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A NOTE FROM THE EDITOR
Laura Ray, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
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Note From the Chair
Kenneth Kuo-pin Chi, VDMIS Chair 2012-2013
Letter from the chair of VDMIS: Kenneth Chi. Read More
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Using Songs To Teach Word Order
Nahida Al Assi Farhat, Beirut Arab University, Lebanon

Nahida Al Assi Farhat believes that between an inviting stimulus and an educated response lies the power of optimal learning and growth. Read More

YouTube for ELT in 7 Steps
Rachel Stokes, Consortium for Global Education, Amman, Jordan

Why bother with YouTube? Students can’t hit “re-play” on real-life conversations, but they can on YouTube. Whether your students have access to thousands of native English speakers every day or you are the only native speaker they typically encounter, YouTube can supplement the content of your class. Follow these steps to create your own YouTube lessons. Read More

The Real Thing
Martha E. Kendall Author of The Real Thing, Los Gatos, CA, USA

To maximize advanced ESL students’ practice with authentic, taped examples of diverse college classes, the author developed study skills books that coach students to recognize U.S. academic norms and predict professors’ expectations. Read More

Video Production, the Visual Language, and Language Learning
Armin Hottmann, Kulturring in Berlin e.V., Germany
Six ideas to get informed and started with video and language production.
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Five New Activities Using Movies in Classroom and Online Teaching
SoHee Kim, Gachon University and Terry Doyle, City College of San Francisco

In our 2012 TESOL presentation, we described and demonstrated five activities that we have used successfully in both traditional classroom and online video ESL classes. Read More

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