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Groundhog Day's Edition of the English-Learning Carnival

Lots of folks saw the groundhog's shadow today, and are predicting six more weeks of winter. One way to pass the time while you're cooped up, avoiding the cold, is to browse the new edition of the English-learning carnival, just posted at Teacher Reboot Camp. As usual, it has lots of posts on how to improve instruction for ELLs.

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