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Taking advantage of the ELT community

The one thing I really love about being involved in TEFL is the community vibe: There are so many teachers out there who are willing and happy to share resources, ideas and advice with each other. And that’s rad.

So today I stumbled upon tekhnologic’s blog and I had to share the awesomeness.  Tekhnologic seems to spend his/her time fiddling with Microsoft Office and PowerPoint to make templates for all the activities in class that we usually end up re-making every time we want to do them.  Genius. And s/he is generous enough to share them with us.

Take some time and check out the blog and you are sure to find something useful: Word Links and Jumbled Sentences are just two that I will consistently use.

For other great sites, have a look at my resources page.



2 comments on “Taking advantage of the ELT community

  1. tefltravelling
    December 9, 2015

    I’ll check it out. Thanks!

    • Kirsten C
      December 24, 2015

      Always happy to share good finds 🙂

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