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Communication: First steps

As a speech and language therapist parents often ask me what is the most important thing they can teach their child.  There are some very important basic communication goals.   264 more words

Communication Strategies

About how well designed exams are (edited)

I don’t think it’s the moment now to start having questions about the tasks, questions you already posed in February, and which led us to sacrifice all the learning plans so you would train in speaking tests that had been given before. 262 more words

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Various announcements & reminders

Booking for an oral (mon, dial): if you’ve talked about interactions, you should book your performance today or next day (this week), so we can organize the rest of the lessons. 130 more words


Behind the peacock's tail

The topic of this post was motivated by a simple question I had to ask myself twice in the last 6 months : why can’t the internet tell me how a peacock manages its own tail? 547 more words

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Bad supervision? Or bad communication? Avoiding complaints in supervision – the importance of good communication

By Claire Aitchison

No one wants trouble in doctoral candidature, but unfortunately, sometimes things can go bad. In this blog we review a recently released Discussion Paper on complaints about supervision and highlight the importance of clear and timely communication. 1,239 more words

Emotion And Writing

Diary for March 14 - rescheduling!

Writings and C-Day. I haven’t finished checking the overdue February writing assignments, sorry. I hope I can manage that for next day. Some people handed in the March assignments and next day is the dealine, with no extension for we’ll have a C-Day when we’re back from the Spring hols. 605 more words

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