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Welcome to the #MFLtwitterati podcast, a podcast designed to celebrate the voices of the modern language teaching community in the UK, Ireland and beyond by showcasing the amazing ideas and resources they share on Twitter with your hosts Joe Dale and Noah Geisel
English
United States
7 episodes
since Dec. 18, 2018

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For episode 6 of the #mfltwitterati podcast, we've gone football crazy, with nearly a full match's worth of content exploring how the beautiful game can be exploited in the languages classroom. There are also two competitions for you to take part in, a discount offer from Linguascope and two exclusive contributions from the BBC no less! We have some lovely feedback to play you too in this episode. Thank you so much as always for all your tweets, 5* iTunes reviews and SpeakPipes.  We really appreciate your support. For this episode's TechTalk interview, Noah and I chat with Vincent Everett, Head of Languages at Northgate High School in Norfolk. Vincent describes how he has been flipping his classroom to help students prepare for their GCSE examinations. He gives a shout out to the Association for Language Learning's suite of wikis which are full of free and useful resources made by teachers for teachers. Finally he demos live a technique he employs for extending speaking through chunking and reducing cognitive load live with Noah. My favourite part of the interview! Full show notes with clickable timestamps can be found at: https://mfltwitteratipodcast.com/EP6 You can follow Joe (@joedale) and Noah (@SenorG) on Twitter, and follow the hashtag #mfltwitteratipodcast for more info. You can also email us with questions or ideas, [email protected] and subscribe to our newsletter to keep updated about the latest episode. If you've enjoyed this episode of the #mfltwitterati podcast, please rate and review us on Apple's Podcasts app so more language teachers can find us. You can subscribe to the #mfltwitterati podcast on the Apple Podcasts app, Google podcasts, Spotify, Overcast or Stitcher or wherever you listen to your podcasts. For more information and links, go to our podcast site mfltwitteratipodcast.com where there are lots of references to this episode content and all the previous episodes too! The #mfltwitterati podcast - Celebrating the voices of the modern language teaching community! Thank you for listening! Joe and Noah
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