From research to reality 2

Coney, Magnus
March 2013
English Teaching Professional;Mar2013, Issue 85, p38
The article discusses the importance of putting theoretical insights of teaching English to practical use. The effectivity of how new topics should be related to previous ones to make them more memorable is explored. Also discussed in the article is which part of the lesson the former can be most effective.


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