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New post on British Council Teaching English blog

As I’ve mentioned before (here and here), when I have a few spare moments – which, with a 3-month old, are few and far between right now – I blog for the British Council  Teaching English blog.

This month’s topic was :

Do you have a multilingual classroom? Do you see this as a benefit or a drawback? What are some of the techniques you’ve used to manage a multilingual classroom? How can we exploit the different languages of the class to the benefit of everyone?

…and this was my response: Speaking in tongues

Enjoy!

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This entry was posted on June 2, 2017 by in General TEFL, publications, teacher training, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , .

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