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September has been a busy month on EFL
Classroom 2.0. I hope you are all settled in and despite the ups
and downs of every classroom, managing well. Find all sorts of
"NEW" in the entries below including the Blog Carnival, Doodle
Videos and new Video resources. Please see member,Barb
Sakamoto's Guest Blog request. She has a great blog and is
looking for some teachers to write a post - especially non native
English speaking teachers! Step up and read
Ozge's first sensational post! My best and a big thank you to
everyone who keeps our community thriving, free, ad free and
sharing. -- David
Toolbox is a new list of all the most handy "tools" to help
teachers in their classrooms. Lots of items that will immediately
enliven or help organize a classroom. I'll be updating shortly,
with more documents and forms that will help teachers. Teachers
with an Interactive White Board (IWB) will particularly find these
Want to get a TEFL or TESOL
certificate? See all the recommended online courses. Country
listings coming soon!
Whether you are
taking a formal training course or just trying your damndest to be
a better teacher - you can't go wrong by visiting our TEFL Training and
Prof. Development pages.
EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT!
The ELL / ESL / EFL Blog carnival is published. Find it on
ELL Blog - "The Greatest Show on Earth" and read many of the
best blog articles for ELT teachers. A wonderfully displayed
edition with lots of must reads!
By the time you read this, we will have reached 10,000
members! A BIG thank you to each and every EFL
I'm so proud of PROJECT PEACE and all the
teachers who've spread the voice of peace through music by making
videos with their students. Plenty of new ones to view! Why don't
you make one with your class? It's easy, just download a Peace Pack
and get taking pictures. Easy to follow instructions and it would
be an unforgettable experience for your students. Start spreading
the importance of peace!