Here's a couple of non-technological things from a great little online publication, Humanising Language Teaching, which reaches me six times a year via email:
- Simon Munford has an article on how we can use lateral thinking exercises for language activities
- Lindsay Clandfield describes his of his favourite Mario Rinvolucri activities
I'm not sure what my own favourite Mario Rinvolucri activity is (he did an amazing one at Encuentro Práctico here in Barcelona back in December when he got 400 people to chant Greek back to him); indeed, I've no doubt I do lots of his activities without realising they are his…
"Non-techological…" But I always ask myself, how could I do that with technology, and could I do it better?