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E-Newsletter, Issue 31 (September – October 2017)

In the current issue Editors’ Corner (p. 3) Teaching a Touching Tale about Three Artists: O. Henry’s “The Last Leaf” (1907) (Bill Templer) (p. 5) Reflections: “You can take a horse to water, but you cannot make it drink.” (Dennis Newson) (p. 22) Seasons with Tablets (Tsvetelena Taralova) (p. 29) Impressions from ELT Signposts 2017, [...]

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E-Newsletter, Issue 27 (January – February 2017)

In the current issue Editors’ Corner (p. 3) Terrae Incognitae: Learner Autonomy and Gamification (Christian Ludwig) (p. 4) What Not to Do to Get Students Reading (Mark Bartholomew) (p. 18) It Can Take No Tech to Kill a Mockingbird (Reneta Stoimenova)  (p. 22) Introducing a Classic Lesson Plan for Two Texts on Discrimination (Bill Templer)  [...]

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Call for contributions to BETA-IATEFL E-Newsletter (November – December 2015)

Dear Colleagues, We would like to invite you to contribute to the November – December  2015 issue of the BETA-IATEFL E-Newsletter (ISSN 1314-6874). Please send your contributions to the editors at beta.iateflbg@gmail.com by 10 December 2015. Submissions received after this date will be considered for publication in the subsequent issues of the E-Newsletter . Your [...]

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E-Newsletter, Issue 19 (September – October 2015)

In the current issue Editors’ Corner (p. 3) Pancake Day: How to Make Pancakes Online. An Idea for ESP Classes (Teodora Mincheva)  (p. 5) Exploring Mark Twain’s The Californian’s Tale: American Dream Turned Nightmare (Bill Templer) (p. 8) Social and Emotional Learning for ESL Teachers (Plamen Kushkiev)  (p. 36) Report from IATEFL Poland’s 2015 Conference [...]

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E-Newsletter, Issue 18 (July-August 2015)

In the current issue Editors’ Corner  …  5 Making the most of your teaching context: SEETA Research Project (Desmond Thomas, Zarina Markova, Anna Parisi) ……   7 Classrooms and contexts: how to make your mixed class a happy class (Anne Wiseman)    ……    23 A reactive approach to teaching English through literature (Svetlana Dimitrova-Gyuzeleva)  …… [...]

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E-Newsletter, Issue 17 (May-June 2015)

In the current issue Editors’ Corner (p. 3) Saints and Sinners  (Almina Shashko) (p. 5) Lives of Teachers as a Focus for Research and Sharing in Bulgarian ELT (Bill Templer) (p. 7) 24th BETA-IATEFL Annual International Conference and Pre-Conference Event, 6th-7th June 2015, Sofia, Bulgaria (Albena Stefanova)(p. 31) Conference Reflections (Valentina Raynova, Nadezhda Tsoneva and [...]

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E-Newsletter, Issue 14 (November-December 2014)

In the current issue Editors’ Corner (p. 4) SEETA Small-Scale Research Project (Desmond Thomas, Zarina Markova, Anna Parisi) (p. 5) Action Research in ELT:  Customising Our Classroom and Improving Our Own Practice (Svetlana Dimitrova-Gyuzeleva) (p. 17) An Action-oriented Approach in the Context of Blended Learning (Mariya Neykova) (p. 36) Theory and Practice: How to Make [...]

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Openness and connectedness: exploring the landscape of English language teaching in the modern world (selected papers)

Selected papers from the 22nd BETA-IATEFL Annual International Conference 21st – 23rd June 2013, Varna, Bulgaria BETA E-Newsletter, Issue 7, Year II, September-October 2013, ISSN 1314-6874 Contents: Kaizen and appropriate methodology: Innovation in the provision of pre-service education and training for English Language Teachers Steve Mann 5 Openness and connectedness – can we teach that? [...]

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ELT tendencies in pre-school and primary school education

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Enthusiasm for team presentations?

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