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Tag Archives: methods
Beyond Linguistic Borders: Language Learning Cradled in Cognition
Dr. Jeanette Altarriba will present the James E. Alatis Plenary titled “Beyond Linguistic Borders: Language Learning Cradled in Cognition,” at the TESOL 2016 International Convention & English Language Expo, 8 am, Thursday, 7 April. The study of bilingualism and how individuals represent and … Continue reading
Posted in TESOL Blog, TESOL Convention Blog Tagged as evergreen, methods, research, TESOL Annual Convention & English Language Expo, TESOL keynote 2 Comments
What Teachers Inspired You?
One of my most memorable teachers was a high school English teacher. Thomas Donovan had been teaching for nearly forty years and was in his sixties when I had him as a 14-year-old student. He was what today we would … Continue reading
Posted in TESOL Blog Tagged as attendance, conjunction, effective, English, high school, inspirational, inspire, Joe McVeigh, methods, parts of speech, realia, role model, teacher, teachers, teaching, TESOL, Thomas Donovan 4 Comments