The ELT Buzz News Report
All the "buzz" this week in ELT. February 06.
Dear ELT Professionals,
Our highlights from this week below. Lots of “buzz”.
My tip this week is again about ChatGPT and assessment. Higher Ed’s Susan D’Agostino outlines some views and suggestions on this topic.
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This Week’s ELT "Buzz“
Design And ELT - Philip Kerr looks at the state of design thinking in English language teaching and suggests, it isn't as clear cut a thing as it is made out to be. Also, a few suggested readings are offered.
Dogme vs CELTA - The Appling Tesol blog looks at these two approaches to teaching, comparing and contrasting them in light of Scott Thornbury's endorsement of each.
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Thomas Farrell - ELT Rants, Reviews, Reflections interviews Thomas Farrell about his reflective teaching framework and his recent professional activities in English language teaching.
ChatGPT Lies - Gary Marcus shares his thoughts about why we over-estimate the impact of ChatGPT and what it does and how it does it.
ChatGPT & Students - The Barefoot EFL Teacher outlines ways that students can take advantage of ChatGPT to supercharge their learning of English.
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