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Humanising Language Teaching
Year 4; Issue 4; July 2002
Year 4 Issue 4
July 2002

Writer Nationality Spread in HLT
About this Issue

Major Article

1. Teaching – A Way of Relating
Shakti Gattegno
Educational Solutions Inc, New York, USA

2. Humanising Translation Activities- Tackling a Secret Practice secondary adult
Maria Gonzalez Davies
Universitat de Vic, Spain

3. From Responsive Reading to Creative Writing - Literature: A Means to reflect on Language and human Values secondary adult
Joana Salazar Noguera
University of the Balearic Islands, Spain

4. An Introduction to Communicative Receptivity Training PART 2 (see May 2002 Issue for PART 1)
Peter Wilberg, Kent, UK


A Miscellany of Jokes and Word-plays

Short Article

1. The Heart of the Matter
The Lou Spaventa column, No 3.

2. Ballet Shoes and Slippers- or how to cope with Exam Stress
Judy Churchhill, France

3. Making Oral Tests more human and less anxiety-generating
Dr Fernando Rubio Alcala, Huelva University, Spain

4. Humanising Exam Classes
Alex Case, Central School Of English, London, UK

5. Communicative Libraries
Sheth Dharmendra, Gujarat, India

6. StoryTelling in the classroom : Discussing Mr Fox secondary adult
by Richard Martin, Germany

7. To be and to be, that's another Question Teaching one's Mother Tongue rather than EFL
Claudia Bertini, Argentina

8. Green Advertising – ozone-friendly or money-friendly? upper secondary adult
Marta Genis Pedra, Universidad Antonio de Nebrija, Madrid, Spain.

9. Combining Approaches – towards my own Way of Teaching Primary and secondary
Tony Canadas Ruiz, Almeria, Spain

10. A List of Teacher Worries secondary adult
Colleagues from the Centre d'Etudes de Langue, Massy-Palaiseau, France

11. Choral Reading primary and secondary
Henk van Oort, the Netherlands

Ideas from the Corpora

If only they'd asked a linguist…

Lesson Outlines

1. An Exams Questionnaire for Teenage Learners
Larissa Sardiko, Latvia

2. Daydreaming Questionnaire secondary adult
Pilgrims NLP training Group, Summer 2001

3. Discipline Exercise
told by Margrit Wehrli, Switzerland
written by Mario Rinvolucri

4. Growing Tea – present simple passive secondary and adult taken from P.210 of Teaching Geography in secondary Schools,
ed M.Smith
Open University Press, 2002

5. Campaigning primary secondary 9-17
Eleanor Watts, Gravesend, UK

  1. A Picture of the Future
  2. Writing about what we think is wrong with the World
  3. Campaigning to change the Areas round the School

Student Voices

How I do a Test
Upper secondary Students, Lower Saxony
Germany ( sent in by Karl Frank)


Continuing Professional Development
ed. Julian Edge, an IATEFL publication
contact: richard@iatefl.org

The Minimax Teacher
Minimise teacher input and maximise student output.

Jon Taylor, ETp Delta, 2001

The Language Teacher's Voice
Alan Maley, Macmillan Heinemann, 2001

An Old Exercise

Logical-Mathematical Activities
from MIND MATTERS, 1981
Alan Maley and Francoise Grellet

Pilgrims Course Outline

Did you know about our English Courses for Executives

Readers' Letters

Just the Person to write for HLT
Leslie Bobb, Canary Islands, Spain

How People find out about HLT
Ileana, Romania

Pilgrims Courses
Edy Isabel Torres, Spain

When you teach a Language you teach a Culture Jacques Legrand, France.

Seth Column

Sometimes against the Grain
Utopianism in education

Teacher Resource Books Preview

A book of Multiple Intelligence Exercises from Spain
ed. Maria Carmen Fonseca Mora,
Huelva University

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