- How to introduce an English Textbook to your Students1. Introduction “Tell me and I forget, Teach me and I may remember, Involve me and I learn. “ -Benjamin Franklin Textbook is one of the main instruments of educating and preparing students for the examinations. On the first or … Continue reading → […]
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A couple of recent Alex Case articles have addressed the issue of pay in TEFL and its implications. I greatly enjoy Alex’s blog, as those of you who come here regularly will know, but I feel I needed to respond … Continue reading
Academic Management: Establishing and sustaining a learning cultureDublin, May 23-25, 2008Yes folks, those weird and wonderful folks at IATEFL have gone and done it again. This time the ‘special interest’ conference aims to provide a forum for exploring how to … Continue reading
What you need to ask at your TEFL interview In March, Mishmumkin raised an issue of great significance to those of us who are looking for that dream TEFL job or are considering starting out in the profession: ‘If I’ve done my research correctly I should know a … Continue reading
The poll on what would motivate us to take a new job has now closed and it seems that one factor was much more important than all of the others. So, it seems we’re all in it for the money. … Continue reading
Another free resource has been made available by joint BBC / British Council website, Teaching English: a free pdf downloadable book entitled ‘Developing an Association for Language Teachers‘ edited by Ana Falcao and Margit Szesztay. From the website: This handbook … Continue reading