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May 19, 2006

Recommended Resources - Do You Feel Out-Of-Touch?

Hello everyone!

As ESL teachers, it’s critical that we keep up-to-date on the current trends in teaching. But some of us are far away from universities or other places where ESL teaching is a common topic of conversation.

But that doesn’t mean that we have to miss out on any professional developments or ideas. If you have an Internet connection, you can read some great publications that are dedicated to advancing the art of teaching English as a second language.

Here’s a list of some of great ones . . .

The Internet TESL Journal:

http://iteslj.org/

Its teachers online magazine:

http://www.its-teachers.com/

Language Learning and Technology:

http://llt.msu.edu/

Teaching English As A Second Or Foreign Language:

http://cwp60.berkeley.edu:16080/TESL-EJ/

Know of any more? We'd love to hear about them! Please leave your recommendations in the comment box below.

Until next time,

ESL Lesson Plan

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Posted by ESL Lesson Plan at May 19, 2006 01:44 PM

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