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KOTESOL upload coming soon!

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Hello to the people who attended my KOTESOL pronunciation workshop. I’ve managed to upload the colour vowel chart already. I’ll be uploading the video and the materials and ideas after the insanity of midterm grading has subsided. So check back soon!

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Now on Instagram!

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Leaping into 2010! Follow Masters of TESOL on Instagram for visual fun. Not much there at the moment, but it’ll grow soon. Want to know what I look like with a cat on my shoulders? Look no further.

https://www.instagram.com/mastersoftesol/

Just chilling with a stranger's #cat.

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06a – Extra Interview on How ESL / EFL students learn – Stephen van Vlack

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MOT 6 - brain 1400

Here’s another 8 minutes from Stephen van Vlack on how the brain works when we learn – or perceive – new things, including how learning a second language affects the native language.

How I Podcast

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Looking online, a lot of people seem to wonder about how to make their own podcast, especially regarding the equipment. So, for anyone interested here’s┬áthe equipment I use and the process: Read the rest of this entry »

Masters of TESOL podcast

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Hello, world! This site is the home for the Masters of TESOL podcast. Each episode, I speak to the people attached to the biggest brains in the industry and they give us the juice that’ll improve our teaching.

I’ll be giving regular recorded assignments, so if you want to contribute something to the show, that would be great.

 

Coming soon will be the first show, which is about using visuals in the class and how to get the best responses from students. That’s with Gabriel Diaz Maggioli from The New School, NYC.

 

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