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Episode 81: Sandra Savignon, Fun, and Filipino Teachers in China

The TEFLology Podcast

Release Date: 09/12/2018

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In this episode, Matt introduces the life and work of SANDRA SAVIGNON, Matthew discusses the idea of FUN in the language class, and Rob talks FILIPINO TEACHERS IN CHINA.

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Here is a link to the news article from Rob's section

Information about Sandra Savignon can be found here.

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