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Blog Report - ELT blogosphere January 2010

Here's a list of some of the great articles recently published by various Bloggers in ELT: some I wrote, most I read!

TEACHING ENGLISH : ISSUES AND TOPICS
**What do Mirror Neurons have to do with Language Learning or Teaching? Anything?
Kalinago English

**Should L1 be banned from the classroom?
Kalinago English

**Against Translation
TurkishTEFL

**A is for the A of onset
An A-Z of ELT

**Why I mentor
TEFLtastic

**The Nightmare stalking young learner education

English Raven

**Teaching the Generations
Ask Auntie Web

**Two new heavyweight TEFLrs join the blogosophere: can you guess who?
Kalinago English


SOCIAL NETWORKING

**Faces and Social Networking: on or off?
Kalinago English

**Death by PLN: does the internet matter
The lives of teachers



FOR STUDENTS

**World's 1st Creative-Commons licensed textbook
Widgets

**Getting students reading blogs
Kalinago English



TECHNOLOGY AND TEACHING

**Riding the crest of the wave (google wave)
Janet Abruzzo's Edu Blog

**Creating Quizzes with Photopeach
LifeFeast

**Sound Sequences
A Teacher in Taoyuan

**Cropping Youtube videos to create activities
Nik Peachey's Learning Technology Blog

**How to get started with teaching online
Kalinago English

**8 radical technological advances that rocked education
Kalinago English

Did you read or write anything interesting recently, do add the links below!

Take care,
Karenne

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