Meeting Challenges in the EFL Classroom/ Part 1: Read-aloud activities (by Christina Markoulaki)

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4 Responses

  1. Barbara Barbara says:

    Thanks for these great resources, Christina! It’s nice to see such clear steps in using read-aloud projects in a young learner EFL class.

    I’m looking forward to reading the next parts, too.

    Thanks also for including the link to your webinar recording. It’s great to have a chance to “attend” even when I don’t live in a convenient time zone 🙂

  2. Christina Markoulaki Christina Markoulaki says:

    I am glad you liked the read-aloud activities, Barbara! They are new to me, too, as I have recently discovered information about them online. However, I am so grateful there are people willing to share their experience and let others benefit from it! This is what happened in my case, which allowed me to have wonderful conversations with my students and help them make all these imaginative projects. In fact, this is the site that inspired me to start all this:

    Even though it is mostly about science, I am sure it will inform a lot of teachers and constitute the source of novel ideas.

    Readers should stay tuned for the next part of the post. Any questions or comments are welcome! 🙂

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