Monthly Archives: November 2007

Teaching English in New Zealand

Thanks once again to the marvellous mmcmorrow for posting this priceless information over on the Australia & New Zealand forum, essential advice for anyone thinking about working in the country: The situation regarding English language teaching in New Zealand is … Continue reading

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How To Learn English

Sharifah Hassan is a teacher for 14 years. She is currently involved with International Educators Program. She has a couple of blogs related to teaching and on one of them, Inevergouniversity, she recently wrote this: Here are some tips which … Continue reading

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The future of English: In whose hands?

Interesting article from FT: Whose language? By Michael Skapinker Published: November 8 2007 19:55 Chung Dong-young, a former television anchorman and candidate to be president of South Korea, may be behind in the opinion polls but one of his campaign … Continue reading

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Turkish 101

I found this blog on living in Istanbul recently and just wanted to share this with you, from an entry about learning Turkish: The important thing, I think, when learning a new language, especially one that is so completely different … Continue reading

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The best advice you’ve ever had PART II

The best advice discussion over on the Your Life Teaching English forum has brought up a lot of interesting and worthwhile responses from forum members. Thanks also to Saint, who has left his advice, hope to see you on the … Continue reading

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Teaching in Kazakhstan

I previously featured Kazakhstan as a teaching destination in an excellent article by Paul Bartlett entitled The Real Kazakhstan: Eager to Attract Foreign Expertise. Paul has been hard at work spreading the word in another article, this time in the … Continue reading

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ESL Blogger

Kip Boahn (AKA Kip Yellowjacket) is the creator of numerous ELT related blogs. As well as using song lyrics to teach, there is also what looks to be the very interesting Second Life English Blog. Kip describes it thus:Second Life … Continue reading

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The Best advice you’ve ever had

What is the best teaching advice you’ve ever been given? That’s an interesting question, isn’t it? It’s one that’s being discussed at present over on the Your Life Teaching English Forum. This is a topic that’s really gotten me thinking … Continue reading

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IDIOMATO: TEFL News and Resources

If you’re looking for some interesting links for TEFL resources, IDIOMATO is a good place to look. IDIOMATO is a web application that allows you to submit an article that will be reviewed by all and will be promoted, based … Continue reading

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Teachers on TEFL in Poland

Poland is recognized as being a fairly easy place to start your TEFL career. Why that is could be for a number of reasons. After all, it’s not necessarily always a good thing for it to be easy to find … Continue reading

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