Because I’ve been away from TEFL for a month or so, I decided that I should do some CPD as a way to get back into the game. As luck … Continue reading
For the last four weeks I’ve been back in the classroom as a TEFL trainer for the school I am currently working for. My TEFL career has recently taken me … Continue reading
I’ve always been a big fan of the EFL community and I regularly read words of advice from other TEFL teachers and borrow ideas and resources for lessons, and what I … Continue reading
How on earth is anyone supposed to know that killing two birds with one stone doesn’t involve birds, stones or killing, or that to tell someone to break a leg is a positive thing rather than a wish for their pain, not to mention that a fat chance and a slim chance mean the same thing?
So, in my spare time (hahahahahah) I write blog posts for the British Council Teaching English website. Every two months we are given a set of topics and can basically … Continue reading
So for my second IATEFL at-home conference I watched a talk by Michal McCarthy – of Vocab/Collocations/Idioms in Use fame. Though his topic was quite dry (but on something I’ve … Continue reading
Now that I’ve got your attention…:-) Something useful for any of your students thinking about doing or preparing for the IELTS exam: The British Council and FutureLearn are doing an … Continue reading
So this is the first in hopefully many posts which respond to teacher’s problems. Feel free to send me issues you may be having in your classroom or otherwise and … Continue reading