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TESOL or ESL Articles

You'll find the beginnings of a set of TESOL articles exploring many aspects of teaching that a would-be TESOL teacher needs to teach English abroad successfully.

Considering ESL

The first couple of articles look at what options there are for teaching English abroad.

Getting the Job

In the Classroom

In the Teacher's Toolbox  

  • Simple Wikipedia: A Great Resource for Aspiring TESOL Teachers
    Finding interesting motivation reading resources for adults and older kids can be a challenge if you are a TESOL teacher. Most books are either too long, too difficult or not interesting. One great tool that can help TESOL teachers and ESL students is an offshoot of Wikipedia - Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia written in simple English for easy reading.
  • Tools for Tired TESOL Teachers: OpenOffice
    OpenOffice offers a great resource for Teachers and Students for an unbelievable price. You can also make copies for your students, available in multi-lingual, multi-OS, pretty multi-everything!

Language Skills

Teaching Skills

Stay tuned for more articles or visit the 'newsletter page'. We'll be adding to the selection of articles right here. Also, if you have a good article that you would like to publish here, then drop by and send me an email.

 

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