$trictly 4 my T.E.A.C.H.E.R.Z. was created with the idea of making a different kind of English teaching blog. One that presents quality materials but with a little extra added flavor. With a little swag, if I may say so. Hence the blinged-out banner at the top of the page.
Featuring scoops, opinions, issues, and links related to ESL in South Korea
Education, post-structuralism, and the Rise of the Machines
Traditionally people moved from Poland to England, however I've always liked to do things differently. Find out here what a young, ex-Tesco manager, failed poet and one time potential spy, gets up to when he decides to find adventure in Eastern Europe.
I'm a newbie so this blog will appeal to other TEFL newbies or people contemplating the jump
Here are some regrettably true stories from the dark underbelly of English teaching, as experienced by English Teacher X over his eight-year career. The names have all been changed to protect the innocent. Although few of the people mentioned are innocent by any definition whatsoever.
Lost in translation...and found again. One ESL instructor's adventures, mishaps and a few successful classroom activities along the educational path.
An English teacher who got a bit bored one day and decided to join the Legion. Got bored of that and am now sitting around writing up and reminiscing old times.
Occasional musings on English grammar that may be of interest to teachers
Issues, ideas, and discussion in English Education
On being an English teacher and future librarian. On reading, eating, teaching, and writing. My thoughts, dreams, and happenings.
A blog from a teacher concerned, as we all are, to squeeze some genuine education around the edges of all the other stuff that fills our time these days.
I blog about English teaching in Japan with an emphasis on teacher training. Quite often, though, I will blog about anything that comes to mind. I am really not as serious a guy as I appear. Class blogging sites and students' blogs will also be linked here.
A Vancouver English-as-a-Second Language teacher's links to his favorite online teaching resources, with advice and commentaries for teachers and students of ESL.
I'm a teacher in Alaska, with 6 years of remote bush teaching (Yupik, Siberian Yupik Eskimos).
Teaching, rant, language, booze, Greece, food, lust and other stuff.
Thoughts on life in Michigan plus linguistics grad school, teaching ESL, and assorted miscellany.
I live and work in Taiwan. I'm a British teacher and these are some of my experiences.
In which an Englishman gets to grips with teaching English in a French secondary school
The horrors of the Inner City Comprehensive- Read and Weep
A personal blog of an English teacher in South Korea
A Sydney Communities and ESL weblog for secondary students and teachers
The TEFL Graveyard is a place to kick back and relax with a can of Special Brew (optional) and reflect on the often deeply peculiar underworld of Teaching English as a Foreign Language. It is a space crammed with unfulfilled dreams of liberation, wistful recollections of petty glories, interspersed with many a frankly odd episode.
A journal of my work and study life, with the aim of making me work better. So there.
Stuff from the head of Sean Banville
A random assortment of EFL related musings