It's that time of year again, April 22 is #earthday2017, but that's a Saturday, so Sheila Adams at Rye Jr. High School in Rye, New Hampshire is celebrating #earthcast2017 on Friday when the kids can stream from school. She has sent out an invitation to everyone to join her and her students for their tenth annual Earth Day webcast Friday, April 21 at http://earthbridges.net/live. Stop by any time between noon and 1700 UTC (8 to 1300 in NH) and interact with them at their live chat space on the Earthbridges site, or leave a message in their Flipgrid, https://flipgrid.com/earthcast (or better yet, BOTH). Find more background and current information on this event, including times where you are, on the #learning2gether schedule at http://tinyurl.com/learning2gether.

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This week, from now through Friday April 7 Learning2gether turns its attention to plenaries and interviews being streamed live from the #IATEFL2017 conference in Glasgow. There is a plenary every day this week at 8 am UTC, and more besides, and organizers say recordings will be posted for the benefit of asynchronous followers. Check the schedule at http://iatefl.britishcouncil.org/2017/live-schedule for exact details.

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On Sun Sept 6 1400 UTC Vance Stevens and #learning2gether join forces with Jeff Lebow and #eltlive in a bit of webcast spontaneity. We are joined by Benjamin Stewart, coordinator of TILL, Teachers for Interactive Language Learning 
https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/106289715383230353120, and Piry Herrera, who will explain how both are using Office 365 this semester, but in slightly different ways. Find our stream at http://eltlive.com/live/ or http://webheadsinaction.org/live. More info, including times where you are and link to join the Hangout live, can be found as usual at http://tinyurl.com/learning2gether

Join us and help guide the discussion, or listen to the stream and learn how these three teachers in Korea, Mexico, and UAE approach their craft of teaching EFL. All are welcome!

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Hello. I was wondering if you know any good language learning apps besides Duolingo, L-lingo, Rosette Stone, HelloTalk, and Hello Pal: Talk to the World?
I'm studying in order...

Japanese
French
Korean
Chinese
Spanish
And possibly Arabic, but I haven't decided on it yet.

I can read Japanese Hiragana and Katakana and some Kanji, but I would like an app that's really good for learning how to read Korean Hanguel. If anyone knows of a really good app for any of these languages, please let me know. Thank you.
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All by yourself: monologues in elementary speaking http://www.cambridge.org/elt/blog/2015/08/monologues-elementary-speaking/

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Greenwich ESL classes help kids keep their skills - GreenwichTime
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