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  1. What is a toolkit?

  2. Where were you in 2002? or Where were you in 2002-03?

  3. Why do items disappear? Technology changes Experience We get lazy! They disappear from books We forget Our teaching situations change ELT fashion

  4. Is change good?

  5. Do you revisit discredited ideas?

  6. Do you still reinvent the wheel?

  7. Do you learn from your mistakes?

  8. Keep the toolkit changing? • Be aware of the changes • Review your teaching • Look at journals, websites, etc.

  9. TeachingEnglish

  10. Some examples of what’s in my toolkit (in no particular order) • Boardwork • Google • Powerpoint • Vocabulary cards • Stories • Recycling • Dictation • Confidence building • Warmers/fillers • Records • Thinking before speaking

  11. Some examples of what’s in my toolkit (in no particular order) • Boardwork T • Google A • Powerpoint A • Vocabulary cards A • Stories A • Recycling A/T • Dictation A • Confidence building T • Warmers/fillers A • Records A (for me) • Thinking before speaking T

  12. Boardwork

  13. Google “…” www.google.co.uk

  14. Powerpoint (later…)

  15. Vocabulary cards

  16. Stories Read them Create them Our own true stories

  17. Recycling Remember the rule of 7…

  18. Dictation I dictate I use part of tapescript I focus on pronunciation I use running dictations I use shouting dictations

  19. Confidence building

  20. Warmers/fillers

  21. Records

  22. Thinking before speaking

  23. And now for the ppt part…

  24. Watch…

  25. One

  26. Are these positive, negative, or either? cheerful narrow minded good natured careless pompous down-to-earth grumpy moody indecisive kind-hearted organised forgetful

  27. cheerful narrow minded good natured careless pompous down-to-earth grumpy moody indecisive kind-hearted

  28. cheerful narrow minded pompous down-to-earth grumpy moody indecisive kind-hearted organised forgetful

  29. cheerful narrow minded good natured careless pompous down-to-earth indecisive kind-hearted organised forgetful

  30. Two

  31. pineapple

  32. pocket

  33. palm

  34. Three

  35. British people are generally more stylish than Italians.

  36. Pizza in Rome is better than pizza in Naples.

  37. Cars should be banned in central Naples.

  38. School subjects are mainly boring and irrelevant to life.

  39. Four

  40. A: Sowhat are youup to tonight? B: Not got muchplanned at the mo… A:Fancy coming out for a drink? B: I might betempted… A: Excellent – outside school,halfeight? B:Soundsgood. See you there.

  41. A: Sowhatare youuptotonight? B: Notgotmuchplannedat the mo… A:Fancycoming out for adrink? B: Imightbetempted… A: Excellent –outsideschool,halfeight? B:Soundsgood.Seeyou there.

  42. A: Sowhat areyouuptotonight? B: Notgotmuchplannedatthe mo… A:Fancy coming outfor adrink? B: Imight be tempted… A: Excellent –outsideschool,halfeight? B:Sounds good. See you there.

  43. A: Sowhat are you uptotonight? B: Notgot much plannedatthe mo… A:Fancy coming out foradrink? B: Imight be tempted… A:Excellent–outside school,half eight? B:Sounds good.See youthere.

  44. Five

  45. What job? You’ll see SEVEN jobs… write down as many as possible