking. This strategy has students working together to create connections of words, phrases, and ideas. It easily incorporates reading, writing, speaking, and listening as students have to explain their thinking for the connections they mak…
 
Hugh Dellar is a teacher and teacher trainer with over twenty five years’ experience in the ELT field. He is the co-founder of Lexical Lab, which provides English language and teacher training, and has given teacher training and development sessions in more than 20 countries. He has spoken on such topics including the nature of English as a lingua …
 
Formative assessments can be easily integrated into your classroom teaching practice daily. In this discussion with Renuka Karunaratne, you will learn quick formative assessment strategies that become part of your daily teaching routine. Check for understanding with Bellwork, Turn and Talk, and One-Minute Summaries throughout your lessons. For comp…
 
Have questions about assessment for English Language Learners? This episode features experts in the field discussing what assessment is, the components of quality assessments, how to assess large classes, and how to use assessment data. It is full of great assessment tips and strategies that you can begin to implement in your class today. Visit TTE…
 
Steve is an experienced freelance English Language Teacher with a demonstrated history of working in ELT. Skilled in the areas of Polish-English language transfer, fluency development, vocabulary learning and English for Academic Purposes (EAP). He has Master's degree in English Language Teaching, and is an Avid writer and blogger at: englishcoacho…
 
Have you heard of Minecraft? It is a great tool to teach vocabulary, verb tenses and use visuals to showcase sentence structures. It works well with all ages and students love using it because they’re having fun while learning. Listen for creative ways that Ryan integrates Minecraft into his teaching. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/…
 
Need new game ideas to keep learning interesting? Listen as Christian Kallio shares grammar, vocabulary, and reading review games. He includes online and low-tech game options. Visit the episode page on TTELT for a complete list of resources mentioned. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.…
 
Chris Lonsdale is a psychologist, linguist, educator, entrepreneur, dialogue facilitator and corporate adviser with over 30 years’ experience doing business in Asia. He created the 'Kung Fu English' language learning system and is also the author of 'The Third Ear'. He has a unique and integrated approach to learning that gives people the means to …
 
Join us to learn how Improv Games can engage students while creating a safe space for practicing their language skills. Build student confidence while bringing down their affective filter. Listen to examples of games and learn about websites for more improv games. Adapt games to your particular learners and context. --- Send in a voice message: htt…
 
Learn about review games such as syllabus search, vocabulary wheel, relay race, and more! These are all great in-class and online review games to quickly implement in your class. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/support
 
Mark Almond is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Language Studies and Applied Linguistics at Canterbury Christ Church University, where he directs and teaches on various undergraduate, post-graduate Diploma and MA linguistics and language teacher training programmes. He has taught, trained English language teachers and carried out consultancies in…
 
Have you ever heard of Wordwall? Wordwall.net is a low-tech way to create your perfect teaching resource and bring engaging games into your classroom. Join Kyra Sage to hear about ways you can quickly and easily access and build your resources. wordwall.net --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ttelt/messageSupport this podcast: https://an…
 
While getting English Language Learners to participate in classroom activities is often easier said than done, some time-tested methods related to technology. This episode contains several tools for integrating YouTube videos and film into your EL classes that could enormously increase student engagement and participation, especially with teenagers…
 
Emma Meade-Flynn is an experienced 15 years + English teacher trainer, materials writer and course developer. Currently, she and her husband are Dublin-based ELT specialists offering online, blended and in-person training and development. Offering a range of internationally-recognised and tailor-made programmes to suit individual or school needs, r…
 
In a world shaped by digital trends, cellphones are great teaching tools for English language learners (ELLs) who have limited technology available or little access to computers. Hansley Cazeau shares techniques to engage your ELLs using cellphones as part of their language learning process. Cellphones allow students to: Create voice recordings Ana…
 
Originally from China, a young linguistic entrepreneur and PhD candidate, Yuchen Lui shares her knowledge of creating a new App to broaden the horizons of using technology for teaching language and culture. Learn how her App will help to fill gaps in the use of technology for linguistic and cultural competencies. Participate in her research and sha…
 
Nicola Meldrum is from Edinburgh and has been involved in ELT since 1999. She worked for over 10 years teaching business and general English to adults, teens and YLs. She completed her Trinity Dip TESOL in 2003 and then started training teachers on a Certificate in TESOL course. She is now course director on OxfordTEFL’s Trinity Dip TESOL course, w…
 
An entrepreneurial English Assistant from Egypt, Alia Attia shares her expertise on presenting with technology, integrating Slidesgo; VoiceThread, and Canva. She highlights techniques for engaging students with these presentation tools. This is a great episode to use in your class to introduce presentation skills and tools to your students. Slidesg…
 
Join us to hear Dr. Brenda Custodio's tips on building students' vocabulary to increase their reading. In this episode you'll learn techniques for teaching sight words, building on root words, learning word families, and more - all to improve your students' reading comprehension. Dr. Custodio is a former ESL teacher in Columbus, Ohio. She currently…
 
John Kay has over 25 years’ experience in teacher training and has been internationally published as an award-winning poet, artist and author. John has a diploma in Neuro-linguistic programming, writes a regular blog on the British Council website and has been involved in creating a series of videos for the British Council. He is also interested in…
 
Makaela Anderson, a Senior Research Associate for Research Surveys and an adjunct professor for UCSD's EL Institute, shares her expertise in creating a love for reading with your ELLs through comic strips, comic books, and graphic novels. Learn how she engages language learners in reading through comic series such as Burka Avenger and American Engl…
 
Natasha Agrawal gained her own confidence in reading and speaking through drama, as a child in India. As a teacher of English language learners (ELLs), she uses drama to integrate English skills. Natasha shares great tips to easily integrate role-play and drama in your classroom to enhance reading with your English language learners. She includes t…
 
Jamie Keddie is an ELT teacher-trainer & author interested in the use of authentic materials and storytelling in class. He is the author / creator of: * Bringing Online Video To The Classroom * Images * Videotelling: YouTube Stories for the Classroom * LessonStream.com Pick up a discounted ebook directly from Jamie! Videotelling YouTube Stories for…
 
Randi Perlman shares her expertise in teaching in the U.S. and Finland with tips of incorporating KWL charts, Venn diagrams, and more graphic organizers to activate prior knowledge and build connections with new information. She explains how graphic organizers can be used to introduce topics, organize and visually summarize content, assess comprehe…
 
Originally from Brazil, Luciana is currently working in Germany teaching English and Portuguese. Working with multi-cultural classrooms, sparked her interest in including cultural elements in her teaching. She goes below the surface of the ‘cultural iceberg’ to discuss worldviews and values. She also includes tips, such as telling our personal stor…
 
Originally from Brazil, Luciana is currently working in Germany teaching English and Portuguese. Working with multi-cultural classrooms, sparked her interest in including cultural elements in her teaching. She goes below the surface of the ‘cultural iceberg’ to discuss worldviews and values. She also includes tips, such as telling our personal stor…
 
With extensive international teaching experience, Joanne Munisteri shares with us her expertise in culturally responsive teaching. She highlights the importance of human interaction and participating in students’ lives outside the classroom. She encourages teachers to learn about students’ ‘mother tongue’, to address cultural and linguistic challen…
 
With extensive international teaching experience, Joanne Munisteri shares her expertise in culturally responsive teaching. She highlights the importance of human interaction and participating in students’ lives outside the classroom. She encourages teachers to learn about students’ mother tongue language and to address cultural and linguistic chall…
 
Kirsten Dyck, who is currently teaching English at a university in Nanjing, China, has also taught in the Ukraine. She shares her expertise in culturally responsive teaching with engaging ways to encourage student participation and activities for overcoming fears of speaking in class. Dr. Kirsten Dyck teaches EFL at Nanjing Xiaozhuang University in…
 
Ramin Yazdanpanah is a multifaceted and talented educator and founder of Full Circle Language Learning and Teaching Services. He is also a musician and active practitioner of mindfulness techniques. In this episode, he shares with us how to use breathwork and meditation to prepare our English Language Learners for meaningful engagement in our class…
 
Too often, the vocabulary and imagery selected for English Language Learning classes are disconnected from the learners' experiences. Instead of choosing and showing imagery of items from learners' homes, communities, and cultures, images from Western cultures are used. By selecting vocabulary that is a part of learners' everyday lives and pairing …
 
Educators Worldwide board member Dr. Aileen Hale, shares her expertise in Service-Learning (SL), a contemporary application of Experiential Education. She shares the "what, why, and how" of integrating SL into your classroom - an effective method for language acquisition with students of all ages and stages of learning. --- Send in a voice message:…
 
An Outreach Coordinator at Georgetown University, and a prior EL Fellow in Ukraine, author Nicholas Gordan has developed Conversational Writing as an experiential education technique, to engage students in writing in and outside of the classroom. He shares engaging tips to enhance writing fluency through conversation. Conversational Writing: An Int…
 
A board member with Educators Worldwide and a prior English Language Fellow in Pakistan and Afghanistan, Beth Trudell shares experiential techniques for assessments. Listen for her tips on alternative assessments, where students learn from each other, success is promoted, and fears disappear. Both teachers and students love the process! --- Send in…
 
Currently working as an English language lecturer at a university in Saudi Arabia, Dr. Peter Edwards shares an experiential learning technique of "presenting live". He describes the process of teaching ELLs to gain confidence for real-life use of their language through presenting to strangers on a subway! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor…
 
Amna Habiba is an inspiring young teacher and leader who founded Global Creative Hub when she was 14 years old. This social development initiative is working towards making every Pakistani girl youth digitally literate. The mission is to make the world a more equal place for all girls to live in and strive towards a better future. In this episode, …
 
As a 2021 Virtual TESOL Convention presenter, Zeboniso Murodova Sabzalievna, shared "Tajik Voices" with digital stories from Tajikistan. In this episode, she shares her personal and professional experiences creating her own digital story and then teaching her students the process of digital storytelling. Both the process and student successes are h…
 
A former English Language Fellow in Kosovo and ESL elementary school teacher for 15 years, Brooke shares her expertise in Oral Storytelling, based on her use of [https://themoth.org](https://themoth.org/). Listen and learn the art of oral storytelling with all ages. Links for this episode: Do You Know Scale by Dr. Fivush and Dr. Marshall Duke: http…
 
Hansley Cazeau, an English Language Fellow to Montenegro, shares Storytelling Tips for EL teachers, emphasizing the importance of cadence of speech, inflection of voice, as well as clear pronunciation and intonation. He shares several great resources for students to record their voices, while telling stories, for teacher input, feedback, and assess…
 
Master storyteller Eva Grayzel joins the TTELT podcast to share her enthusiasm for engaging language learners through interactive storytelling. Eva has been sharing stories with international audiences for over 30 years. In this episode, she highlights strategies for improving language retention, making language come alive, using total physical res…
 
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