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Graded Readers in ELT; the Benefits and ways of Using them

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Transcript of 2nd #ELTchat on 20/11/2013 Graded readers in ELT_the benefits and ways of using them.xlsx

 

 

username utc date status
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:02 Is anyone around to discuss graded readers and how to best use them #eltchat
LizziePinard 11/20/2013 21:03 @Marisa_C #eltchat nominally! (knackered as ever so sense-making may be minimal again…)
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:03 me. sorry I'm late #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:03 Good evening. Ready :-) #eltchat
ELTchat 11/20/2013 21:04 It's time for #ELTchat: "Graded readers in ELT: the benefits and ways of using them" Who's ready?
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:05 @HanaTicha @Marisa_C @LizziePinard Good afternoon! #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:05 RT @ELTchat: It's time for #ELTchat: "Graded readers in ELT: the benefits and ways of using them" Who's ready?
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:06 @theteacherjames @SueAnnan @HanaTicha @LizziePinard hello all - we are all knackered end of long day but let's inspire 1another :-) #eltchat
MicaelaCarey 11/20/2013 21:06 Hi everyone!  I'm here too #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:07 Please join #eltchat chat and please don't post other stuff for the next hour or so all our tweets on graded readers
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:07 do any of you use graded readers in class? #eltchat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:08 RT @Marisa_C: Please join #eltchat chat and please don't post other stuff for the next hour or so all our tweets on graded readers
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:08 @SueAnnan I do. I love them :-) #eltchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:08 Hi all! I'm a little late, sorry. #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:08 @Marisa_C @SueAnnan @HanaTicha @LizziePinard I'm not, it's just mid afternoon here. I still have energy to spare!! :-) #ELTchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:08 @MicaelaCarey hey Micaela welcome - @SueAnnan we do - we have a book box we take around #eltchat - and a library shelf too :-)
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:08 @theteacherjames great!!! will give you the lead then!!! :-D #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:09 @SueAnnan yes but rarely #eltchat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:09 yes. I use them more like a library- students take them home to read and swap them #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:09 @Ven_VVE Hi! #ELTchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:10 @SueAnnan That's one way. They can also be exploited in the lessons. Espec. if audio is available too #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:10 we have a little library for Ss to borrow from but I've started trying to introduce them in class a little #eltchat
LizziePinard 11/20/2013 21:10 #eltchat I don't per se but have set up an extensive reading programme and some ss chose to read graded readers
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:10 A lending library of graded readers is great #eltchat - have u ever used one reader for a while with a class? I believe has great benefits
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:10 @Marisa_C Whoops... ;-) #ELTChat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:10 #eltchat @SueAnnan We have a selection in the school library. I encourage Ss to borrow, but don't use them much in class.
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:11 @HanaTicha what do you do with them? #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:11 @leedsacademy From my experience, if I leave it up to Ss, they'll won't get much out of them #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:11 I've never had access to GR so my opinions are all theoretical, not practical. #ELTChat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:12 @HanaTicha me too, that's why I've started trying to use some class time for reading. #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:12 @SueAnnan 1) For vocab extension. One student at the board writing new vocab, others listening/following if I have enough copies #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:13 In the past whenever i have use a class reader over a number of lessons great improvement overall #eltchat
MicaelaCarey 11/20/2013 21:13 I have graded readers for my YLs but mostly as a Fast Finisher activity #eltchat  only have one copy of each book
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:13 @leedsacademy @HanaTicha Do you think Ss might not be motivated to read on their own? #eltchat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:14 @HanaTicha my students are mixed nationalities. Their unknown vocab would all be different #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:14 @SueAnnan 2) Reading practice - one level below=good for fluency #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:14 @Marisa_C but it's difficult to find one that all Ss find interesting. #eltchat
LizziePinard 11/20/2013 21:14 RT @leedsacademy: @Marisa_C but it's difficult to find one that all Ss find interesting. #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:15 @MarianneCaers Depends on the level of your Ss - sometimes GRs are the only option #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:15 @MarianneCaers short stories are great for adults and they CAN be used as a class readed - extensive reading practice #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:15 RT @leedsacademy: @Marisa_C but it's difficult to find one that all Ss find interesting. #eltchat > agree so it's up to T to motivate
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:15 @SueAnnan You have to find a compromise then or choose different levels of GRs #eltchat
NetClickInc 11/20/2013 21:15 Q1 Do you use any student response system? #ELTchat #specialedchat http://t.co/PQaAsWNH9A http://t.co/Bz9hpFxmMh
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:16 @Ven_VVE @HanaTicha some aren't. Extensive reading is good for avid readers but it's difficult to involve the less motivated.  #eltchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:17 @leedsacademy @HanaTicha #eltchat Used to want all Ss 2 read. Eventually came 2 think those who enjoy reading benefit more.
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:17 @HanaTicha @MarianneCaers Do you not think it's possible to find authentic stories that sts can understand without it being graded? #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:17 If Ss know 98% of the running words in the text, then authentic stories OK but otherwise GRs (if you want your Ss to read) #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:18 @theteacherjames @MarianneCaers There are a few, not many though. Hemingway is easy :-) #eltchat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:18 i find a lot of the GR are dull. #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:18 @leedsacademy @Ven_VVE @HanaTicha Agreed, but I think it's our job to motivate them. #ELTChat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:18 @SueAnnan Ss can make personal list of problem vocab and then share with partner. each explaining ones that weren't probs for them. #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:19 @SueAnnan True. Quality is important. GRs written for L2 classroom are the best. Not simplified ones. #eltchat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:19 @leedsacademy thanks. Good idea #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:20 I don't have mats in electronic form cos my stuff is old b t here is a  sample of a short story #eltchat http://t.co/OlN1cO3wEt
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:20 @HanaTicha @MarianneCaers I guess it's easier to find them. Although I think there are strategies that sts can learn that help. #ELTChat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:20 @HanaTicha i hadn't realised they were different. silly me :-) #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:20 @Ven_VVE @leedsacademy But you need to read to extend vocabulary. That's the most natural way. #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:21 @SueAnnan then change partners, repeat a few times. finally, only a few common problem vocab + Ss learn to rely more on each other #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:21 The fact that Ss can go from blurb to blurb is a strong motivat. factor #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:21 RT @NetClickInc:   #ELTchat  block this ID - it's a bot churning out stuff
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:23 I find that in the same way u work with unmotivating text which you HAVE to use you need to think of motivating activities #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:23 @HanaTicha @Ven_VVE agreed, but you can't force Ss to read.  :) #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:23 Info gap activities work well with GRs - each student reads one chapter, swap info #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:24 @leedsacademy @Ven_VVE Well, we can't force Ss to learn, write, speak, etc. either, can we? :-) #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:24 @Ven_VVE now I ask all Ss to choose a book, read chapter one in class and then tell each other whether they think it's good or not. #eltchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:25 @leedsacademy @HanaTicha #eltchat True. Plus the faster ones tend to get frustrated with the slower ones.
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:25 My approach to using an assigned CR is to use small texts as prereading for the longer text Ss read at home #eltchat
plots_of_brum 11/20/2013 21:25 #eltchat Ss read them at home at come back to class with 3-4 new words which we share and s'times recycle as class
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:26 @HanaTicha @Ven_VVE reading a book is more of a commitment than writing a paragraph. I'm not trying to 'punish' reluctant readers #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:27 What I like about GRs is that they bridge the gap between texts and books #eltchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:27 @HanaTicha @leedsacademy #eltchat No, but it can be tricky with reading. Some just don't read for pleasure in L1.
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:27 What about starting a reading circle? Maybe once a fortnight Ss talk abt bks they have read and review them #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:28 @plots_of_brum Good idea! #eltchat
raybramson17 11/20/2013 21:28 RT @NetClickInc: Turn presentation into conversation #ELTchat #specialedchat participants. LOQ http://t.co/PQaAsWNH9A http://t.co/ZU4sScHJlo
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:28 @Ven_VVE @leedsacademy Yes, so the choice is crucial. I've just got a graded reader of ghost stories. Ss love it. #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:29 @Marisa_C yes, I like the idea of making them as much like informal book clubs as possible. Very natural, not so stuffy. #ELTchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:29 @Marisa_C done this with oxford GR and willing Ss. Some great ideas for reading clubs on OUP site. #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:29 @Marisa_C Yes, I'm in favour of extensive reading programmes! Haven't started yet, though :-( #eltchat
plots_of_brum 11/20/2013 21:30 @theteacherjames #eltchat thanks. Tends to be the same Ss that do this as you can't motivate everyone to read for pleasure, but seems2 work
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:30 @leedsacademy can u share a link pls? #eltchat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:30 seems that they work best with students who are long term, then?#eltchat
cgoodey 11/20/2013 21:31 MT @theteacherjames: @Marisa_C yes, I like the idea of making them as much like informal book clubs as possible. #ELTchat < Me too!!
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:31 @SueAnnan But you can use them effectively over a short period of time as well #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:32 @plots_of_brum yes, it's difficult, although I try to make them aware that it's not just books they can read, but also articles etc #ELTchat
cgoodey 11/20/2013 21:33 #ELTchat I have a reading group with learners using a selection of Cambridge English Readers. Learners enjoy it & notice learning & progress
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:33 #eltchat I think reading for pleasure a great habit to encourage - see Krashen's talk abt acquisition thru compelling readings!
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:33 What's most valued about GRs is the fact that high frequency  vocab is repeated so incidental learning is high #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:33 @Marisa_C need to register for free and there's loads here http://t.co/yMWX0PGfgD  https://t.co/VDcGDBwpaw    #eltchat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:33 RT @Ashowski:  I've never  considered using them  - until now possibly  guess they could bring extensive reading to YL's, right? #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:33 #eltchat using twubs cos tweetdeck getting stuck
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:33 RT @HanaTicha What's most valued about GRs is the fact that high frequency  vocab is repeated so incidental learning is high #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:34 @leedsacademy thanks am registered great link #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:34 @SueAnnan well YLs love being read to for one thing and that's a great intro to literacy #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:35 @SueAnnan yes, but you can read one chapter and predict what will happen, invent the story as a class.  #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:35 @cgoodey & I try to step out of it as much as I can too. @OUPELTGlobal's reading circles are great for this. http://t.co/6qryFApnZO #eltchat
cgoodey 11/20/2013 21:35 #ELTchat Learners find that the books, while at the right level for them, are often too short. It'd be nice to have some longer readers.
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:36 RT @Marisa_C: @SueAnnan well YLs love being read to for one thing and that's a great intro to literacy #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:36 And if you get to the 5,000 level GRs, your Ss will gradually get ready for authentic texts. So it's about structure as well. #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:36 #eltchat many publishers also print charts for the class for YL's or older to record and grade readers if they liked them etc
cgoodey 11/20/2013 21:36 RT @marygillespie4: @cgoodey Does everyone read the same book Carol or each talk about their own book? Do they read in class? #ELTchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:36 @cgoodey I agree  #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:36 @Marisa_C Ask my sts if I think that reading is important... #neverstopsmentioningit #eltchat :-)
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:37 RT @Marisa_C: #eltchat many publishers also print charts for the class for YL's or older to record and grade readers if they liked them etc
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:37 @cgoodey Yes, often B2 learners complain that authentic texts are too hard, but even highest level GRs aren't challenging enough. #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:37 @HanaTicha that's a great point, but true of ER in general though, no? #eltchat
plots_of_brum 11/20/2013 21:37 #eltchat this was posted on @natecla group today re graded readers. not looked properly yet. Focus on lower levels. http://t.co/qo363GN94a
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:38 @Ashowski join in the discussion. you will be welcome. just use the hashtag #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:38 @cgoodey @marygillespie4 #eltchat done both - assigned class reader or a book box for borrowing
Ashowski 11/20/2013 21:38 @SueAnnan Brilliant stuff! Thank you for adding the hashtag :) #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:38 http://t.co/NIWlkutMFd have some great stories that they wrote and designed numerous activities for. generally int and above  #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:39 #eltchat Class readers - graded or not - great springboard for lots of discussion and writing
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:39 @theteacherjames No really. In authentic texts there is are too many low-freq words which hinder understanding #eltchat
cgoodey 11/20/2013 21:40 @marygillespie4 Now it's separate but I've also done it as part of the group. EG every 2nd/3rd week one hour of class is book club #ELTchat
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HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:40 @Marisa_C Definitely, can serve as models for writing. But sometimes grammar GRs is simplified and distorted #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:41 asking Ss to write a profile of their favourite character and why they like him/her is a good activity #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:41 @HanaTicha greate idea  not as models but responsive writing e,g letters to or from characters journals of characters etc #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:42 roleplaying scenes from books - adding missing dialog #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:43 I remember a couple of the OUP readers being those that you make a choice, turn to a certain page. read in class and discuss/vote #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:43 @Marisa_C Agree. SS can also write simple reviews #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:43 @leedsacademy they were choose your own adventure types. one about a plane crash on a mountain.  #eltchat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 21:44 http://t.co/s4gs8pX16y is a great tool for analysing text for complexity #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:44 #eltchat in the Rocking Horse Winner link I sent earlier - Ss make a front page of the local paper - for creative and factual writing
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:45 @leedsacademy I did a similar thing by asking the sts to draw a character before watching the film version of the story. #ELTChat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:45 For more advanced Ss - they can compare the simplified version with the original. I loved it as a learner myself #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:46 @HanaTicha nice idea #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:46 @theteacherjames yeah, comparing books and films is good too. which did you prefer? What were the differences? etc.  #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:48 A lot of guessing activities can be done Who's the author? Guess the  tiltes of chapters, the ending, suggest continuation, sequel #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:48 #eltchat stop at a crucial point and offer the character advice 'If I were him, I'd ..."
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:49 #eltchat great OUP resource book called CLASS READERS - colleague of mine wrote it
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:49 So many great ideas! Graded readers are a treasure chest! :-) #eltchat
NetClickInc 11/20/2013 21:50 #ELTchat #specialedchat A paradigm shift for Presentation: DVS http://t.co/PQaAsWNH9A http://t.co/SCbznrsWbl
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:50 @HanaTicha Do you do these with YLs or adults? Think it might be hard 2 motivate some of my adult Ss for some of these activities. #eltchat
pacogascon 11/20/2013 21:51 RT @SueAnnan VocabProfile http://t.co/BvlxBMMvXT  is a great tool for analysing text for complexity (four word frequency levels) #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:51 #eltchat ask Ss to write a question each about the book and then have a class quiz using all of their qs
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:52 So which graded reader titles would you recommend to someone building a library? #ELTChat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:52 @Ven_VVE Yes, it depends. I do it with 12-17 age group mainly. But adult Ss have read a lot in the past and that's an advantage #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:53 @Ven_VVE deciding if the author is a male or female and saying why can lead to some good discussions about style/content.   #eltchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:53 @theteacherjames Detective stories were always popular with my students. :) #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:53 @leedsacademy @Ven_VVE That's thought-provoking! I would love to participate in such a discussion. #eltchat
cgoodey 11/20/2013 21:54 @theteacherjames Show a group of learners a brochure / selection of titles. Let them choose how to spend whatever funding available #ELTchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:55 @HanaTicha #eltchat Recent research showed in Croatia rel. few adults read in L1. Sad, really. :( #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:55 @cgoodey @theteacherjames great idea - or an onine publisher catalogue #eltchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:56 @leedsacademy #eltchat Yes, that does sound like fertile discussion ground! :)
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:56 If DOS didn't allocate funds - Ss would agree to buy one or two each and then swap around #eltchat GRs are cheap generally
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:56 @Ven_VVE That's a pity. I forgot that adults =18+. Yes, that makes sense. But my generation used to read a lot. #eltchat
cgoodey 11/20/2013 21:56 @Marisa_C @theteacherjames Yes! #ELTchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:57 @theteacherjames there's one from OUP, Survive. low level interactive choose your own ending. Ss loved it.  #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:57 @Ven_VVE yes, popular with me too :-) #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:57 @Marisa_C Agree! Let's teach our Ss to share knowledge! :-) #eltchat
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 21:57 RT @leedsacademy: @theteacherjames there's one from OUP, Survive. low level interactive choose your own ending. Ss loved it.  #eltchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 21:58 @HanaTicha Mine too! But quite a few Ss tell me they haven't read a book since university. :( #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 21:58 Also many GR's and unabridged for higher levels freely going on the web - eg the guttenberg project #eltchat
mikejhldn 11/20/2013 21:59 @cgoodey @theteacherjames that's what @JezUden did with his ELT reading cafés #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 21:59 I've tried to make my own graded reader by simplifying. Challenging but time consuming. #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 21:59 @Marisa_C In Thailand, bought a couple from my own pocket. Showed DOS the project work Ss did from them. DOS bought 40 titles.  :)  #eltchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 22:00 @HanaTicha In fact, those who get into borrowing readers regularly are often thrilled 2 be reading again! #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 22:00 @leedsacademy power of the good example well done! #eltchat
ESLlibrary 11/20/2013 22:01 RT @cgoodey: #ELTchat Learners find that the books, while at the right level for them, are often too short. It'd be nice to have some longe…
theteacherjames 11/20/2013 22:01 As we reach the end of this #eltchat, would anyone like to write a summary for us? Graded language not required!
ELTchat 11/20/2013 22:01 As we reach the end of this #eltchat, would anyone like to write a summary for us? Graded language not required!
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 22:01 @leedsacademy most parents here willing to waste loadsamoney for grammar books and stuff .... :-(   GRs cheap and useful #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 22:01 @Ven_VVE Yes, reading is contagious ( I believe) #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 22:02 @Marisa_C @leedsacademy GRs are not as cheap over here as you might think. Not terribly expensive but still #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 22:02 for YLs do an end of year show where they present scenes from fave books #eltchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 22:02 RT @HanaTicha: @Ven_VVE Yes, reading is contagious ( I believe) #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 22:02 @HanaTicha you might like http://t.co/NIWlkutMFd stumbled across it the other day. looks very interesting #eltchat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 22:03 RT @leedsacademy: @HanaTicha you might like http://t.co/NIWlkutMFd stumbled across it the other day. looks very interesting #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 22:03 @leedsacademy Thanks. I'll check that out. #eltchat
mikejhldn 11/20/2013 22:03 @cgoodey @theteacherjames http://t.co/jhOV1W6PjV if it hasn't already come up #eltchat #readers
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 22:03 @Marisa_C charge Ss $1 a week for book club to replenish stocks.  #eltchat
ESLlibrary 11/20/2013 22:03 We've been thinking about adding Graded Readers to our library. Lurking today. Thanks! #ELTChat
cgoodey 11/20/2013 22:04 @theteacherjames I've never done a summary but happy to give it a go if I can wait till the weekend... and if nobody else wants to #ELTchat
Ven_VVE 11/20/2013 22:04 Enjoyed this chat. Thanks everyone! #eltchat
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 22:04 @cgoodey @theteacherjames  go for it Carol #eltchat
HanaTicha 11/20/2013 22:05 Oh dear! Is that the time? I've enjoyed this chat sooo much! Thanks, everybody. #eltchat
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 22:05 @Marisa_C ask interested ones to write a review and set up a little class blog where they review and rate books for each other. #eltchat
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 22:05 @Ven_VVE @SueAnnan @leedsacademy @mikejhldn @HanaTicha @pacogascon @cgoodey @theteacherjames Thnks to all for joining #eltchat  :-)
leedsacademy 11/20/2013 22:07 #eltchat thanks everybody for the stimulating evening.
SueAnnan 11/20/2013 22:07 night all. Thanks for an interesting chat #eltchat
cgoodey 11/20/2013 22:07 @Marisa_C This evening's the most active I've been on Twitter in a long time! It was fun #ELTchat :-)
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 22:07 @MarianneCaers @plots_of_brum @ESLlibrary  thanks for joining #eltchat AND lurking :-)
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 22:08 @cgoodey yay! #eltchat Goodey to have you back
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 22:12 @plots_of_brum You did really well if a 1st timer!! Not lurking bur working! #eltchat :-)
Marisa_C 11/20/2013 22:13 @WordChikZ Here is the link to Krashen's video on my post Compelling Readings (for L2 acquisition) http://t.co/03SNAkeImM #eltchat

 

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