TEFL blog roundup: May

Here are a few of the things I’ve been reading over the last month. Enjoy…

My first IATEFL conference by Emma Herrod on Ken Wilson’s blog

Why texting is good for the English language by Adam Simpson

Can someone ever teach someone else how to teach? by Willy Cardoso

Becoming a teacher trainer by John Hughes

Should TEFLrs have a Back Up Plan? by Leahn Stanhope

Six jobs before becoming a teacher by Lindsay Clandfield

Bloom’s Taxonomy by Mary (English Corner)

E is for Error by Scott Thornbury

There’s nothing good or bad, but thinking makes it so by Jeremy Harmer

Watching young learners at work by Marisa Constantinides

What beginners need by Alex Case

Class without a teacher by Darren Elliot

How late is too late to begin lesson planning by Mike Harrison

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5 Responses to TEFL blog roundup: May

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  2. Leahn says:

    Thanks for the mention.

  3. Rob Harford says:

    The funniest TEFL blog I’ve read in ages has to be A Self Help Freak’s Guide to Living in Paris. Check it out!

  4. Jack says:

    Thanks for the links, David. I was looking at highlighting some TEFL blogs from teachers on the frontline. It gives a real picture that ESLCafe wants to sugarcoat to make more money for their advertisers.

  5. david says:

    Thanks, Rob. Sorry your comment got lost somewhere… much appreciated, though.

    Hi Jack, you’re welcome. In fact, I feel a bit of Cafe bashing coming on.

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