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Here’s a link to a video explaining a way of doing peer correction in class from the British Council.
I have just come across this blog, which provides worksheets to allow your students to practise grammar while watching segments of movies, and I thought might be useful:
On Friday I was at the TEA Annual Conference in Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife. Many thanks to Juan, Paz and the rest of the team for the warm welcome we all received and the great organization of the event.
Special thanks also to Shawn Redwood and Maite Molina for their fantastic talks.
In the links section of this blog you will find a copy of the powerpoint of my talk, ‘Peer response in the writing process’.
Here’s a classic video of Michael Rosen performing his own story We’re going on a bear hunt. Lots of fun, and a great demonstration of storytelling techniques to use with younger learners. Enjoy!