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Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
Making exam prep child's play
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Making exam prep child's play

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Apresentation I put together for a workshop I gave at the 5th TED ELT Conference in March 2012. The workshop focused on preparing children for the Cambridge YLE tests without resorting to an endless …

Apresentation I put together for a workshop I gave at the 5th TED ELT Conference in March 2012. The workshop focused on preparing children for the Cambridge YLE tests without resorting to an endless stream of past papers and sample tests. Instead, we explored some dogme-inspired 'materials light' ideas.

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  • 1. Why ask students to draw?
  • 2. Why ask students to draw? Image by Langwitches
  • 3. Getting round the drawbacks...
  • 4. What can we do with these drawings?
  • 5. To put it another way... Image by Langwitches
  • 6. The bigger picture...
  • 7. Working with texts...
  • 8. Back to the bigger picture...
  • 9. Back to the bigger picture...
  • 10. Extend the conversation... dave.dodgson@gmail.com www.davedodgson.com @DaveDodgson
  • 11. Lessons on the Fly...

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