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SLA error correction

In best EFL progress test style, change at least one word in the often seen sentence below to make it less ridiculous: “Our teaching methodology is in line with current SLA theory” Took me a while too, in fact I … Continue reading

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TEFL links of the month April 09

Bondage as a common TEFL advertising theme from Gaba in Japan and EF in China, from More on Weirdo Language School Ads– The Atlantic “Spaced learning” (nothing to do with drugs, despite the name) and other new teaching methods that … Continue reading

Posted in CLIL, EF, Eikaiwa, ELT publishing, Gaba, Grammar books, Guardian TEFL, links, Pearson Longman, Teaching English Abroad, Teaching English in Asia, Teaching English in China, Teaching English in Japan, Teaching English in Thailand, TEFL, TEFL chains, Wall Street | Tagged , | 10 Comments