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Monday, February 23

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    a free online journal.
    http://www.ssllt.amu.edu.pl/
    TESL Canada Journal
    a free online journal.
    http://www.teslcanadajournal.ca/index.php/tesl

    TESL-EJ,
    the Electronic Journal for [Teaching] English as a Second [or Foreign] Language
    http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/
    TESOL Canada Journal
    a free online journal.
    http://www.teslcanadajournal.ca/index.php/tesl

    TIRF: The International Research Foundation for English Language Education,
    a nonprofit organization, provides a huge list of topics in applied
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    Resources recommended by members of TESOL’s Teacher Education Interest Section (TEIS)
    American English,
    A U.S. Department of State website
    http://americanenglish.state.gov
    Recommended pages within this site include:
    English Teaching Forum - a refereed journal for and by EFL practitioners: http://americanenglish.state.gov/english-teaching-forum
    Shaping the Way We Teach English: From Observation to Action - http://americanenglish.state.gov/resources/shaping-way-we-teach-english-observation-action
    Shaping the Way We Teach English: Successful Practices from Around the World - http://americanenglish.state.gov/resources/shaping-way-we-teach-english-successful-practices-around-world
    Shaping the Way We Teach English Webinars - cover a variety of practical/pedagogical topics (recordings, readings, and resources): http://americanenglish.state.gov/resources/shaping-way-we-teach-english-webinars Note: This site has links to Adobe Connect archives of webinars. Many of these are also available for viewing via the Shaping the Way We Teach English YouTube Channel, which is less technically demanding on your computer or mobile device.

    Annenberg Learner
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    such as
    "The
    "The Teaching Foreign
    http://learner.org/resources/series201.html
    The International Research Foundation for EnglishCambridge University Press
    free online methods books in PDF format include:
    Richards & Bohlke (2011), Creating Effective
    Language Education,
    a nonprofit organization, provides a huge list
    Lessons
    http://www.cambridge.org/other_files/downloads/esl/fourcorners/Pedagogical_Books/Creating-Effective-Language-Lessons-Combined.pdf
    Richards (2006), Communicative Language Teaching Today
    http://www.cambridge.org/other_files/downloads/esl/booklets/Richards-Communicative-Language.pdf
    Gilbert (2008), Teaching Pronunciation Using the Prosidy Pyramid
    http://www.cambridge.org/other_files/downloads/esl/booklets/Gilbert-Teaching-Pronunciation.pdf
    Colorin Colorado
    free information and professional videos
    http://www.colorincolorado.org/educators/
    Coursera MOOCs
    **https://www.coursera.org/**
    Specific recommendations:
    **Shaping the Way We Teach English, Part 1: The Landscape
    of topicsEnglish Language Teaching**
    **Shaping the Way We Teach English, 2: Paths to Success
    in applied
    linguistics, SLA
    ELT**
    Directory of open-access journals:
    http://doaj.org/
    Caveat emptor: some open-access journals are probably not reputable, though those listed on this directory are vetted for quality
    and ELT.
    http://www.tirfonline.org/resources/references/
    integrity.
    ELT Journal
    ...
    Concepts in ELT.
    Most are downloadable, I believe.
    ELT with links to downloadable articles.
    http://www.oxfordjournals.org/our_journals/eltj/keyconcepts.html
    English for the Workplace blog, Open Access Resources page
    http://englishfortheworkplace.blogspot.de/p/open-access-resources.html
    Simon Borg's blog
    contains a helpful list of free language teaching research sources
    http://simon-borg.co.uk/free-sources-of-language-teaching-research/
    Stephen Krashen's books, articles and handouts,
    some available free with permission to copy "for all reasonable, non-commercial educational purposes, provided no alterations in the text are made": http://www.sdkrashen.com/

    Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching
    a free online journal.
    http://www.ssllt.amu.edu.pl/
    TESL-EJ,
    the Electronic Journal for [Teaching] English as a Second [or Foreign] Language
    http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/

    TESOL Canada Journal
    a free online journal.
    http://www.teslcanadajournal.ca/index.php/tesl
    MOOCs from Coursera!
    **https://www.coursera.org/**
    Coursera courses I (Robert) know to be of value:
    **Shaping the Way We Teach English, Part 1:
    TIRF: The Landscape ofInternational Research Foundation for English Language Teaching**
    **Shaping the Way We Teach English, 2: Paths to Success
    Education,
    a nonprofit organization, provides a huge list of topics
    in ELT**
    Colorin Colorado
    http://www.colorincolorado.org/educators/
    is free
    applied
    linguistics, SLA
    and has good information and professional videos.
    Cambridge University Press free methods books
    online in PDF format, for example:
    Richards & Bohlke (2011), Creating Effective Language Lessons
    http://www.cambridge.org/other_files/downloads/esl/fourcorners/Pedagogical_Books/Creating-Effective-Language-Lessons-Combined.pdf
    Richards (2006), Communicative Language Teaching Today
    http://www.cambridge.org/other_files/downloads/esl/booklets/Richards-Communicative-Language.pdf
    Gilbert (2008), Teaching Pronunciation Using the Prosidy Pyramid
    http://www.cambridge.org/other_files/downloads/esl/booklets/Gilbert-Teaching-Pronunciation.pdf
    Open access resources page on English for the Workplace blog
    http://englishfortheworkplace.blogspot.de/p/open-access-resources.html
    ELT.
    http://www.tirfonline.org/resources/references/

    University of
    ...
    at Austin's "professionalprofessional development modules
    ...
    foreign language instruction"instruction
    http://coerll.utexas.edu/methods/
    General directory of open-access journals:
    http://doaj.org/
    Caveat emptor: some open-access journals are probably not reputable, though those listed on this directory are vetted for quality and integrity.
    The "Teach" section of the U.S. Department of State's website:
    http://americanenglish.state.gov
    Specifically, for teacher training purposes, you might find the following to be helpful:
    English Teaching Forum - a refereed journal for and by EFL practitioners: http://americanenglish.state.gov/english-teaching-forum
    Shaping the Way We Teach English: From Observation to Action - http://americanenglish.state.gov/resources/shaping-way-we-teach-english-observation-action
    Shaping the Way We Teach English: Successful Practices from Around the World - http://americanenglish.state.gov/resources/shaping-way-we-teach-english-successful-practices-around-world
    Webinars - cover a variety of practical/pedagogical topics (recordings, readings, and resources): http://americanenglish.state.gov/resources/shaping-way-we-teach-english-webinars
    Open-access resources, such as TESL-EJ, The Electronic Journal for English as a Second Language - http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/
    Simon Borg's blog contains a helpful list of free language teaching research sources: http://simon-borg.co.uk/free-sources-of-language-teaching-research/
    Stephen Krashen's books, articles and handouts, some available free with permission to copy "for all reasonable, non-commercial educational purposes, provided no alterations in the text are made: http://www.sdkrashen.com/
    Contributors:
    Resource Contributors:
    Nikki Ashcraft, University of Missouri, TEIS Chair
    Lety Banks
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Sunday, February 22

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    a free online journal.
    http://www.teslcanadajournal.ca/index.php/tesl
    Recommended by Hiro Yoshida
    Hyogo U of Teacher Education, Japan

    MOOCs from Coursera!
    **https://www.coursera.org/**
    Lety Banks
    Coursera courses I (Robert) know to be of value:
    **Shaping the Way We Teach English, Part 1: The Landscape of English Language Teaching**
    ...
    http://www.colorincolorado.org/educators/
    is free and has good information and professional videos.
    Recommended by Dr. Gilda Martinez-Alba
    Towson University

    Cambridge University Press free methods books
    online in PDF format, for example:
    ...
    Gilbert (2008), Teaching Pronunciation Using the Prosidy Pyramid
    http://www.cambridge.org/other_files/downloads/esl/booklets/Gilbert-Teaching-Pronunciation.pdf
    Recommended by Nikki Ashcraft
    Chair, TEIS
    University of Missouri

    Open access resources page on English for the Workplace blog
    http://englishfortheworkplace.blogspot.de/p/open-access-resources.html
    Recommended by Evan Frendo
    University of Texas at Austin's "professional development modules for foreign language instruction"
    http://coerll.utexas.edu/methods/
    Recommended by Christopher Stillwell
    University of California, Irvine

    General directory of open-access journals:
    http://doaj.org/
    Caveat emptor: some open-access journals are probably not reputable, though those listed on this directory are vetted for quality and integrity.
    Recommended by Patrick Bolger, Ph.D.
    California State University - Monterey Bay

    The "Teach" section of the U.S. Department of State's website:
    http://americanenglish.state.gov
    ...
    Open-access resources, such as TESL-EJ, The Electronic Journal for English as a Second Language - http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/
    Simon Borg's blog contains a helpful list of free language teaching research sources: http://simon-borg.co.uk/free-sources-of-language-teaching-research/
    Recommended by Heather Benucci
    EFL Teacher Educator & Materials Development Specialist

    Stephen Krashen's books, articles and handouts, some available free with permission to copy "for all reasonable, non-commercial educational purposes, provided no alterations in the text are made: http://www.sdkrashen.com/
    Contributors:
    Nikki Ashcraft, University of Missouri, TEIS Chair
    Lety Banks
    Heather Benucci, EFL Teacher Educator & Materials Development Specialist
    Patrick Bolger, Ph.D., California State University - Monterey Bay
    Evan Frendo
    Dr. Gilda Martinez-Alba, Towson University
    Christopher Stillwell, University of California, Irvine
    Hiro Yoshida, Hyogo U of Teacher Education, Japan

    Home
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Friday, February 6

  1. page Flipped Learning Lesson on Second Language Acquisition edited ... 2. Watch it again in this EDpuzzle exercise, and respond to the comrehension questions to chec…
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    2. Watch it again in this EDpuzzle exercise, and respond to the comrehension questions to check your understanding and to let me know you've done it.
    3. Please go to the next page to see Dr. Krashen's five hypotheses. Next page

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  2. page Flipped Learning Lesson on Second Language Acquisition edited ... 2. Watch it again in this EDpuzzle exercise, and respond to the comrehension questions to chec…
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    2. Watch it again in this EDpuzzle exercise, and respond to the comrehension questions to check your understanding and to let me know you've done it.
    3. Please go to the next page to see Dr. Krashen's five hypotheses. Next page

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  3. page Krashen's Hypotheses and Book edited ... The Affective Filter Hypothesis {KH5.pdf} These excerpts were taken from the Internet editi…
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    The Affective Filter Hypothesis {KH5.pdf}
    These excerpts were taken from the Internet edition of Dr. Krashen's 1982 book, Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition, published by Pergamon Press. This edition, published online in 2009, is free of charge and allows copying “without charge for all reasonable, non-commercial educational purposes.” You can get it here.
    Follow-up4. Please download and study the hypothesis that matches your Group Number, 1 to 5.
    5. Follow-up
    task: As
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    language teaching?
    Please

    6. Please
    write and
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    your answers to these questions in yourYour Group's Discussion
    In our next class, each group will discuss their hypothesis and make a presentation to the class.
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    video clips
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  4. page Krashen's Hypotheses and Book edited ... The Affective Filter Hypothesis {KH5.pdf} These excerpts were taken from the Internet editi…
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    The Affective Filter Hypothesis {KH5.pdf}
    These excerpts were taken from the Internet edition of Dr. Krashen's 1982 book, Principles and Practice in Second Language Acquisition, published by Pergamon Press. This edition, published online in 2009, is free of charge and allows copying “without charge for all reasonable, non-commercial educational purposes.” You can get it here.
    Follow-up task: As you read your assigned hypothesis, note your thoughts and reactions. Were you surprised by anything? If so, what and why? Have you had any experience, which tells you that this could be true or that it is not true? If this is true, what are some possible implications for language teaching?
    Please write and post your answers in your Group's Discussion below.
    In our next class, each group will discuss their hypothesis and make a presentation to the class.
    Back to video clips

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