ESL Teacher RSS Feeds
Site - eflmagazine.com
About Site - EFL Magazine was born out of the idea of bringing truly great content from the best people to English language teachers worldwide, to improve the lives of those teachers and their students.
Site - fluentu.com/blog/english
About Site - We're here to enrich language learning and make the experience more interactive. FluentU believes that online video is the ideal medium to study a language, and by delivering memorable, engaging content for users, we can offer the best online resource for studying languages.
Site - eslpod.com/eslpod_blog
Los Angeles, California, USA
About Site - ESLPod.com's English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast is run by a team of experienced English as a Second Language professors with over 30 years of high school, adult, and university ESL teaching experience. This podcast aim is to make people learn English language.
Site - cambridge.org/elt/blog
About Site - We provide award-winning English language resources, courses and services. Experience Better Learning with Cambridge, through thousands of insights, ideas and resources for language teachers.
Site - oupeltglobalblog.com
About Site - The ELT Division is a global leader in the provision of multimedia English language teaching and learning materials. Operating in over 100 countries, it reaches millions of teachers and students each year to support the development of English language proficiency.
Site - larryferlazzo.edublogs.org
About Site - Larry Ferlazzo talks about websites that will help you teach ELL, ESL and EFL. I teach English, Social Studies and International Baccalaureate classes to English Language Learners and mainstream students at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento.
Site - quickshout.blogspot.com
About Site - I am a regular virtual and face to face conference speaker and specialise in delivering learning technology training to help English language teachers exploit web based applications and resources.
Site - cristinacabal.com
About Site - Hi! I’m Cristina. I teach English to adults at the Official Language School ,which is a public centre dedicated to the teaching of languages to adults . I love teaching and have been doing so since 1991.
Site - tefltastic.wordpress.com
About Site - Classroom materials and teaching tips from TEFL lifer Alex Case. See the drop-down menus under the photo for thousands of photocopiables and articles, and for how to support TEFLtastic
Site - englishteachermelanie.com
About Site - Helping English learners move from the classroom into the real world. English Teacher Melanie is a TESL-certified English teacher who helps you find the best study tips and training techniques that work for you!
Site - teachingeslonline.com/blog
About Site - Teaching ESL Online helps English teachers start their own thing online. Resources, advice, interviews, and tutorials give the online teacher everything he or she needs to become a success.
Brasilia, DF, Brazil
About Site - Movie Segments to Assess Grammar Goals contains a series of movie segments and activities to assess or practice grammar points through fun, challenging exercises. Here you will find the movie segments, the lesson plans, printable worksheets with answer key for each activity, and the tips to develop your own grammar activities.
Site - eslteacheredu.org
About Site - ESLteacherEDU.org serves as a state-by-state guide that details the specific education, examination, and assessment requirements that each state’s Board of Education has established for qualifying teachers for TESOL certification.
Site - mastersinesl.com
About Site - Our site will help you obtain the necessary education to reach your professional goals. We provide links to accredited ESL degree programs in addition to other useful resources that cover a variety of topics related to the field.
Site - tesall.com/blog
About Site - 8 years serving the ESL EFL TESOL Community. Offering the ESL TEFL TESOL community the latest ESL EFL TESOL Jobs, Resumes, Discussion Forums, Teacher Training Courses, Teaching News and more.
About Site - Reflections of an English Language Teacher. My blog contains information about my materials development, research project and presentations as well as reflective writing, a range of classroom activities and a wealth of links related to the Cambridge Delta and the Leeds Met M.A. ELT
Site - eslexpat.com/blog
About Site - Discover fun ESL games and activities to use in your English language classroom. Read blog articles about teachers' experiences and TESOL tips for improving your classes. Find jobs teaching English abroad on ESL Expat's job board.
Site - evasimkesyan.com
About Site - A Journey in TEFL is a blog where I share lessons and ideas on teaching English . Eva Buyuksimkesyan is an EFL teacher, founder of Dream2Edu, a small business which holds creative writing and reading workshops for kids, a teacher trainer and a blogger.
Site - teachingvillage.org
About Site - I’m an English teacher currently living in Kitakyushu, Japan. I’ve taught English as a Second or Foreign Language (ESL/EFL) for a little more than 20 years, and in those years I have taught all ages in many different environments.
42. ELTjam RSS Feed
Site - elteachertrainer.com
About Site - I’m a freelance teacher trainer, and ELT course book author. This blog began as a place for teacher training resources and it’s all still there here but more recently it deals with more topics related to areas of interest, including the subjects of my conference talks and presentations.
Site - soyouthinkyoucanteachesl.com
Seoul, Republic of Korea
About Site - An ESL, education, and teaching blog. To create fun, exciting and stimulating English learning materials for children all around the world! I am an ELL teacher in South Korea and have been teaching since 2009.
Site - ttmadrid.com
About Site - TtMadrid was started by a team of qualified TEFL teachers and TEFL trainers with extensive experience in the field. We are dedicated to providing quality TEFL teacher training, ensuring our trainees have full support and guidance both during their TEFL course here in Madrid, Spain and after the course.
Site - teachpronunciation.blog
About Site - It is for teachers who want to help their learners become more effective listeners and speakers via great pronunciation teaching! It is for teachers who want to be able integrate pronunciation into every lesson!
Site - eltcation.wordpress.com
About Site - Blog by Lana (Svetlana) Kandybovich. I am an enthusiastic teacher, teacher trainer and EAP & ESP consultant. My Vocation is my Vacation: Resources, Materials and Ideas
Site - adirajan.wordpress.com
About Site - Ideas for creating immersive learning experiences. My ELT qualifications include the Cambridge CELTA & DELTA, and the British Council’s Professional Award in Teacher Development and Core Skills Validation.
Site - eltgeek.wordpress.com
About Site - I’m an English language teacher who’s very interested in language acquisition and ELT methodology (which will be evident from the title of this blog!) Apart from teaching, I’m also involved in teacher development (in the company where I work I oversee professional development of a team of language trainers, and I also recently became a CELTA trainer).
Site - esl-lab.blogspot.com
About Site - Share ideas about learning English as a second or foreign language. Study abroad, ESL programs, accent reduction, ESL study Tips . . . Anything related to learning English and cultural understading!
Site - hoprea.wordpress.com
About Site - This blog is about English Language Teaching and education in general. This is a place for me to express my opinions, have conversations with readers, and change my mind if that’s the case.
Site - broadyesl.wordpress.com
About Site - A Community of Practice: Teaching English and Other Languages, CALL, Educational Technology, Advocacy, Immigrant Issues, Professional Organizations, Culture, Teacher Training, Assessment, Family Outreach, Assessment, Standards, Legal Issues, and Professional Development
Site - thebestticher.wordpress.com
About Site - EFL advice, tricks and tips for newbie teachers. The Best Ticher is a space to share lesson ideas, thoughts, and experiences, as well as to connect with other EFL teachers as we journey through the weird and wonderful world of TEFL teaching.
Site - theeslnexus.com
About Site - Integrating language and content for academic success by English Language Learners. I love using my experience as an ESL Teacher, Teacher Trainer & Curriculum Designer to help you help your ELLs achieve success!
74. ABCDelt RSS Feed
Site - abcdelt.com
About Site - I am a Teacher of English as a Foreign Language. This is my blog to contain my reflections on teaching, exciting things I learn, good (and BAD) lesson reports, material and generally my journey as a teacher.
Site - grammaramble.wordpress.com
About Site - A few words about teaching, language, and putting them together with technology. I am an ESL teacher at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Florida. I enjoy messing around with technology in the classroom and in trying to become a better teacher.
About Site - I am an ELT/TESOL/TEFL teacher trainer. I am from Ukraine but work internationally. My passion is Teacher Education and Development. My mantra is ‘Inspired teachers inspire learners’
Site - commonsense-esl.com
About Site - I’ve been teaching ESL and coordinating programs, doing teacher training and mentoring for over 35 years at colleges and universities in four countries including in Africa with the Peace Corps . I’ve co-authored nine textbooks, including the award-winning Conversation Strategies. I have an MAT from The School for International Training, in Brattleboro, Vermont. Currently, I’m a Coordinator and Academic ESL Instructor at Whatcom Community College, in Bellingham, Washington.
Site - joyofesl.blogspot.com
Windsor, Southern Ontario, Canada
About Site - I am an Ontario Certified English Language Teacher (OCELT) in southwestern Ontario. My website is loaded with free materials for settlement English teachers.
Site - corpling4efl.wordpress.com
About Site - I’m an EFL lecturer based in Tokyo, Japan. This site is meant to be a collection of thoughts, ideas, and resources regarding English teaching and corpus linguistics. There may be some other material about technology and language teaching in general that gets mixed in, too.
Site - eltadvocacy.wordpress.com
Dublin City, Ireland
About Site - Working to improve the working conditions and professional lives of English language teachers in Ireland through organisation and communication.
95. DUST RSS Feed
Site - tefldust.blogspot.com
About Site - I am into the third stage of my TEFL career now, 7-19 years, where the DUST I've created is turning into STARS. On this site you can find some ways to stop that DUST settling in the classroom that i have collected from web pages and other people.
Site - hartlelearning.wordpress.com
About Site - This is a blog which will point you towards my work, discussions and thoughts among other things that you can read and comment on too. You can look at ways of teaching English. You can share your ideas with us and you can spread our ideas to others. This is the basis of this EFL community
Site - whatiselt.com
About Site - Our goal with What is ELT? is to help teachers, aspiring teachers and teacher educators with a quick reference guide of terminology, concepts and tools for the practice of English language teaching and professional development.
103. ltelt RSS Feed
Site - ltelt.wordpress.com
About Site - An ELT teacher's thoughts. I am an ELT professional living and working in Dublin, Ireland. I’m interested in lots of different aspects of ELT and what you will see on this blog will hopefully reflect those interests.
Site - primarystories.org
About Site - A teaching English blog for primary and secondary teachers. She is a teacher, primary ELT Specialist, teacher trainer and materials developer with 10 years experience in teaching field.
About Site - This blog was created to share experiences and discuss ideas about how teachers can help learners practise English more outside class and learn more effectively in class, through taking a coaching approach in the classroom. We hope that the activities and ideas discussed here will be of practical use to teachers who want to see their students take steps towards independent learning.