Galileo, Aristotle, Mikitani and a new perspective on ELT

テン・センテンシス講師グラハム/脳科学-英語教育会議
『ガリレオ、アリストテレス、三木谷社長、そして英語教育の新たな展望』
英国, 2013年, グラハム・ジョーンズ

This is my pecha-kucha presentation from the FAB4 neuroELT conference (Nanzan University, Nagoya, July 2013).

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Four hundred years years ago, Galileo stood at the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa and destroyed an idea that had stood — unchallenged — for two thousand years. He proved that heavy objects do not fall faster than light objects.

Except this famous story isn’t true…

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