Although TEFLtastic was started up simply to help the owner/ editor of TEFL.net try out his (now long gone) blogging platform for teachers, I slowly worked out that I could host a whole site with the help of WordPress, and that worksheets were a lot more useful and welcome than navel gazing and attempts at humour. I therefore haven’t actually blogged for a while and was only keeping the name “TEFLtastic blog” out of habit and maybe the idea that I could dismiss all complaints about no answer keys etc with “What do you expect? It’s just a blog!”
Well, with thousands of pages of classroom materials and other publications and no actual blogging, it’s not just a blog, nor even a blog at all… So, from now on I will respond to all criticism with “Well, you get what you pay for!” and the name of the “site” is just:
Not having the word “blog” will hopefully also make it less embarrassing to look at in the teachers’ room.
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