Monthly Archives: February 2008

What materials do you need to teach?

As ever, a video clip is worth a thousand words… Here is another informative clip from Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

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Five Great TOEFL Links

TOEFL Links Love it or hate it, the TOEFL ain’t going away any time soon. Here are some of my, ahem, favourite links to some of the best TOEFL related websites. TOEFL Prep Info TOEFL information that will help you understand the TOEFL test. TOEFL- Test … Continue reading

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The Hell of ESL: The Pain in Spain Blog

If you’re thinking of teaching English in Spain but finding it hard to sort through all the information online, Pain in Spain is one TEFL blog which could definitely help you. Posts including how to become legal in Spain help you to find out what … Continue reading

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March 1st: Horizons Issue 3

Issue 3 of the (ELT) World renowned journal will be hot off the printers on 1st March, and it’s an action packed issue… What Would Motivate you to Take a New Job? by members of the forum (general discussion) Interview:Teacher … Continue reading

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Intermediate listening task: parkour

Check out a task on the increasingly popular sport of parkour on the new ELT listening resources blog. Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

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Spreading the TEFL Love, David style

Who loves his fellow TEFLers, eh? Who loves ya? It fills my heart with joy to be able to make you all so happy, which is why I’m reposting this ever popular free PDF…Methods of teaching foreign languages is the … Continue reading

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Jeremy Harmer: the Queen is Irrelevant

New York-based English language expert and TEFL legend Jeremy Harmer has said that “the idea of speaking Queen’s English is no longer relevant to the world in 2008, especially in the context of compatibility and intelligibility of the language.” Speaking … Continue reading

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Who owns the Zebra?

Anyone wishing to raise discussion in class could make use of a puzzle like this…On a city block there are five houses in a row, numbered from left to right, each of a different color and inhabited by men of … Continue reading

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TEFL Lifestyles abroad

The lifestyles abroad forum has proven to be a very popular addition to the ELT World forums since its introduction just over a month ago. Here are some of the topics raising much discussion. The Must See/Do list for where … Continue reading

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ELT World Link Exchange

Places on the Web that Link to ELT World…   It’s hard for me to believe, but some of you have actually taken the time to add this blog to your own sites! Mutual backscratching is great, I really need to start a … Continue reading

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