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English Teacher, do you have IBS?

The Low FODMAP Diet is not a weight-loss diet, it is designed for people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and is sometimes recommended for treatment of inflammatory bowel disease. Digestive symptoms can include diarrhea, gas, bloating, abdominal pain or discomfort, fatigue, and headaches. … Continue reading

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Burnt Out?

Some teachers get what I would call burn out once a semester, It usually hits in the 3rd month of the university term.  In my case, usually I am bored with what I am teaching because I have done it … Continue reading

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Error Correction & Classroom Management

Error Correction * Error – a result of faulty past learning, or attempting what is not yet or only incompletely learnt * Mistake – a performance problem; the learner knows the correct version and may well correct themselves when prompted … Continue reading

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Classroom Safety

In teaching, and especially in teaching young learners, classroom safety should be our number 1 priority. Parents are entrusting us with their children and expect them to be safe and taken care of. As professionals dealing with children, any classroom … Continue reading

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How to get off your GERD meds?

How to get off your GERD meds? If you have been scared about some of the side effects of some of the GERD meds here are some tips: -elevate the head of your bed -loosing weight will help -cut down … Continue reading

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Feeling Bloated Teacher?

Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare). The seeds, leaves, and roots of the fennel plant are readily available in many forms including plain seeds, sugar-coated seeds, extract, oil, and capsules. All offer a natural way to help relieve gas. When shopping, note that fresh fennel seeds … Continue reading

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Culture in the Language Classroom

View this message in your browser »   Graduate College of Education      Distinguished Lecturer Series Culture in the Language Classroom: Towards an Intercultural Pedagogy for Teaching English as a Foreign Language/World Language Dr. Jonathan Newton (Victoria University of … Continue reading

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The Tokyo ETJ English Language Teaching Expo

Saturday/Sunday February 23/24 (9:00-6:00 each day) Otsuma Women’s University, Tokyo (near Ichigaya station) Presentation Schedule 120 presentations on a wide variety of topics Saturday Presentation Schedule http://ltprofessionals.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Tokyo-Saturday-Schedule.pdf Sunday Presentation Schedule http://ltprofessionals.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Tokyo-Sunday-Schedule.pdf Information Information including a map with directions http://ltprofessionals.com/etj/2018expos REGISTER … Continue reading

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ETJ Book Service

A few important changes were made to the ETJ Book Service during the Christmas/New Year period including almost 1.000 new books, cards and games were added to the site. The stock of some books published by independent publishers in Japan … Continue reading

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JALT Announcements

As the end of one year comes to an end and another is set to begin, we would like to send our holiday greetings to our many Monthly Announcements readers around the world. We wish all of you a happy, … Continue reading

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