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Chris Edgoose @CEdgoose Based in Cambridge, UK

I'm an EFL Teacher at Bell International and just completed an MA student in Poetry at Manchester Metropolitan University

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Joined Twitter 9/3/12


Durante la segunda semana en @Bell_English tuvimos la oportunidad de aprender la mediación de conceptos y comunicac… https://t.co/dYiA7S70yO
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11/18
2019
University of Oxford: Make the Oxford Professor of Poetry open to all ages again - Sign the Petition! https://t.co/7JQX3YHR1H via @UKChange
10/19
2019
Woo hoo! Teaching English Online won an ELTon. So pleased. It’s been an amazing course to write and tutor on 😄 https://t.co/POyhTHH4bv
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6/15
2019
My first article for Headteacher News is out! https://t.co/fQhnkrV5Vl
Retweeted by Chris Edgoose.@laIoli best practice article in @HeadteacherNews on #CPD in the #EAL classroom https://t.co/pyvJZKNGzS https://t.co/2xF5mjgo0K
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseAs schools become linguistically & culturally diverse, it makes sense to ensure that teaching staff are adequately… https://t.co/vRy1JdVuof
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5/22
2019
Most educational innovations, contrary to what they claim, do not allow for self-development and “perpetuate the ‘I… https://t.co/OioeLBlg5z
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5/2
2019
@CeddesFolk Thanks Sandy.
4/16
2019
@kenbateup_ken @Chimphands @Bell_English Get back on Facebook you! @eltplanning @Bell_English @iTDipro @petesharma I imagine Pete will have an interesting view on it! @eltplanning @Bell_English the answer to all problems, and sometimes inappropriate tech leads to teachers being unf… https://t.co/4UTBiVzGrP @eltplanning @Bell_English He was just offering a critique of the industry focus on tech really. I think the main s… https://t.co/rvwnGTuoDv @eltplanning @Bell_English Yes the idea was that both natives and immigrants in the digital context are poor metaph… https://t.co/hlwXHyBz8n @Chimphands @Bell_English Could be scope for trying some of this bottom-up listening with the Bavarian group... @Chimphands @Bell_English So when the teacher (or students) stand in one place they produce greenhouse-like utteran… https://t.co/EXAqnfOz3J @Chimphands @Bell_English Do you mean his botanical walk through greenhouse, garden and jungle?Final tip: earworms that students can't get out of their head. I like this idea and always forget to use them in cl… https://t.co/bumH3Z5ybP
Retweeted by Chris Edgoose#Iatefl2019 Cauldwell shows us how to wade through treacle and use a monotone. The rules of connected speech are li… https://t.co/gTznSSxXvZ
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseThe rules of connected speech are useful for the garden but not adequate for the jungle. #IATEFL2019 @Bell_English#IATEFL2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/bkSzLRwV4E @Bell_English https://t.co/sWK53PHjVCEstablish greenhouse, garden and jungle areas in the physical classroom, says Richard Cauldwell. #IATEFL2019 @Bell_English @Bell_English https://t.co/ro6smPGNMC#IATEFL2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/LNnq9rjCud#IATEFL2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/Lm6Z9o7DwqRichard Cauldwell: you can teach listening at any point in a lesson through focus on the “sound substance” (a paral… https://t.co/zDHGoCJ74NLindsay Clandfield in good form #IATEFL2019 https://t.co/tBT8zB4RMC
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseInteresting authentic listening website https://t.co/jGYzDfIlHB. #IATEFL2019 @bellenglish https://t.co/iPJGkXwArzUse an “interruption checklist” for nervous learners to record and build their ability to ‘interrupt’ and therefore… https://t.co/tNYTYFUUYDA teacher is “a guide on the side, not a sage on the stage” says Johnny Day. But the process is gradual and you may… https://t.co/bBjCVQVeD1#IATEFL2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/9KsjfVSuiTSome “ifs” around EdTech in ELT. Are myths around EdTech hurting us? Increasing blame on the teacher for not adapti… https://t.co/W9pA3sTGmiThe language of EdTech is very amenable to ELT and so very attractive to us. #IATEFL2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/wb2PhMS4gH#IATEFL2019 https://t.co/oS1c1YWCzSEducation hasn’t changed/is obsolete is a problematic claim which is often linked to a desire to upgrade school tec… https://t.co/yvODVkGtm2But this Disruption never seems to happen. #IATEFL2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/TbtgSy1eCADisruptive Innovation #IATEFL2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/mx6bOLgk2f#IATEFL2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/AnaytzbCsbDigital natives and immigrants stereotypes learners and teachers says Lindsay Clandfield. #IATEFL2019 @Bell_EnglishFervent language applied to EdTech rather than other areas of teaching? #IATEFL2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/cmEKUXhZpmDo we neglect the third element listed here? #iatef2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/7Fbc98VzeKLindsay Clanfield final day plenary #IATEFL2019 @Bell_English https://t.co/C8Z68F0lyl"The organisation can be the most powerful catalyst for change or the worst barrier to success" - Silvana Richardso… https://t.co/F02HGsNAd2
Retweeted by Chris Edgoose @Chimphands @prebolledoc “Be a do-ru, not a guru”! Good mantra. 😊
4/5
2019
@laIoli currently speaking at #iatefl2019 on #CPD evaluation for deeper learning and impact creates better… https://t.co/l1GFsZ5Qqi
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseMethods of assessment (O’Sullivan). “We are never not assessing” https://t.co/SpdvOCW8r8#iatefl2019 https://t.co/iUcebpiXRh @Lindsay_Warwick Absolutely, Lindsay. This needs to be part of our ongoing research.Join me at 14:20 in Room 3a. I'll be looking at evaluating CPD for impact #iatefl2019
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseGreat IATEFL session by @CEdgoose and @SarkaKreuzova describing a CPD programme in developing decoding skills in li… https://t.co/GBaYHQOPUQ
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseThanks for sharing this, Bruno! #IATEFL2019 #bellenglish https://t.co/22Pqc05uEoExcited about @CEdgoose and my talk about our CPD project! #IATEFL2019 #bellenglish https://t.co/mFzd28Td51
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4/4
2019
Use visualisation as a tangible anchor for goals. Aid to motivation. “Motivation is the precursor to autonomy”. = i… https://t.co/FTIBq07MbALearner autonomy through life coaching strategy. Increase motivation through emphasising how learning English can… https://t.co/lrcVd5YeXAWe must confront the coursebooks limitations (through TBL) says Geoff Jordan #iatefl2019 https://t.co/Oz1eOx0Tiw#IATEFL2019 https://t.co/pQLVFqoq30You shouldn’t do past perfect because it’s Wednesday and it’s in the book. Do it when the learner needs it for a ta… https://t.co/bsdvQFTb8WCall for return to Task Based Learning. #iatefl19 https://t.co/8Hr1DlcB38#iatef2019 https://t.co/kcmhk7Z3DDCoursebooks are not in tune with what we know about the way learners learn. #IATEFL2019#IATEFL2019 https://t.co/jOqwM2QKzu#iatef2019 https://t.co/gd0Zk7oPyNhttps://t.co/M988TtXmsO#iatefl19 https://t.co/TWplH4G7RKCLT is part of history, course books have buried it...#iatef2019 #bellenglish https://t.co/x7kntA69C2https://t.co/NjXMpKKSWLLanguage learning requires procedural knowledge. https://t.co/mYOGkrkidB#bellenglish #IATEFL2019 https://t.co/yXavFPIx1U#IATEFL2019 #bellenglish What do these have in common? DVD, clock radio, tape recorder, daily paper, mail order, co… https://t.co/qx8mxHa34c
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseBuild in break weeks and vary the amounts of engagement during an online course, says Matthew Ellman #iatefl2019
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseExtend reflection beyond the end of the online course (12 weeks later, for example) recommends Matthew Ellman #iatefl2019
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseGeoff Jordon: We need to talk about coursebooks #iatef2019 #bellenglishNew ideas/techniques teachers learnt in Tom's classroom. #reallifeexamples #WednesdayWisdom #iatefl2019 https://t.co/yFUwtMVZh4
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseExcellent talk by @seburnt with great examples. #IATEFL19 https://t.co/wnpfxDPcH5
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseKirsten Holt talks about the Ebbinhaus forgetting curve #iatef2019 https://t.co/5vw2Q5wlSD
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4/3
2019
My daughter (12) doesn't wear her hair up because of her scar. She thinks it's ugly and afraid of what people will… https://t.co/i6A9ugzwZn
Retweeted by Chris Edgoose#EUKconference Thanks to all @englishuk for another great academic conference, and thanks to all the speakers for s… https://t.co/SBjYLVpt34
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1/20
2019
#EUKconference @susie_dent closing the conference with a fantastic journey through the bizarre world of word origin… https://t.co/yCKyQSZkMG
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseOur opening speaker, Vic Richardson, addresses the elephant in the room of continuous enrolment and the #ELT indust… https://t.co/HQ9dMbbueI
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseKeeping a diary of 3 positives which happened each day was most useful tip in @jameshilton300’s recovery - reset wa… https://t.co/yvMz2fDqYE
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseOur words have secret lives, says Suzie Dent. #eukconference
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseHow can #ELT teachers give effective feedback? Vic Richardson says: - The more specific, the better - Give feedb… https://t.co/eR3kwUxll3
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseBy “seeking and blundering” we learn, says Vic Richardson. To #EUKconference. “I’ve been blundering for 40 years -… https://t.co/9eVQhhsqer
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseVirginia Woolf? Snob! Richard Wright? Sexist! Dostoyevsky? Anti-Semite! Judging yesterday’s writers by today’s sens… https://t.co/I3rIeiauP4
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseBrilliant differentiation options on the board that build on giving students choice - Anna Young and Clare Henders… https://t.co/b3QbKqJr4N
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseKeep pronunciation metalanguage on the wall, suggests Chris Edgoose. #eukconference #expertteachers @bellteachers
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseSet pronunciation-based learning intentions and share them with your learners, recommends Chris Edgoose… https://t.co/WyHrsUzZbX
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseTeaching pronunciation IS important and effective in #ELT teaching. @CEdgoose from @Bell_English says teachers and… https://t.co/MfONTKCqMB
Retweeted by Chris Edgoose @CEdgoose talking about the lack of pron work in coursebooks. Maybe I should write that pron book I've been mulling over ... #EUKconference
Retweeted by Chris EdgooseSome thought-provoking tips and ideas on differentiation from Anna and Clare from @Bell_English at @englishuk https://t.co/OBtwtaABRXDelegates busily getting involved in differentiated activities with Anna and Clare from @Bell_English at @englishukhttps://t.co/DnPjTEzOSYThree versions of an open cloze task. https://t.co/DyyxgKr7EPAnd for stretching higher level learners. https://t.co/LsrCxu6KWKAnna and Clare outline some quick ways to grade tasks to help support lower level learners. https://t.co/WWQnsKPwMJhttps://t.co/qGulX17RRChttps://t.co/mZQVSQIxHHClare Henderson and Anna Young get going with Low Prep differentiation... https://t.co/DsqRNhnapdWe have an exciting second day at our Academic Conference with talks from @textploitefl, @ChrisPatrickF,… https://t.co/g2CvPLBw4u
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1/19
2019
Chased by a pack of hunting hounds at @NTKingstonLacy - the fox killed this week isn't the first targeted by the Po… https://t.co/Zt5SO8rj32
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1/6
2018
Francis: A Life in Songs by Ann Wroe review – the saint’s life in poetry https://t.co/dR6gsGhHgc
12/15
2018

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