There has been a little wait since the last #OldELTpost (about Josette LeBlanc’s blog ) but what better time to start a new one then the beginning of some academic school years.
If you need a reminder (or if this is your first time) as to the reasons why you should join in with Old ELT blog posts then check out this post with the description and reasons why you should join in (though I hope their pretty obvious).
This time I’ve chosen a teacher (and her blog) who I unfortunately don’t really know. However, I have certainly heard her name mentioned a lot. Barbara Sakamoto and her blog Teaching Village. From her Bio on her blog I can see that we share similar interests in teaching young learners and using web 2.0 both in the classroom and for professional development.
Here is a little reminder of how it works.
- Step 1: Visit Barbara’s blog
- Step 2: Find a great blog post (this could be one you found in the past, one of the recent ones or you could use the tags/search features to find one)
- Step 3: Send a link to me (and everyone else) by either the comments section bellow. On twitter with the hashtag #oldeltpost and @mrchrisjwilson
- Step 4: In a weeks time I’ll post all the links together on this blog.
- Step 5: Suggest another blog to do the same to next month.
That’s it! So simple yet if lots of us do this we’ll get a great collection of articles to read through.
So go to Barbara’s blog, find a post and share it now.
P.P.S. I’m always open to changing how things are done. If you think this process could be improved then leave a comment or contact me with your ideas.