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Naomi Moir – “Educating a child is like building a house”

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A short preview of Naomi Moir’s IATEFL talk on teaching young learners.

Listen to the full audio of Naomi’s talk below:

Or download the full mp3 file (26Mb) by right-clicking here and selecting Save Link As (Firefox) or Save File As (Internet Explorer).

UPDATE: View the full presentation slides of Naomi’s talk: Educating a child is like building a house

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5 thoughts on “Naomi Moir – “Educating a child is like building a house”

  1. Looks like a very good and interesting talk, Naomi. Will we be able to see the rest of it?

    • Hi Atena,

      Unfortunately, we do not have a full video of Naomi’s presentation. We will, however, shortly be posting the full audio and her presentation slides in the next day or so. Stay tuned!

      Many thanks,

      OUP ELT

  2. Thanks for the comment Atena and glad to hear you like the sound of the talk! As mentioned, the full audio of the talk will be available soon along with the slides. I hope that will give you a good idea of the presentation. Of course, you’re more than welcome to ask questions and comment further once you’ve listened and seen the slides.

    Naomi

  3. I’ve watched a presentation of Naomi in Rio Sept 2008. It was really amazing. She is one of the best teacher consultants

  4. Thanks very much Alexsandro – very nice of you to say!

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