Philip Kerr is doing a session for Macmillan Dec 5th called “The return of translation” from 3-4pm (GMT). You can register for the webinar at: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/2657226837 This should be interesting as I’m one of those who NEVER use my learners’ L1 in the classroom and I’m a bit of a stickler with this. Let’s see if […]
Just got home from the IATEFL BESIG conference in Stuttgart. Over the next few weeks I’ll be adding the ideas, links and information from all the speakers so you can access the info too. As a start, here are the main things I learnt from the conference: 1. It is an amazing networking experience and […]
If you would like to contribute to the TESOL Connnections electronic newsletter – now is the time! There is a call for submissions at the moment for anyone interested in getting some of their ideas published. You can submit full articles or quick tips – the quick tips only need to be 500 words max so […]
Macmillan held their free online conference last week but it was during the day so I had to multi-task whilst checking documents. Thankfully, all the sessions are now online and available – here is the link to the sessions and the info – you can watch the videos and download the presentations: http://www.macmillanenglish.com/BlankTemplate.aspx?id=57542 I strongly recommend […]
Welcome to my new blog! The plan is to share my knowledge and experience as a TEFL-lifer and pass on hints and tips to other English teachers. I’m not sure I will add lots of diary-type entries – more a ton of tips, links, and resources for TEFLers.