Becoming Better Teachers with iTDi and WizIQ Founded and run by a team of dedicated teachers, the International Teacher Development Institute (iTDi) is a... (RT @SerraRoseli: Join @anamariacult and @jenverschoor on Friday, July 25, 10 a.m.
People have been learning second languages for ages. English hasn't always been the popular choice. Once upon a time those who were considered “cultured” learned Latin and/or Greek. Soon after French was the popular choice where second lan ...
The Over-Hyped and Non-Over-Hyped Words December 20, 2010 @ 10:26 AM | By Kate Nelson If you sit in enough meetings, either around a conference room table or on an audio conference call or web conference , you start to pick up on a lot of buzzwords...
Buzzwords - an interesting addition to an ELL lesson. Especially speaking/listening!
When I volunteered to host this month's ELT blog carnival I was eager to get teachers everywhere to pitch in and help out with this tricky subject. Below you'll find an array of blogs on the topic of pronunciation. I hope that they help you feel more confident, as they have helped me grow as a teacher.
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