Nina English. This article was written by Yveta Londa (the lady in black), my student of advanced courses.
Kalinago English: teaching-english. RichmondShare Blog. A language studio - English: home. Although, unfortunately, I didn't attend the 50th (a golden jubilee!)
IATEFL conference, I have the honour to be one of its online registered bloggers. Today's post will briefly discuss the plenary by one of the greatest linguists - Professor David Crystal, who is the patron of IATEFL. I met the professor a couple of years ago at a conference and I find his work truly inspiring. You can watch David Crystal's presentation here. The focus of Crystal's talk is on principal changes in all areas of the English language, referring to the changes of vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, etc. that have occurred in the last fifty years and those that are likely to happen in the next five decades. Bites and Bits of English: 2018. This year I've decided to get more interactive to celebrate the day and discuss sexism using poweful images.
This year's logo for International Women's Day is #PressforChange, so everybody should start by condemning campaigns and attitudes we see in everyday life without even realising. That would be a great way to press. The UN Secretary- General António Guterres has said : Claire_english-at-home.com. ELT Experiences. I have been teaching EFL for nearly twelve years now, with teaching experience in South Korea, Romania as well as the UK.
Currently, I am the Young Learner Co-ordinator at LTC Eastbourne. I am responsible for curriculum development as well as the training of current Young Learner teachers. I am also a freelance certified examiner for Cambridge ESOL Examinations usually marking the KET, PET, FCE and CAE exams. In my freetime, I enjoy reading, preparing lessons, listening to music, learning Korean, as well as attending and giving talks at local or international conferences. I hold an MA in English Language Teaching from the University of Sussex, hold a Diploma, CELTA and have also completed the Trinity Young Learners Extension Course (TYLEC). Carlos_CEBA Languages 2. John's ESL Community. Brian and Victor were ice skating on a frozen lake deep within the forest one night when they suddenly smelled something terrible.
"It smells like a fish that died a week ago," said Brian. "It smells worse than a garbage dump," said Victor. The boys followed their noses to a cave in the forest and found a seven foot tall monster with very big eyes. Terrified, they ran home without saying a word to the monster. The monster started after the boys, but soon became tired because it had not eaten in many weeks. Later that night, Brian and Victor took their friends Judy and Samantha to the cave in the forest. Sandy Millin.
Anyone following my blog will know that CELTA took over my life in August last year (2014), and will continue to dominate until the same time this year (2015). ESL Commando. Here is a quick run down of all of my favorite listening websites for English learners.
Please be sure to check out my top ESL listening activities here on the ESL Commando too! Enjoy! ELLLO - English Listening Lab Online. Randall's Lab - Great Main Ideas and cloze exercisesLyrics Training - Learn English through songs. Check out my full review HERE. Thank you! This will help us improve your ad experience. Report a problem. On the same page. Monica. My name is Monika and after eight years of teaching English I’ve decided to share my more or less wild ideas concerning the process of turning innocent people to the Dark Side – eventually (mwahahaha).
Since stereotypical role of a teacher is to oppose a student (at least in non-teaching eyes), I have gladly accepted the exaggerated role of Evil Incarnated much to both mine and my students’ amusement. Olya Sergeeva. Update.
I was very happy to hear that this post got shortlisted for Teaching English – British Council blog award. If you decide to vote for it (in which case, THANK YOU! :)), let them know by ‘liking’ the post on their facebook page: ow.ly/MrfLk. Pilar Garcia Pasadas. All Things Grammar. Larry Ferlazzo’s English Website. There are many pages on my main website, and they have nearly 8,000 categorized links appropriate for English Language Learners.
The best place to start exploring is the Main English Page. You can read an overview about each section of my website on the Teacher’s Page. This page also has many links specifically useful to teachers. You can also go directly to each page of my website: English For Beginners and Early Intermediate English Themes for Beginners and Early Intermediate English For Intermediate and Advanced. Cristina Cabal. I love teaching reported speech.
ALL ABOUT THAT BASS – ELT-CATION. “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder”. ― Plato. Topic introduction: The topic addresses rather sensitive issues connected with insecurities people might have about their looks. Play the following song and ask students what this ‘all about this bass’ is actually about. Get feedback and go to Step 1 to explore the “bass”:)