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Discussion Forum - Online Tutoring Nationwide Coding Initiative Teaching cursive writing in America’s schools is seen as obsolete, so many are calling for replacing that instruction with teaching students what they will need later in life. Even though America is the birthplace of tech companies, it has not produced students with the computer skills needed for future generations. Discussion Forum - Online Tutoring
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Great Blogs for Language Learners The following is a collection of blogs by language learners and language experts. Most are people dedicated to learning more than one language. Most are not necessarily everyday language learners. I have learned much by reading their blogs and interacting with all of them though. They represent a wide variety of ideas, methods and opinions on language learning. Anyway, here are a few of my favorites in no particular order. Great Blogs for Language Learners
How many words do I need to know? The 95/5 rule in language learning, Part 1/2 | lingholic A very common question that people ask when starting the study of a foreign language is “How many words do I need to know in order to be conversationally fluent for everyday talk in X language?” This is a very good question, and one that I will try to answer to the best of my ability in part 2 of this post, but first of all, let me ask you this: Have you ever wondered how many words there are in your language? Well, this is the wrong question, in fact, since there is no single sensible answer to this question. Why is that? Simply put, it’s impossible to count the number of words in a language, because it’s so hard to decide what actually counts as a word. For example, it is said that the word “set” in English has 464 definitions in the Oxford English Dictionary. How many words do I need to know? The 95/5 rule in language learning, Part 1/2 | lingholic
Interviews Archives - Language Mastery | Language Mastery Interview with Jason West of English Out There In my interview with Jason West, the creator of English Out There, we discuss the weaknesses of traditional English schools, methodologies, and materials, and how his approach aims to overcome them. Read More Interview with Arkady Zilberman Arkady Zilberman, creator of Language Bridge and a former simultaneous interpreter in Russia, addresses what is perhaps the greatest impediment to adult language learning success: cross-translation to and from one’s native language. Interviews Archives - Language Mastery | Language Mastery
Steal My Blog, Start a Revolution Steal My Blog, Start a Revolution I have a problem. My blog is an exclusive club where members only are allowed in. The secret password is the English language. If you don’t have it, you don’t get in. This is a problem because I believe that information about independent language learning should be available to those who need it most.
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For Students Dave's ESL Cafe Everyone knows this one as the 'original' ESL content site. Plenty of everything. Andreas Lund's English as Another Language: Read and write some poems in a constructivist format. A great way to practice and improve your English. The ESL Network - English as a Second Language Schools and Resources
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Readership Modern English Teacher is a practical magazine for English language teachers, directors of study and school owners, with readers in over 100 countries. Subject matter Modern English Teacher has a number of regular sections and some occasional sections, as you will see if you look through this issue of the magazine. We welcome contributions for any of these sections (but see Reviews below). Modern English Teacher has a long shelf-life so a report of a conference, for example, would not be appropriate unless the article was making a ‘timeless’ point. Modern English Teacher - the journal for English Language Teaching
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