User talk:Graham

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. Hi. Thanks for joining up.--Bob M 06:51, 22 February 2011 (UTC)

Hi Graham. While it's always nice to see new content, could you confirm that One act plays is original work by you and that it does not need to be attributed to another source? Cheers.--Bob M 06:53, 24 February 2011 (UTC)
I can confirm that Bob, it is an original play as are the other 7 one act plays I have available. I originally wrote them for use with my Oral classes at the Xioagan University in China.(By Graham on his userpage)
OK - it's just that I saw that there was an identical one at TEFL China. But now that I look again I see that Roger attributes to you at one point. Sorry about the confusion.
I have pasted your response to this talk page. If you would like to know a bit more about wiki formatting you might want to click some of the links on the template above which will also tell you how to indent talk pages, sign talk pages etc.
The lesson itself needs a "bit" of formatting - do you want to give that a shot? Or would you like me to take a look at it?
Are you OK for other people to edit this lesson or do you want to keep it "as is"? Thanks again for joining in. Cheers.--Bob M 10:13, 24 February 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for the reply. I have no problem with people making alterations if it helps and makes the contribution useful. As I have some commitments with my publisher in China, I would appreciate your offer of formatting the play. The reason I contributed to your teflpedia is because of Roger's comment that you have a different audience than the teflchina wiki, but the one act plays can be used by any EFL teachers. If any of my other contributions to teflchina are of interest to your group, I would be happy to post them, for example, the article on using Public Speaking as a form of Oral test.

Ok, thanks for responding. For various reasons I'm a bit tied up these days but I'll come back to you soon. Cheers.--Bob M 12:56, 25 February 2011 (UTC)