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My First Classes as a ESL Teacher

I started my new job this week.  I work in a small industrial town about thirty minutes outside of Madrid.  While the commute is long this job promised the highest pay and hours than any other.   476 more words


Today is the Big Day

I left school at eleven last night. I arrived back at five this morning. I would be lying if I said that this was not a regular pattern these days. 351 more words

Grammar Guru

How to Speak British

Siobhan Thompson offers us a few British phrases that often baffle her American friends.

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New Book, New Stress: Part Two

Another late post.

I have been using the new book for two weeks now and I can honestly say some of my feelings have changed. My previous comments were based on prior experiences I had with the book. 167 more words


在非正式的同行評審時我應該如何反饋我同事的研究論文? / 對同事研究論文非正式的同行評議你不應該做的事為何? (研究生英文編修出版投稿日報) 10/2/2014

*對同事研究論文非正式的同行評議你不應該做的事為何?(PART A)
*學術英文投稿教學影片 (256) How to Draw a Cluster Map
*明白寫作 (英文編修訓練) (10 / 15) 264 more words

China: Round Two

This time last year I followed my calling and moved across the world. I left my family, friends, and everything that was normal and comfortable to me to move to LangFang, China (about 40 miles outside of Beijing). 281 more words

English Syntax

Summary of Chapter 9: Essential Linguistics, (Freeman & Freeman, 2004).

Chapter 9 tells us some basic aspects of English syntax and sheds light on how insights from syntax apply to teaching reading and to teaching a second language (Freeman & Freeman, 2004, p. 649 more words


egcloyd reblogged this on egcloyd and commented:

Ms. Morales does a real stand up job of summarizing the big issues mentioned in Chapter 9 of Essential Linguistics.