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Becoming a Better EFL Teacher
"For foreign language learning, for teaching English as a Foreign Language, to develop skill as an Article Writer or give polished Speaking Presentations - You're in the right place!"
Blog About ESL
This is a blog about everything to do with ESL! Information about learning and teaching English as a Second Language.
Hi, I'm Ceri ( /keri/ for those of you who don't know Welsh). I live in wonderful, windy, sunny Cadiz in the south west of Andalucia, Spain. I have two kids and work needs to fit in around having fun with them. I teach (when I can), train teachers and - mainly at the moment - write teaching materials for general English adult and teenage learners and classrooms.
ECS - English Country Schools: Blog
UK summer camps blog about teaching English through out of class activities, how to choose a camp, ELT & dyslexia, etc.
ELT Rants, Reviews, and Reflections
In this blog I am hoping to share and develop my thoughts about ELT and teacher development. And yes, some occasional rants.
My name is Olya Sergeeva. I'm an English language teacher who's very interested in language acquisition and ELT methodology (which will be evident from the title of this blog!) Apart from teaching, I'm also involved in teacher development (in the company where I work I oversee professional development of a team of language trainers, and I also recently became a CELTA trainer).
English Teacher X - The End
"...and I shall be a fugitive and a vagabond in the earth..."
ESL Lesson Plan
ESL lesson plans, teaching locales, tips, tricks & budgeting advice for novice & veteran ESL instructors
Japan Explained FASAQ
[May or may not be maintained.] This blog is mainly a collection of the questions I [that would be Alex Case] have had or heard since I arrived in Japan eight ago [that would be relative, like everything] that I have found plausible, interesting and/ or amusing explanations to from reading, speaking to people or my own pondering.
I now have 6 years of post-initial qualification teaching experience, but my love affair with the world of education began a lot longer ago than that: My first foray into "teaching' EFL was helping out in my mum's primary school L2 classroom when I was a teenager. Since then, I've done a language assistance-ship in France (as part of my degree in English and French literature) which involved teaching primary scho...
OUP English Language Teaching Global Blog
Hello and welcome to the official global blog for Oxford University Press - English Language Teaching. This blog is intended for teachers, trainers, lecturers, authors and anyone else with an interest in keeping up with what's happening in the world of ELT and what we're up to.
Profesorbaker's Worldwide English Blog
Born in the Year of the Tiger, in the first month of Aquarius, in a small, rural Arkansas town called Luxora (population 1000). Taught to read and do basic math before kindergarten by my mother and big brother, breezed through 12 years of a high school education with a GPA of 93.50 and vowed to never study again... (How wrong I was... I have never stopped studying, be it formal or informal I love to study and learn new things...
Learn about tips and tricks for becoming a better ESL teacher.
While I work for International House Coimbra and have worked for various IH affiliated schools throughout my teaching career, the views on this blog are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of my employers or the International House World Organisation, though I like to think they might agree with me every now and again.
News and views from Alex Case in Japan
The Steve Brown Blog
I've been involved in English Language Teaching since 1993, and have worked in Mongolia, Romania, Czech Republic, Hungary, South Africa, Malaysia and the UK. I've been a teacher, a director of studies, a teacher trainer, and a few other things as well. I am currently curriculum and quality leader of the Languages Department at West College Scotland, a large FE college just outside Glasgow.
What Ed Said
I'm a teacher, a learner, an inquirer...