Greetings everyone, this is Jase, also known as Fluency MC. 'Wish List' talks about Christmas and New Years, but what it's really about is peace, love and understanding across cultures and across the world.
The summer issue of American Educator (from The American Federation Of Teachers) has three very important articles on teaching English Language Learners, and they’ve made all three available in one easy-to-download PDF. If only other journals would be as generous as the AE is!
There are thousands of free English resources online; some can be extremely valuable tools but it can be difficult to sort through all of the material out there to find the gems. The resources we have listed below will help you ...
Andrew Imrie's English Teaching Blog ... The BBC Learning English website is one of the best resources on the web for students. In fact, there are so many good things ... The second resource is 6 Minute English.
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