In episode 17, Stacey wraps up her conversation with Gianfranco Conti. In this episode, Gianfranco gives us some final bits of advice for how to maximize student learning and focus on long-term progress.
This episode contains Part II of our conversation, and last week, episode 16, was Part I.
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5 thoughts on “We Teach Languages Episode 17: Making Research More Accessible to Teachers with Gianfranco Conti, Part II”
This interview gave me an idea how to teach vocabulary in the lesson. “teach in chunks of words rather than teaching individual words” By changing the part of chunks, students do not feel they are just repeating new words. Simple but very practical information!
Such a cool insight! Have you listened to episode 28 about vocabulary acquisition? More good stuff there! Would love to hear your response.