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    NLP in English Teaching

    Good Afternoon
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    soon going to be an English teacher , and I want to explore the integration of Neurolinguistics Programming in the English teaching , and education in general
    I am asking if someone can give me guidleines about where to start
    reading ?, to whom ? and where to find resources
    I feel a bit lost
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    Re: NLP in English Teaching

    NOT A TEACHER

    Have you considered the idea that Neuro-linguistic programming is perhaps a pseudoscience?

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    Re: NLP in English Teaching

    Quote Originally Posted by saddouda View Post
    Good Afternoon
    I am soon going to be an English teacher , and I want to explore the integration of Neurolinguistics Programming in the English teaching, and education in general.
    I am asking if someone can give me guidleines guidelines about where to start reading to whom ? (this doesn't make sense - You want to know to whom you should start reading?) and where to find resources?
    I feel a bit lost and I would appreciate it if you're ready to discuss such a matter or show me someone who is willing to.
    Thank youuuuu
    you.
    1) I have absolutely no good experience of, or belief in, NLP so I won't be discussing that here.
    2) I'm really not sure that this forum is the right place for this. Perhaps if you posted it in the "Teaching English" section, you would have more luck.
    3) I have no idea why your original post was in black and red - I couldn't see any connection between the words in the same colours. I changed your post into all black and then put my corrections and comments in red.
    4) Remember to finish every sentence with the relevant punctuation mark - full stop, question mark, exclamation mark.
    5) Do not put a space before a comma or a question mark.
    6) There is only one "u" in "you".

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    Re: NLP in English Teaching

    I would start with Rumjahn Hoosain, University of Hong Kong, any of his psycholinguistics texts, and see what interests you from there.

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    Re: NLP in English Teaching

    Chicken Sandwish,I believe that NLP cannot be of that great help that everyone claims it to be , but I certainly want to explore the few areas where it can help .Thank you

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    Re: NLP in English Teaching

    2)" I'm really not sure that this forum is the right place for this. Perhaps if you posted it in the "Teaching English" section, you would have more luck. "

    I have logged in to this wonderful site years ago , but I haven't used it that much , that is why I do not know about this section .
    "3) I have no idea why your original post was in black and red - I couldn't see any connection between the words in the same colours. I changed your post into all black and then put my corrections and comments in red."
    There was no connection between the words in the same colors,I just did it at random for diversity of colors,I did not think it matters .I thank you for your comments, and I will certainly read them and take them into consideration.
    Thank you again

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    Re: NLP in English Teaching

    Thank you so much Tdol .I very much appreciate it .

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    Re: NLP in English Teaching

    Konungursvia , Thank you so much , that is really helpful .

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    Re: NLP in English Teaching

    If you are currently, or are going to be, teaching English, please review your use of punctuation.

    - Don't put a space before a comma.
    - Put a space after a comma.
    - Don't use a capital letter after a comma (unless using "I" or a proper noun).
    - Capitalise the first word after a full stop.
    - Don't put a space before a full stop.
    - Always put a space after a full stop.

    Please don't just randomly assign colours to the words in your posts. It makes them very difficult to read.

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