Wednesday, February 03, 2010

15th EFL / ESL /ELL blog carnival

The fifteenth edition of the EFL/ESL/EEL carnival is now published, and I'm very happy to be a part of it.

The carnival is a great way of providing a snapshot of what people have been blogging about recently in the world of ELT. This time round the topics are:
    • Thought-provoking pedagogy
      • Teaching effectively with technology
      • Presentation and social media advice
      • Issues to ponder

      There's so much good stuff here, it will take you a while to digest it - that's the other thing about the carnival : it's a great way of getting to know bloggers that you may not have come across before. 

      Of all the posts in the carnival, I particularly enjoyed Ozge Karaoglu's How to survive in 2010 - digitally and Marisa Constantinides' Don't Forget the Pedagogy. Karenee Sylvester's Powerpointing Me suggests a great way of using this technology well with a new class and Jeremy Harmer's On being nervous is a great read for anyone who's ever presented or is thinking about presenting at a conference. I also loved looking at Eva Büyüksimkeşyan's students' Glogster projects - fantastic work! I'd also like to take Vicky Saumell's 40 Things you can do with a data projector in an EFL/ESL lesson and expand upon it - a great resource to have .

      And the best thing is...I haven't finished reading them all yet, so I'm sure this list of favourites will grow.

      4 comments:

      1. Hi Graham

        You just got mentioned on the first interview in my History of TEFL Blogging series. Do you fancy being interviewed too?

        Cheers

        Alex

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      2. Hi Alex - Yes, I just read the interview with EFL Geek - I'd be more than happy to be interviewed

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      3. nisha7:23 am

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