[Assessment 1243] Re: {Dangerous Content?} RE: Assessment Digest, Vol 29, Issue 70

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Sun Feb 10 18:57:58 EST 2008



MLOTS (David Rosen in Mass.) was working on a project to produce online instructional demo/best practices videos. Anyone know of the progress on that?







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From: Mary Lynn Simons <macsimoin at hotmail.com>
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Subject: [Assessment 1236] Re: {Dangerous Content?} RE: Assessment Digest, Vol 29, Issue 70













Videos of good teachers teaching ESL are tremendously helpful. San Diego used to use them for new teachers and probably still does. Does anyone know where to get such videos? The main problem an inexperienced ESL teacher has is how to elicit language from students, and watching a good teacher is the best way to learn the? techniques. The biggest mistake new ESL teachers make is too much talking themselves -- usually talking about things students cannot possibly understand.


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