I feel a bit strange if I count the number of years I have been working as an English teacher. Seventeen years, that is, a bit less than half my life. During this time I have been able to experience changes in my country, in my profession, but and this is the most important for [...]
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Earlier this month, I awoke to a lovely message telling me that Teaching Village was the TEFL Site of the Month. While always thrilled to get an award of any kind, I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I wasn’t sure what this award was for (I’m still sort of new to this blogging business). [...]
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I jumped at the opportunity to contribute to what I believe to be one of the best blogs in the EFL blogosphere. I allocated an hour to writing this post, and even after 12 hours of fruitless toil, I am none the wiser. http://wordle.net What should every EFL teacher know? I have been trying to [...]
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