Leo Selivan is an English Language teacher out in Israel who sometimes goes by the superhero alias of “Lexical Leo” as you might expect Leo is a bit of a Lexical approach fan and frequently writes (and talks) about both the theory and practice of the Lexical approach.
His blog (Lexicon.blogspot.com) is where you can find most of his writings but he has also appeared on other sites, including the Guardian Newspaper.
You can find out more about him from his About page.
Nice to meet you Leo, what’s #OldELTPost?
The idea behind #OldELTpost is that we find and share our favourite blog posts by another blogger (in this case Leo) after a week this means there are some great old blog posts to read that people might never have read but also we recap and refresh our memories on the great blog posts we’ve read before. Perhaps this will remind us about some ideas we had but never actually put into practice, or maybe it will just encourage us for next time.
The way to do it
The process is simple.
- Go to Leo’s blog
- Find a good blog post (check out the popular posts or use the search function if you don’t know any by Leo)
- Share it with everyone else (either on twitter, with the hashtag #oldeltpost) or in the comment section here.
- Relax with a good book till next week
- Read the other suggestions next week (with your drink of choice)
That’s it! Simple right?
If you’re up for the challenge and want to ask more people to join in then you can tweet this post
What’s your favourite blog posts by @leoselivan ? please share it for #oldeltpost [click to tweet]
Or if you’d like to read more about #oldeltpost and check out some other people’s blog post then click on this link