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The ELTchat podcast contains all the latest news from the world of English Language Teaching. Made by teachers, for teachers, it will keep you up to date with everything that is going on in ELT, concentrating on our twice weekly Twitter chat, #ELTchat. Go to eltchat.com for more information.
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June 2014

June 2014

2014-06-2033:06

In June’s podcast: Sandy Millin speaks to new #ELTchat moderator Hada Litim. Phil Longwell speaks to Kevin Stein, Adam Beale, and Adi Rajan. Chris speaks to Mura Nava and Matthew Noble on how to react to a bad lesson. For ELTchat updates, go to: eltchat.org, join our facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/eltchat/) and follow @ELTchat (https://twitter.com/ELTchat) on Twitter. Thanks to our contributors and guests: Hada Litim (https://twitter.com/HadaLitim) Kevin Stein (https://twitter.com/kevchanwow, http://theotherthingsmatter.wordpress.com/) Adam Beale (https://twitter.com/bealer81, http://fiveagainstone.wordpress.com/) Adi Rajan (https://twitter.com/adi_rajan, http://adirajan.wordpress.com/) Mura Nava (https://twitter.com/muranava, http://eflnotes.wordpress.com/) Matthew Noble (https://twitter.com/NewbieCELTA, http://celtatrainer.wordpress.com/) The show was produced and presented by James Taylor (https://twitter.com/theteacherjames, http://theteacherjames.com), Chris Wilson (https://twitter.com/MrChrisJWilson, http://eltsquared.co.uk/), Sandy Millin (https://twitter.com/sandymillin, http://sandymillin.wordpress.com/) and Phil Longwell (https://twitter.com/teacherphili, http://teacherphili.wordpress.com/)
December 2013

December 2013

2013-12-1234:59

In December’s podcast: Chris Wilson speaks to Leo Selivan in a tribute to Dave Willis. Vicky Loras speaks to Sue Annan Chris speaks to Alex Grevett about English as a Lingua Franca and pronunciation. For ELTchat updates, go to: eltchat.org, join our facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/eltchat/) and follow @ELTchat (twitter.com/ELTchat) on Twitter. Thanks to our contributors and guests: Leo Selivan (https://twitter.com/leoselivan, http://leoxicon.blogspot.com/) Sue Annan (https://twitter.com/SueAnnan, http://sueannan.blogspot.com/) Alex Grevett (https://twitter.com/breathyvowel, http://breathyvowel.wordpress.com/) To download Lexical Syllabus by Dave Willis, go to http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/edacs/departments/english/research/resources/lexical-syllabus.aspx The show was produced and presented by James Taylor (https://twitter.com/theteacherjames, http://theteacherjames.com), Chris Wilson (https://twitter.com/MrChrisJWilson, http://eltsquared.co.uk/) and Vicky Loras (https://twitter.com/vickyloras, http://vickyloras.wordpress.com/)
Cecilia Lemos on error correction
June 2013

June 2013

2013-06-1238:07

June’s podcast introduces my new co-host, Chris Wilson, who spoke to Paul Braddock on the flipped classroom. The show also features Cecilia Lemos on oral correction, Vicky Loras talks to Wiktor Kostrzewski, and Katy Davies lists her top ten reasons for going to the IATEFL conference. For ELTchat updates, go to: eltchat.org, join our facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/eltchat/) and follow @ELTchat (twitter.com/ELTchat) on Twitter. Thanks to our contributors and guests: Paul Braddock (https://twitter.com/bcnpaul1, http://bcnpaul1.blogspot.com/) Cecilia Lemos (https://twitter.com/CeciELT, http://cecilialemos.com/) Vicky Loras (https://twitter.com/vickyloras, http://vickyloras.wordpress.com/) Wiktor Kostrzewski (https://twitter.com/Wiktor_K, http://www.16kinds.com/) Katy Davies (https://twitter.com/KatySDavies, http://lessonsfrommystudents.wordpress.com/) The show was produced and presented by James Taylor (https://twitter.com/theteacherjames, http://theteacherjames.com) and Chris Wilson (https://twitter.com/MrChrisJWilson, http://eltsquared.co.uk/).
The #eltchat podcast is back, thanks for your patience! In this month’s podcast we present a recording from this year’s IATEFL conference. ELTchat moderators Shaun Wilden and Marisa Constantinides hosted a session entitled “Autonomous Professional Development Begins At Home” as part of the Teacher Development Special Interest Group of IATEFL. For ELTchat updates, go to: eltchat.org, join our facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/eltchat/) and follow @ELTchat (twitter.com/ELTchat) on Twitter. The show was produced and presented by James Taylor (https://twitter.com/theteacherjames, http://theteacherjames.com).
Phil Longwell gives us his version of mindfulness and how it applies to the ELT classroom.
November 2012

November 2012

2012-11-1429:55

August’s podcast features Phil Longwell on mindfulness, Vicky Loras talks to Rachael Roberts and speaks to me about the ETAS conference in Switzerland, and Chris Wilson tells us about new type of summary. For ELTchat updates, go to: eltchat.org, join our facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/eltchat/) and follow @ELTchat (twitter.com/ELTchat) on Twitter. Thanks to our contributors and guests: Phil Longwell (https://twitter.com/teacherphili, http://tpstefltravels.blogspot.co.uk/) Vicky Loras (https://twitter.com/vickyloras, http://vickyloras.wordpress.com/) Rachael Roberts (https://twitter.com/teflerinha, http://www.elt-resourceful.com/) Chris Wilson (https://twitter.com/MrChrisJWilson, http://eltsquared.co.uk/) The show was produced and presented by James Taylor (https://twitter.com/theteacherjames, http://theteacherjames.com).
Naomi Epstein is a teacher and national counselor of English as a foreign language to deaf and hard of hearing students in Israel. She has been doing this for over 25 years. She works five days a week at Yehud Comprehensive High-School (though she began as an elementary school teacher) which has the largest program for deaf and hard of hearing students in a regular high-school in the country. On the sixth day she's a “Shema” national counselor, mainly for teachers of pupils who are mainstreamed. And on the seventh day, she rests! You can find her at her blog http://visualisingideas.edublogs.org/ and on Twitter at https://twitter.com/naomishema. Naomi was interviewed by Vicky Loras. Vicky blogs at http://vickyloras.wordpress.com/ and you can follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/vickyloras.
August 2012 Episode 2

August 2012 Episode 2

2012-08-2429:50

This week, Vicky Loras catches up with one of our loyal chatters Lesley Cioccarelli, Tamas Lorincz speaks to Genevieve White, who tells us about how she discovered ELTchat, and Bruno is back with more interviews from the BRAZTesol conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. For ELTchat updates, go to: https://www.facebook.com/groups/eltchat/ and follow @ELTchat (https://twitter.com/ELTchat) on Twitter. Thanks to our contributors: Vicky Loras (https://twitter.com/vickyloras, http://vickyloras.wordpress.com/) Bruno Andrade (https://twitter.com/BrunoELT/, http://www.edutechbrazil.blogspot.com) A big thank to our guests: Lesley Cioccarelli (https://twitter.com/cioccas, http://cioccas.blogspot.com/) Genevieve White (https://twitter.com/ShetlandESOL, http://www.esolinshetland.blogspot.com/) Marcia Lima (http://twitter.com/bamarcia, http://whereenglishisfun.blogspot.com/) Malu Sciamarelli (http://twitter.com/malusciamarelli, http://www.malusciamarelli.com/) Henrick Opera (twitter.com/hoprea, hoprea.wordpress.com/) Vinicius Nobre (http://twitter.com/vinnienobre) The show was produced and presented by James Taylor (https://twitter.com/theteacherjames, http://theteacherjames.blogspot.com).
The full and uncut interview between James Taylor and Johanna Stirling based on your tweets. To buy Johanna's book Teaching Spelling To English Language Learners, go to her blog http://thespellingblog.blogspot.com. You can also follow her on twitter at https://twitter.com/johannastirling and join her Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/thespellingpage. The show was produced and presented by James Taylor (twitter.com/#!/theteacherjames, theteacherjames.blogspot.com/).
August 2012

August 2012

2012-08-0927:13

August’s podcast features a round up of the months chats with Dina Dobrou, Johanna Stirling on spelling, and Bruno Andrade reports from the BrazlTESOL conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. For ELTchat updates, go to: eltchat.com and follow @ELTchat (twitter.com/ELTchat) on Twitter. Thanks to our contributors: Dina Dobrou (twitter.com/dinadobrou, onair.edublogs.org/) Bruno Andrade (twitter.com/BrunoELT/, edutechbrazil.blogspot.com/) A big thank to our guests: Johanna Stirling (twitter.com/johannastirling/, thespellingblog.blogspot.com, facebook.com/thespellingpage) Leandra Dias (twitter.com/llea_dias, eltcandyland.blogspot.com) Cecilia Lemos (twitter.com/CeciELT, cecilialcoelho.wordpress.com/) Henrick Opera (twitter.com/hoprea, hoprea.wordpress.com/) The show was produced and presented by James Taylor (twitter.com/#!/theteacherjames, theteacherjames.blogspot.com/).
An extended interview with Tony Gurr on teacher observations. A big thank you to Tony. you can find him on twitter at https://twitter.com/tonygurr and at his blog http://allthingslearning.wordpress.com/. Apologies for the sound quality of this podcast.
June 2012

June 2012

2012-06-2031:19

June’s podcast features a round up of the months chats with Sandy Millin, an update on the latest ELTchat news with moderator Marisa Constantinides, Tony Gurr on teacher observations and Vicky Loras talks to Naomi Epstein. For ELTchat updates, go to http://eltchat.com/ Thanks to our contributors: Sandy Millin, (https://twitter.com/sandymillin, http://sandymillin.wordpress.com/), Vicky Loras (@vickyloras, http://vickyloras.wordpress.com/) Marisa Constantinides (https://twitter.com/Marisa_C, http://marisaconstantinides.edublogs.org/), A big thank to our guests: Tony Gurr (https://twitter.com/tonygurr, http://allthingslearning.wordpress.com/) Naomi Epstein (https://twitter.com/naomishema, http://visualisingideas.edublogs.org/) The show was produced and presented by James Taylor (https://twitter.com/theteacherjames, http://theteacherjames.blogspot.com/).
Hear the full interview between Vicky Loras and Yitzha Sarwono. Follow Yitzha on Twitter: https://twitter.com/yitzha_sarwono Follow Vicky on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vickyloras The show was produced by James Taylor (@theteacherjames, http://theteacherjames.blogspot.com/).
Because the podcast has been delayed by production issues (I went on holiday!), I thought I'd share some great interviews and recordings from IATEFL Glasgow. Sandy Millin shares her first international conference experience with us, Dina Dobrou interviews some teachers new to Twitter and ELTchat, and I speak to Sharon Hartle and Shaun Wilden.
President of TESOL France, Bethany Cagnol, tells us all about the ELTchat Blog Challenge and reminisces on her earliest lessons.
This month the ELTchat podcast comes from the IATEFL conference in Glasgow. In this special edition podcast, you’ll hear from a whole range of ELTchat people, including the man who tweets as OUPeltglobal.
On this week's ELTchat podcast, listen to the uncut interview with Shaun Wilden as he talks about ELTchat's plans for the IATEFL conference in Glasgow.
February’s bumper podcast features a round up of the months chats, an interview with moderator Shaun Wilden about the upcoming ELTchat symposium at the IATEFL conference, a look back on last month’s blog challenge with Tara Benwell and the announcement of next month’s challenge with Bethany Cagnol. There’s also an interview with Yitzha Sarwono. For ELTchat updates, go to: http://eltchat.com/ Thanks to our contributors: Sandy Millin, (@sandymillin, http://sandymillin.wordpress.com/), Vicky Loras (@vickyloras, http://vickyloras.wordpress.com/) Elinda Gjondedaj (@ElindaGjondedaj, http://magicineducation.wordpress.com/) Shaun Wilden (@shaunwilden, http://shaunwilden.com/) A big thank to our guests: Tara Benwell (@tarabenwell, http://my.englishclub.com/profile/EnglishTeacher, http://www.tarabenwell.com/) Bethany Cagnol (@bethcagnol, http://freelanceteacherinfrance.blogspot.com/) Yitzha Sarwono (@yitzha_sarwono, http://yitzhasarwono.posterous.com/) The show was produced and presented by James Taylor (@theteacherjames, http://theteacherjames.blogspot.com/). Some of the music stings are taken from http://incompetech.com/
Hear the full interview between Vicky Loras and Cherry Philipose. Follow Cherry on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cherrymp Follow Vicky on Twitter: @vickyloras The show was produced by James Taylor (@theteacherjames, http://theteacherjames.blogspot.com/).
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