This blog is the personal thoughts & opinions of the writers on the state of the Malaysian education system, both private and public, the resulting products of the system as well as the job market in relation to fresh graduates.
In 2006 I wrote An A-Z of ELT – an encyclopedia-dictionary of terminology relating to English language and English language teaching. As soon as it was published (by Macmillan) I was already planning an update. Hence this blog. Here I will regularly post articles relating to existing entries, or with a view to creating new entries, should the A-Z be revised.
I've been a EFL teacher and teacher trainer for over thirty years now and have lived and worked in a variety of European and Asian countries. I'm the author of a number of published courses, and run a small language training business in Italy. This blog is for EFL teachers of all levels of experience. I hope teachers new to ELT will find some useful ideas, and that both they and others will treat it as a forum for sharing opinions and experiences.
El inglés is a blog about the English language where you'll find interesting lessons, free handouts, ESL videos, interesting facts about English, iBT TOEFL preparation information, articles for and by teachers and students, learning strategies, news, and just a whole lot more. Take peek inside right now to see it all.
I am an ESOL teacher in London and this is my blog where I post different ideas for teaching English. Many of the posts have a focus on using technology in the classroom and I have also added reflections on conferences that I have attended.
Dekita.org highlights the Web-publishing work of EFL (English as a Foreign Language)/ESL (English as a Second Language) students, showcases the classroom Web-publishing projects in EFL /ESL and introduces links relevant to personal Web-publishing in language learning contexts. Dekita.org also serves as a means for learners, educators, and other interested people to locate student Web-publications and participate in the conversation.
ESLPundit.com is an ESL blog that will encourage discussions related to TESOL. The site is authored and maintained by an Editor at an educational publishing company who has had prior experience in teaching English to strugling readers and non-native speakers both in and outside of the U.S. The blog is also co-authored by a PhD student in computer science who specializes in Natural Language Processing / Computational Linguistics.