Online teaching 3 of 15: good practice

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Another great article with teaching advice, this time by Cecilia Nobre at Onestopenglish. There are great ideas about how to keep being professional and how to adapt the course to your learners’ needs, what free online resources there are and what you can do for homework. I’m reading this and can’t help thinking: whatever medium we use, good practice is still good practice! Use students’ own materials from time to time, build in revision and reflection activities – and don’t forget to start the lesson with a smile 🙂

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