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#qskills – Do you have any advice for teaching technical English?

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Today’s question for the Q: Skills for Success authors: Do you have any advice for teaching technical English?

Tamara Jones responds.

We are no longer taking questions. Thank you to everyone who contacted us!

Look out for more responses by the Q authors in the coming weeks, or check out the answers that we’ve posted already in our Questions for Q authors playlist.

 

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16 thoughts on “#qskills – Do you have any advice for teaching technical English?

  1. Thank you so much for your time and helpful ideas! I will take them into account.

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