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A blog for English learners and their teachers everywhere, initiated in 2010 with the contribution of students from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. More about me on the On-line Profile below. Welcome!

Recommended Links & Other Treats

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The Digital Teacher

The definitive resource for EFL and ESL teachers that’s full of information about tools, techniques and training.

Design, deliver and evaluate English language learning that truly inspires your students.

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Free Resources from MacMillan 

Free Resources from MacMillan

Employability Skills – Free Resources

Learn more about America by subscribing to the online monthly for learners of English, ZOOM in on America.

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Angela Princ, an American teacher of English living and working in Prague, who is pleased to admit she can learn a language (I believe she was referring to Czech) by osmosis, similar to the way I have been picking up Polish over the last few years, recommends:

  • The New York Times Education, to which I add the New York Times blog

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  • David Crystal’s DC Blog

In my opinion, one of the greatest resources for linguistic adventure you can find! Links to my favourite 2010 posts on DC right here.

Links and Opinion on Learning, Technology, Web 2.0 and EFL, ESL

for teaching ELL, ESL & EFL, such as The Daily Riff, a site I was very glad to stumble upon.

Tools, tips, techniques and tweets for online moderators

  • Ken Wilson’s Blog

“I’m a teacher trainer, an author of ELT materials and until 2002, I was artistic director of the English Teaching Theatre. I trained to be an English teacher with John and Brita Haycraft at International House London and taught English in Seville before moving back to IH London, where I worked as a teacher and teacher trainer before going freelance when I was about 30. In the seventies, I wrote and recorded Mister Monday, the first-ever collection of ELT songs. Since then I’ve written and recorded about 150 language teaching songs.”

[About Ken]

  • ABCya! Word Clouds 

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