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Clip from intro of Bell teacher listing resources.
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I don’t think there’s any limit to what resources teachers can use. Teachers can use books, magazines, songs, films, Ted Talks, board games. The world is your oyster, really. I think as you go on, you learn, and actually you learn how to teach from the students as you go. Authentic materials, so for example, all the newspapers, anything on the internet. I mean, anything. Anything that you would use in your day-to-day life could be used as a teaching resource.

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