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BLOG DE CRISTINA CABAL Ahh almost October! How are we here already? I can’t even wrap my head around the idea that this is going to be my 27th year teaching English. Time, please stand still! Experimental game turns players into poets and writers What do British Romantic Era poets and video games have in common? The answer is Elegy for a Dead World, an unlikely game that leaves the players with “no game to play,” but to explore three long-dead civilizations, observe, and make notes... or stories — or poems — or songs. The three lost worlds feature beautiful scenery, moving music, and are inspired by Percy Shelley's Ozymandias, Lord Byron's Darkness, and John Keats' When I Have Fears That I May Cease to Be. Resources for Educators Every day, we hear from teachers, school administrators, and youth mentors who believe that games might have a powerful role to play in twenty-first century learning. We talk to inspiring people who are passionate about creating change, either in their own practice, or in the community of which they are a part. We discuss tough questions, like…

Speechyard Learning English online with the help of games and exercises. Three main principles. Sometimes attempts to learn English on your own are compared with the intention to build up muscles, leafing through bodybuilding magazines. You have already collected all the necessary textbooks, found the most advanced training course, but everything you know is “London is Capital of the…” What's the matter? How can you get things going? Learning English with the help of textbooks and conversation book is the thing of the past. Owlcation Improv for Teenagers: A Lesson PlanThis is a lesson plan I've used many times to introduce teens to improv drama. I hope it is of use! Why Traditional Classroom Learning is Better than Online CoursesA look at some of the downfalls of online learning and reasons why traditional classrooms promote better skill sets. Circle Time Games and Activities: A Must for Any TeacherGet ideas for circle time. The 10 Worst Colleges In the U.S.Here are ten of the worst colleges in the United States...

Bringing it back to the classroom Image by Carla Arena for eltpics One of the first ELT blog posts I ever wrote was for an incredibly tall, almost Scottish-looking (blood runs thicker…) chap from Brasilia. We’d ‘met’ online, as he is an integral part of the vibrant, dynamic and incredibly friendly Brazilian EFL ‘set’ (more posts to come soon from other BRAZ-TESOL stars ) and he’d subsequently invited me to write about Sugata Mitra, Neil Postman and Scott Thornbury (a mighty trio, if ever there was one) – but I’d never been able to return the honour until now (I may need to make it two blog posts by this gent, though, considering how patient he was with my wandering words). He has also kindly supplied a Bio, which is included at the end of this post, so I’ll leave those particular details to him.

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