Rachael’s post on Teacher Echo

Rachael Roberts has just written a very interesting blog post discussing some of the reasons why teachers tend to echo everything their learners have just said, sometimes with good reason and sometimes without.

Teacher echo is a comment you have often seen on your CELTA TP Feedback reports and is the subject of frequent discussions in our training classrooms.

Read Rachael’s blog post to hear another voice on this important topic. Click o the title to read the post on her blog

Teacher echo, teacher echo: helpful, or greedy and controlling?

Image from http://www.uberreview.com/2008/05/cuphones-echo-free-an-echo-canceling-usb-to-phone-adaptor.htm

Published by Marisa Constantinides

I train TEFL teachers at CELT in Athens Greece and online - our main courses are Cambridge CELTA and Delta. I interact with educators from all over the world through social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and through blogging

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