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Humanising Language Teaching
Humanising Language Teaching
Humanising Language Teaching
CONTENTS


Editorial

The Bane of POWERPOINT presentations
What you will find in this issue of HLT

Major Articles

  1. Trust your instincts: the virtues of spontaneity and personalisation
    Secondary adult
    Paul Seligson, UK and Brazil
  2. The fate of minority languages
    The case of Ladins in North Italy

    Carmen Rubatscher, South Tyrol/Alto Adige, Italy
  3. The L1 in the L2 Classroom
    Secondary adult
    Simon Gill, Czech Republic
  4. A role-switching exercise on a teaching training course
    Mario Rinvolucri, Pilgrims, UK
  5. 5. Towards a People's English:
    Back to BASIC in EIL

    Bill Templer, Thailand

Jokes

Church Blunders


Short Articles

  1. Are language students nave. or what?
    On the overloaded student's mind

    Alina Kolanczyk, Warsaw School of Social Pychology at Sopot, Poland with Hanna Kryszewska, University of Gdansk, Poland
  2. The Heart of the Matter 16
    Teacher Interview 1: Nora Foster

    Lou Spaventa, Sta Barbara, California, USA
  3. Culture shock
    or how I felt on my gap-year in Brazil

    Upper secondary adult
    Jen Griffiths, Deal, Kent, UK
  4. Students teach each other literature
    ( lernen durch lehren)
    Working with " The curious incident of the dog in the night-time"
    Mark Haddon, Vintage

    Upper secondary
    Rosmarie Frick, Bozen/Bolzano, Italy
  5. Giving feedback on written work
    Secondary adult
    Robert Buckmaster, Triinu Soomere, Estonia
  6. Enjoying the twilight years
    Ending a career

    Paul Bress, Kent, UK
  7. A trainee's perspective on how "born teachers" are actually made
    Andreja Hazabent, Ljubljana, Slovenia
  8. Why Danes detest tests
    The Danish approach to curriculum thinking-
    a remnant from the past or a model for the future?

    Secondary
    Poul Otto Mortensen, County Education Centre, Vejle,Denmark.
  9. Swear words:
    do they have a place in the EFL classroom?

    Adult
    Stefan Chiarantano, Japan

Ideas from the Corpora

Using corpora to develop materials on collocation
Upper secondary adult
Felicity O'Dell, Cambridge, UK

Lesson Outlines

Children at the Window
Secondary adult
Lou Spaventa, California, USA


PILGRIMS TEACHER RESOURCE BOOKS
Go to HLT Sept 2004 Course Outline
More than half a hundred books.

Student Voices

Real achievement
or
Why sitting in class is boring when you are 14

Secondary
Bruno Rinvolucri ( at age 14)

Publications

1. Seven brief reviews The Teacher Trainer 19.1

An Old Exercise

Introducing yourself to the class in a different way
A technique from the 1980's

Primary secondary adult
Leslie Bob Wolff, Universidad de la Laguna, Canarias, Spain.

Pilgrims Course Outline

EU Comenius and Grundtvig funding for our teacher training courses
Jim Wright, Director of Teacher Training

Readers Letters

1. And you think I am too old to learn a language?( Cornish)
Heather Kessell, Penryn, Cornwall, UK

2. A letter on student autonomy
Sharon Hartle, University of Verona, Italy

Teacher Resource Books Review

The Teaching of Literature
Paul Cammack, Manchester, UK

Poems

Perception Poem
Alan Broomhead, Oise School,Boston, Mass. US



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