Category Archives: misc

  1. English for Prostitutes

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    January 9, 2013 by Willy Cardoso

    I wanted to start the year with a very positive, motivational, ‘nice’ blog post. But maybe next year. Here’s the …
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  2. Focusing on the pre-selected, or: it’s hard to teach a teacher. [experiences learning Spanish]

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    November 2, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

    Today I felt the oh-no moment I imagine many of my students have felt. The moment at the beginning of …
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  3. Views on coursebooks

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    July 29, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

    Following Dick Allwright (1981), here are two views concerning classroom activities which are predetermined by coursebook syllabi, practice of which …
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  4. The value of philosophy in education

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    July 22, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

    Every now and then I feel a certain anti-intellectualism going on in the teaching profession. Although I have seen, increasingly, …
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  5. Imperfect

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    July 8, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

    When I studied music in São Paulo, I had a flatmate who only played in his bedroom. He was actually …
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  6. On the paradox of learner-centredness and greedy-bastardness of tests

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    June 25, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

    I’ve been thinking about growth and education; where they overlap, how one serves the other and vice-versa. And assessment. Mainly, …
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  7. do we need theory? who’s generating it?

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    May 29, 2012 by Willy Cardoso

    At the beginning of my talk yesterday at IATEFL LT & TD Conference in Istanbul, I asked the audience the …
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