‘ELTChat Summary: Spoken Narratives and Anecdotes in the Language Classroom’ by Martin Sketchley

Martin Sketchley’s  latest blog post is titled ”ELTChat  Summary: Spoken Narratives and Anecdotes in the Language Classroom”.

Sketchley says, ” As I enjoyed writing up a previous #ELTChat summary on the use of surprise in the classroom, I decided to volunteer to write up another summary for the Twitter discussion group.  On the 19 December 2012, the discussion group #ELTChat decided to focus on the use of spoken narrative and anecdotes in the language classroom.  Upon tackling this discussion, many tweets initially questioned whether teachers incorporated anecdotes in the classroom.  Some tweets suggested there was a mixed response”.

ELTChat  Summary: Spoken Narratives and Anecdotes in the Language Classroom

Martin Sketchley’s  Blog

– Rakesh Patel

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