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Want to teach more reactively and in line with what SLA research says? Join LYE founders Leo, Mike, and Andrew for monthly long-form interviews with language acquisition experts so you can throw that textbook away. Whether you’re building your own business, working for a school, or just love learning about trends in language teaching, this is your bridge between the research lab and practical classroom.
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Welcome to the Shining Scholar Education Podcast! Where we're all about secondary Reading/English/Language Arts. We'll share tips, strategies, resources, stories, as well as some inspiration and motivation for not just English/ELA teachers, but for all teachers. We'll also share the ups and downs in the wonderful world of teaching. Your host, Charlie, is a teacher-creator with Shining Scholar Education. We are a team of professional, certified teachers and we are right there in the trenches ...
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Join our free support group for teachers building their business. Grammar instruction or grammar learning? We dive into this with today's guests. Tania Ionin is a Professor of Linguistics and Director of Graduate Studies in Linguistics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Her areas of expertise include second language acquisition and …
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Join our free support group for teachers building their business. So many teachers focus on teaching when they should focus on something else. In this episode, we dive into this with the great Bill VanPatten. Bill VanPatten is an award-winning scholar and teacher with an international reputation in the fields of second language acquisition and seco…
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Join our free support group for teachers building their business. So many teachers feel they can't teach pronunciation if their speech doesn't sound a certain way. Listen to this episode to discover why that isn't true. Robin Walker and Gemma Archer are pronunciation specialists who co-authored "Teaching English Pronunciation for a Global World," w…
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Find your niche & get 5 new clients. Start here. Many teachers are wary of using a task-based approach. Learn how to overcome that and start using it in your business or classrooms. Lara Bryfonski is an applied linguist and assistant professor of linguistics at Georgetown University. Her research focuses on task-based language teaching and she is t…
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Our 5in30 community helps you get 5 new clients in 30 days. Start here. Donna M. Brinton is a methodologist, trainer, author, and distinguished figure in applied linguistics. A key aspect of Donna's work is her advocacy for Content-Based Instruction (CBI). Over her five decades in the field, she has authored and co-authored many books, including th…
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Our 5in30 helps you get 5 new clients in 30 days. Start here. Leo, Mike, and Andrew grab some nog, get in the holiday spirit, and chat about authenticity - Merriam-Webster's word of the year for 2023. We delve into what the word means to us and how we and anyone building a business can bring as much authenticity as possible into 2024. Specifically,…
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We help teachers start their own online business for free. Click here to join in. Cecilia Nobre is a Ph.D. student in Applied Linguistics at Warwick, has been an EFL teacher for over 20 years, and is a trainer on DipTESOL, CertTESOL, and Celta trainer. She has co-authored the book "Using Video to Support Teacher Reflection and Development in ELT" w…
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We help teachers start their own business for free. Click here to join in. Geoff Jordan is a teacher, trainer, academic, and author. Geoff has a Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition, has worked at ESADE, Barcelona for 28 years, and recently co-authored a book with the late Mike Long called "ELT Now and How It Could Be."His main academic interests a…
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See our free CPD and business growth guides for teachers. Click here. Paul Nation is an Emeritus Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Victoria and a renowned author and scholar in our industry. He joins us for a discussion on learning, putting research into practice, and - of course - the four strands 27 years later. Paul touches s…
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Want to get your first 5 clients in the next 30 days? Click here. Deep in the Dogme Days of Summer, Mike, Leo, and Andrew get into part 2 of their series. Here, we delve into: using Dogme in the scope of outcome-based instruction challenges implementing reactive teaching in different contexts obstacles in moving from a structured approach to teachi…
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Click here to join our free teacherpreneur support community to grow together. Andrew, Mike, and Leo sit down and ponder Dogme....as a new approach? It certainly has experienced a resurgence since the pandemic and we are curious why that is. We also dive into: the role of the teacher the shift away from planning & towards reacting what authentic co…
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How to use social media as an educator? Online technology allows us to impact people by teaching more than ever before, but how do educators best use digital social media platforms, video and audio streaming services, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) and various other educational technology to improve elearning? We take a look at the best practic…
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Click here to join our free teacherpreneur support community to grow together. Dylan was born just outside London and has been working in the ELT sector for nearly 25 years. About 12 years ago, he discovered Dogme, or as he prefers to call it “Teaching Unplugged”, and this led to his interest in deep-end learning approaches like TBLT and language c…
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What is DOGME? DOGME is teacher-driven method that focuses on allowing teachers to have more autonomy and creativity in their teaching practices. It prioritizes student-centred, authentic learning experiences over a pre-determined curriculum and emphasizes a supportive classroom environment. It has its roots in an article by the language education …
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In this episode, we discuss mental health and teaching.In the ELT: Under The Covers crumbs on the sheets series, we take some tasty morsels from the current ELT (Education-Learning-Teaching) zeitgeist and go in depth __________________________________________________________________________________Check out more:✔ Teacher Interviews: https://www.yo…
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ELT Under The Covers Podcast Interview #24 with Anthony Hocking (In The Abyss Metal Podcast). He's a Trinity TYLEC tutor, an IELTS and Cambridge examiner, a pre-sessional EAP tutor, and an currently a IGCSE History teacher. Not to mention, he's also a former ADOS at IH Hanoi and DOS for SBC Canford summer 2015, and served as the BC Hanoi Staff Rep …
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What is Learning by Teaching (German: Lernen durch Lehren)? Lernen durch Lehren (Learning by Teaching) is a teaching method that involves students in the process of teaching a subject to others. The approach is based on the idea that the act of teaching promotes deeper understanding and retention of knowledge. In a Lernen durch Lehren setting, stud…
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What is the Lecture Method? Lecturing is the formal, teacher-centric, oral presentation of information to a large group of learners. We look at the pros and cons of this approach to teaching as we analyze a boring lecture, an interesting lecture, and a new exciting type of lecture class! #LectureMethodOfTeachingMeritsAndDemerits #LectureMethodOfTea…
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We look at 5 steps to give clearer classroom instructions proposed by Jim Scrivener in his book 'Learning Teaching'. In language classes teachers have to give instructions for activities in a new language even though their learners may not have a very good command of the language. This means that teachers need to use classroom language which is nat…
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Click here to grow with other teacherpreneurs in our free support community. And click here to check out The Chilled Investor to make your money work for you. Nicola has been in ELT for over 20 years as a teacher, materials writer, and entrepreneur. She's written many coursebooks and over 200 pages of the British Council learning English website. M…
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In this episode, we discuss private vs public English assessments and the role of AI chat bots in teaching.In the ELT: Under The Covers crumbs on the sheets series, we take some tasty morsels from the current ELT (Education-Learning-Teaching) zeitgeist and go in depth _________________________________________________________________________________…
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What is the Engage Study Activate teaching method? The Engage Study Activate (ESA) teaching method emphasizes active learning in a meaningful context. This method is based on the idea that students learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process and when they are exposed to authentic and meaningful language use. The ESA method is …
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Click here to grow with other teacherpreneurs in our free support community. Ken has been in ELT since 1995. A teacher, trainer, and author, he has written or co-written over 20 books, including the recently published Connections 3 coursebooks with Pearson. In this episode, he dives into the lexical approach, why it never caught on and how teachers…
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What is the Practice Presentation Production Teaching Method? The Practice-Presentation-Production (PPP) teaching method is a method for foreign language instruction that emphasizes the gradual development of language skills through a sequence of activities. This method is based on the idea that language learning is a process that involves practice…
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What is Communicative Language Teaching? Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) is a teaching method that emphasizes developing learners' ability to communicate effectively in the target language using authentic language in real-life situations. It focuses on holistic development of language skills such as listening, speaking, reading, and writing, …
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What is The Silent Way? The Silent Way is a language teaching method developed by Caleb Gattegno in the 1970s that emphasizes learner autonomy and minimal teacher talk. The method is based on the idea that the teacher should remain "silent" as much as possible, allowing the students to discover language for themselves through visual aids and their …
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What is the Suggestopedia Teaching Method? Suggestopedia is a 1970s teaching method that uses suggestion and psycho-physiology to create a relaxed and motivating environment for language learning. The method aims to help learners overcome psychological blocks and tap into their unconscious resources for learning. The teacher uses a variety of techn…
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What is Community Language Learning? Community Language Learning (CLL) is a student-centered teaching method that promotes language learning through interactive communication within a supportive community setting. Developed by Charles Curran in the 1960s, CLL emphasizes the use of the target language to encourage students to actively engage in the …
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What is the total physical response method? Total Physical Response (TPR) is a language teaching method that uses physical movement and gestures to facilitate language learning. It involves the teacher giving commands in the target language, and students responding with physical actions. This method gradually introduces new vocabulary and grammar s…
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What is the Audio Lingual Method (ALM)? The Audio-Lingual Method, also known as the Army Method or New Key, is a teaching method for foreign languages that emphasizes the use of repetitive drills and patterns to teach language skills. This method is based on the idea that language learning is similar to habit formation, and that language can be acq…
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What is the Direct Method? The Direct Method, also known as the Natural Method, is a teaching method for foreign languages that emphasizes the use of the target language as the primary means of instruction. This method is based on the idea that language is best learned through direct and natural exposure to the language in use, rather than through …
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What is the Grammar-Translation Method? It is a traditional approach to teaching foreign languages that emphasizes the translation of texts from the target language into a student's native language. Historically, this method has been used to teach classical languages like Latin and Greek, but it is also used to teach modern languages, especially in…
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Click here to grow with other teacherpreneurs in our free support community. Leo, Mike and Andrew return to the studio to discuss the most common challenges teacherpreneurs face. They get into the three hats that a teacherpreneur needs and how to build up each one. Specifically, they talk about: balancing the teacher, creator, and entrepreneur in y…
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Click here to grow with other teacherpreneurs in our free support community. Leo, Mike, and Andrew hop in the studio to record their annual year-end audit. Here, they reflect on the lessons they learned in 2022. They run through specific lessons that drive success, failure, and resilience. Specific lessons they touch on are: 1. It always takes long…
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Nicola began her career as an English Language Teaching MA graduate. She diversified her skills by transitioning to academic management, becoming a published writer of graded readers, and expanding her expertise to copyediting, content writing, and financial investments for teachers. Find her at: https://simpleenglishuk.wordpress.com/about/ https:/…
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Grow with other teacherpreneurs in our free support community. Danny Norrington Davies and Richard Chinn have done extensive research on emergent language and have co-authored "Working with emergent language." Danny has over 25 years in the industry and is currently a CELTA and DELTA tutor. His first book "Teaching Grammar: From Rules to Reasons" w…
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Shannon Felt is a teacher, CELTA/DELTA trainer, and teacherpreneur who co-founded TEFL Horizons. She manages a blog, conducts webinars, and provides online certification courses for English teachers. Shannon also hosts the "Expand Your Horizons" podcast. #TEFL #TESOL #ELT Check out more: ✔ Teacher Interviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P…
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Join our free teacherpreneur community. Katarina Mentzelopoulos is an ESRC-funded Ph.D. student at the University of Nottingham, UK. Her research interests include language learning motivation, exceptional language learning, multilingualism and learner identity. She recently co-authored two books with the late Zoltán Dörnyei: Stories from Exception…
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Bruno is an experienced English teacher and trainer for 25+ years, conducting research in Teaching Methods, Language Education, and Didactics at Katholieke Hogeschool VIVES in Belgium. He authored EFL coursebook series for Van In publishers: Breakaway, Takeaway, and High Five, and writes articles, tweets (@BrunoLeys), and blogs #TEFL #TESOL #ELT Ch…
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EduTuber OG Mark Kulek runs a hugely popular Youtube channel @MarkKulek that focuses on speaking practice videos for younger learners. He also produces an array of English language learning materials that you can find on his website MarkKulek.com, along with teaching teachers at a university in Japan. #markkulekesl #Edutuber #MarkKulek Check out mo…
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Join our free teacherpreneur community. Chris Jacobs joins Mike and Andrew to talk about flow theory. Chris is an assistant professor at the University of Nebraska, teaching French, Italian, Spanish, and Linguistics. He is currently working on projects exploring learning optimization through flow - flow is a state of deep focus on an enjoyable acti…
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@EnglishwithLucy is a British Council innovation award winning edutuber who runs a popular English language learning channel on YouTube. With over 8 million subscribers and 318 million views, the channel offers a wide range of engaging videos on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and conversation skills. https://englishwithlucy.co.uk/ #TEFL #TESOL…
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Russell Stannard is a British teacher and author known for his expertise in technology-enhanced language learning. He developed the website "Teacher Training Videos", which offers free video resources for language teachers. Stannard has authored several books, including "Computer-Aided Language Learning" and "Using Video in Language Teaching". He i…
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Join our free teacherpreneur community. Leo, Mike, and Andrew talk about burnout in education, Learn YOUR English beginnings, their journey, and how teachers can overcome obstacles. Drawing parallels from stories presented in Malcolm Gladwell's David and Goliath - the beginning of French impressionism, why going to Harvard isn't necessarily an adva…
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Want to use Dogme and TBLT to grow your sustainable teaching business? Schedule a chat with us to see if we can help. This is a very special episode of Teacher Talking Time, in partnership with the University of Groningen in The Netherlands. This episode was created as part of the final assessment of MA course "The CEFR in Context: Learning, Teachi…
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Nik Peachey is a freelance writer, teacher trainer, and consultant who specializes in digital publishing and online course development. He has worked worldwide as a teacher, trainer, and project manager since 1992. Nik was previously the Global Head of Learning for Macmillan's online English school EnglishUp from 2014 to 2016. In 2016, he won his s…
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Want to use Dogme and TBLT to grow your sustainable teaching business? Schedule a chat with us to see if we can help. Anthony Gaughan is a teacher and teacher-trainer with over 25 years of experience working in the corporate, state secondary, higher education, and private adult education sectors. He is a Cambridge English approved Assessor and Main…
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Doctor Jean-Pol Martin established the Learning By Teaching method (German: Lernen durch Lehren - LDL) for students to learn by teaching their peers. The method became widely used in Germany in secondary education, and in the 1990s it was further formalized and began to be used in universities as well, and has spread to other disciplines and other …
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Mary is a Trinity College London accredited English Teacher, currently pursuing a Master in Technology-Mediated Language Teaching and Learning and a Cambridge Delta Mod 2 course at the same time along with running an online teaching business and Youtube channel. She has been working in the International Education industry for many years, having hel…
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Take the LYE Free 120-hour training on growing your teaching business in 5 days. Click here to enroll free. Want to talk about how to grow your business? Schedule a chat with us to see if we can help. Florencia Henshaw has a Ph.D. in Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where she is no…
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