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The Future of English Language Teaching is Liberal Arts

Our disrupted world is poised for more disruption. New technologies have already upended many industries and professions. English language teaching and education more generally have not been an exception. Language […]

Mistakes Are Opportunities to Learn

Mistakes Are Learning Opportunities

Mistakes Are Opportunities to Learn When we’re learning a foreign language, we are bound to make mistakes.  As a teacher, I encourage my learners to take risks and praise them […]

Teaching and Exploring in a New Culture

Teaching and Exploring in a New Culture

By Alyssa Micek This article is designed to facilitate discussion regarding the cultural challenges of teaching abroad as well as the valuable lessons one can learn through the process. It […]

Penny Ur : 100 Teaching Tips – Book Review

Penny Ur : 100 Teaching Tips - Book Review

by Penny Ur Cambridge University Press 2016 Reviewed by Scott Zimmermann, D.A. Few authors in the field of EFL are as eminently qualified as Penny Ur. Her practical book, Penny […]

Interview with Nicholas Walker

Interview with Nicholas Walker

By Sharyn Collins Hello, Nicholas, could you tell me about your background and how you got into EFL? I’m English, but I was born in Singapore. My father was in […]

Write Right: Teaching Composition Skills

Teaching Composition Skills

Teaching composition skills Nine years ago, I found myself having to rediscover how to teach writing to sophomores and higher level students for the first time since I did my […]