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Compleat Links Volume 5, Issue 1 (March 2008)

Access the Latest Compleat Links Volume 5, Issue 1 (March 2008) Documents:

  • ESL Students See the Point of PowerPoint 
    Michael Morgan helps students find their "presentation voice" and discovers that PowerPoint is an effective learning tool for students and teachers alike.
  • Incorporating Project Work in EFL Teacher Training 
    Natalia Orlova explains how she uses project work to foster active involvement and cooperation in language learning for the nonnative-English-speaking preservice EFL teachers in her class.
  • Grammatically Speaking, March 2008 
    When should you use object and subject forms of pronouns? What function does may serve when you're not granting permission? What are the correct ways to use the -s genetive? Are split infinitives allowable or not? Richard Firsten address these issues, discusses clauses that begin with as, and challenges you with a new Brain Teaser.