Category Archives: TEFL e books

New Teaching Presentations Skills e-book

Like all my e-books for teachers, this new one has over 300 pages of photocopiable worksheets for just three quid, with a mix of polished up classics and totally new materials, and with detailed indexes and instructions to help find … Continue reading

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New Teaching Telephoning e-book out now!

While the rest of you were taking up new hobbies and having Zoom parties (?), I used my lockdown to finally keep my promise to those who were kind enough to buy a copy of my one of my previous … Continue reading

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Best of Mastertalker Interactive Games and Activities

Not like me to actually have useful ideas on TEFLtastic I know, but as I ripped all these ideas off one TEFL e book I can hardly claim it is even as much an article as the other things that … Continue reading

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New TEFL articles etc September 2009

TEFL on the Net (an attempt to summarize all things for all TEFlers in 600 words- you can judge my success for yourself and comment here or there) How to find EFL worksheets on the internet (so you never have … Continue reading

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ELT publishing trendspotter

New ways of getting content – Big publishers have been buying up books from smaller publishers (e.g. a couple from Helbling Languages ending up on CUP and Oxford buying up some business skills books) and even self-published books (I gave a … Continue reading

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Ms Kelly Blackwell, you are talking out of your…

“In order to teach English in a private language school you need to be able to speak English fluently and have a certificate from either Trinity or RSA CELTA. These courses are around 4 weeks long and can even be … Continue reading

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