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Interview Experience: USM (TESOL) 2018

A couple of days ago I was called to the interview for University of Science, Malaysia’s TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, TESL in other universities) course. 990 more words


Semester Two: Like a sneeze

I have a confession to make.

I haven’t been writing as much. And I think it’s because I feel that I shouldn’t be sharing as much. 567 more words


Developing writing skills in the EFL classroom

What was the last thing you wrote? A Whatsapp message? Shopping list? Maybe an email? So why are teachers still getting students to write descriptions of picture stories to practise writing skills? 604 more words

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Considering Becoming an ESL Teacher? Beware... Americans Aren't Welcome Everywhere!

If you are considering becoming an ESL teacher, you must read Zan’s Top Tip for New Teachers Joining the Industry!

In our latest interview with ESL teachers we find that Zan Raynor has been working as an ESL teacher for five years, and has a Bachelor of Education, CELTA and DELTA.

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Teaching EAP (English for Academic Purposes) at University

Our Guest Blogger, Chris Wilson answers all the commonly asked questions about teaching English for Academic Purposes at a university

What is English for Academic Purposes (EAP)?

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Not All Whiteboard Markers Are Erasable As Jan Found Out!

In the next interview in our series, find out about teaching ESL with Jan, an industry veteran of 30 years.


Jan is originally from Melbourne, Australia.

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Q&A With a 35-Year ESL Industry Teaching Veteran

Find out some of the issues affecting Christine after being an ESL teacher for 35 years. Will they affect you?

In this instalment in our series of interviews with ESL teachers, we chat to Christine B, who has been in the industry for a significant time.

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