Free resources for TEFL teachers
For those who have read my blog for some time, you will know that apart from writing and blogging, my main vocation is as a CELTA English Teacher, and also that a number of my posts over the years have been about teaching and the English language, and about its richness and at times, quirkiness.
When I looked back at how many posts I had written about English grammar, vocabulary and ESL (English as a Second Language), I thought it might be time to do something more productive with the information that is now hiding deep in my long list of posts, and with the ideas that are still so often bouncing around in my head about language and teaching.
Finally, after months of dithering, procrastination and putting it off until tomorrow, and then tomorrow again, I have at last managed to start a new blog that is dedicated entirely to TEFL teachers (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) and ESL learning.
It is hiding here until Google Search possibly stumbles upon it: Just ESL English
Now that I have divided my loyalties so to speak, as a reader of my blog you have two clear choices. Ignore this information completely and go back to see what’s happening on Facebook and Twitter, or if you do have an interest in language, language teaching or English as a second language, you can duck across to have a peek at my new blog.
Phew! Now I’ve finished this post, I’d better get my keyboard over to Just ESL English and write a new post there too.
Did I just unwittingly just double my workload?