Detailed Practical “How to” Guide: Teaching One-to-One-in-a-Group

Here is a longer article about the technique of teaching one-to-one-in-a-group. You’ll find some background discussion plus detailed practical guidance on using this classroom technique.

It follows on from Adrian’s earlier article.

Click this link to read the new article or (on a PC) Right-Click and “Save link as …” to download it: One to One in a Group (Jim)

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  5. rosangela

    Dear all,

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    On Tue, 22 Jan 2013 12:16:52 +0000, Demand High ELT wrote:

    > demandhighelt posted: “Here is a longer article about the technique of teaching one-to-one-in-a-group. You’ll find some background discussion plus detailed practical guidance on using this classroom technique. It follows on from Adrian’s earlier article. Click this link t” > >

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