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August 28, 2013

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ELT Online reading group

elt-reading-group.jpgSix years ago, Chris Lima set up and began managing the now successful ELT Online Reading Group. Fast forward to August 2013 and the group has over 1,500 members in an active community. And a new website.

The group has grown so much in the last couple of years that it was decided to create a website that could accommodate all the online traffic and provide a more interactive, visually appealing and user-friendly website, which is exactly what Chris has done on the new platform.

These are some of the features you will find on the new site:

  • An easily accessible welcome page where you can register as a member and post your welcome message
  • Distinct discussion threads for short stories, poems and novel extracts
  • New works uploaded every month
  • Selected web links that bring you more information on particular works and authors
  • A collection of downloadable lesson plans based on literary works and the opportunity to share your own lesson plans and materials
  • The ELT Online Reading Group own publications that you can read on screen as e-books or download as pdf documents
  • The Small Groups area where you can have your own closed online reading group for your own students or institution using our online platform
  • A direct link to the ELT Online Reading Group YouTube channel
  • Direct links to the ELT Online Reading Group Facebook and Twitter pages

ELT Online reading group

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