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How to Use TP (the Talking People Website)
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(Updated in the Spring of 2012)

How can I use this website?
At this website you'll find explanations, exercises & resources useful...

bullet to learn English
bullet to use your English in different ways
bullet to develop a personal relationship to the language
bullet to develop a life-long learning habit of using your English in various ways every day
bullet to communicate with people (blogs, forums, by sharing your published work)

There are two navigation bars (navbars) for every page on this website. This is explained on TP Brochure Ext and on TP Brochure Int, as well as on these web pages: Left-hand side NavBar, Top NavBar.

bouncyHow to use the TP Forum

If you want to send me an email please read email ReadMe!
If you haven't, read the FAQ pages, check out their table of contents, please!

bouncyImportant Navigation Tips
bullet When you visit, FIRST check out the section on your left called Updates
bullet Remember to refresh your browser, because you might be getting an older version of the page!
bullet Use the BACK button!! the one we added in the spring of 2012, or if there is not TP back button use your browser's back button. Another option for this is to simply click on the previous page which will be linked at the NavBars! When you click on the following kinds of docs/links you should be aware that if you need to click the Back Button to get back to Talking People. Otherwise, you'll "lose" this website.

worddoc word doc (go back using the arrow back!, if you close the doc you get to, you'll also close this website!)
pdf pdf file (go back using the arrow back!, if you close the doc you get to, you'll also close this website!)
audio audio file
audiovisual audiovisual file
external link external link (go back using the arrow back!, if you close the website you get to, you'll also close this website!)

In the 2007-08 course, we started using the eCampus for optional extra support to what michelle was doing in her paid job, at state-run language schools (EOIs). This is a way to offer support to Public Education!