Using EFL materials articles

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Articles on using graded readers

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Articles on using worksheets

How to find EFL worksheets on the internet – LINK UPDATED

The first 15 stages of using worksheets in preschool English classes – LINK UPDATED

Getting creative with worksheets

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Articles on using dictionaries

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Why your students overuse their dictionaries

Why does my teacher stop me using my dictionary?

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Articles on adapting common book exercises

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General articles on using published materials

Testing and Reviewing New EFL Materials

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