In this end-of-year episode, we get the funnier side of teaching English with stories from listeners and future interviewees. Special thanks to Grace, Thomas, Matthew, Jon, Fergal, James, Mierkamil, Oksana, Jacob, Roger, Gordon, and Jake.
We cover accidental phallic drawings, mistranslations, unintended puns, uncontrollable sweating…
If you have a good story, you can be part of a future episode. Record it and send it to email@example.com .
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Hands up if you’ve been properly trained on giving feedback on students’ writing… Yep, not many of us.
Ahmar Mahboob gives a valuable insight into the most effective approach. Below are some links where you can get a more in depth look at his approaches. Is peer assessment any good? How and when should we focus on grammar?
What weird, unexpected questions have students asked you? How did you answer? I’d love to hear them and use them on the show.
A recording would be amazing, but shy folks can just message you weird question and answer to @MOTcast
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