Marissa Consantinidis’s interview with Ken Wilson on ELTchat
RiCHARD DAY Bringing Extensive Reading to the Classroom
PAUL NATION Developing fluency in reading
Catherine Walters on Reading in a Second Language, llac Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies
International Language testing Association
Common European Framework of Reference – annex D ALTE Can do statements
Not digital natives and immigrants, but rather Visitors and Residents
Free 5 week online course entirely run by volunteers- last year’s call for EVO Call for Participation
this year’s workshops will be slightly different – I’ll update this link asap !(or leave a message if you’d like to be informed directly)
Mitch Benn on the “relation fraternelle”
Sokal, Bricmont and the science wars
Next slide please – poem by Roald Hoffmann
Rapid overview of why it is essential to FOCUS on learning words !
Using the concordancer on www.elang.eu
Exercises for Minimum Comp Vocabulary
The Compleat Lexical Tutor’s Vocabulary profile – enter your own text (an article you are going to study) as a .txt file and the Vocabulary profile transforms it into a text like this
Where the blue words are among the first 1000, the green words among the second 1000 and the yellow words are in the Academic word list, and the red words outside these three lists.
On top of which it actually gives you the list of each group
and tells you which are non-cognates for French speakers (Tom Cobb is Canadian)
And of course there is Quizlet where a search for MCSEwords gives the growing number of Minimum Competence words available to play with.
And we hope there will be more videos soon on the you tube channel elanggrenoble
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