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  • Up Your Game at TESOL 2017 in Seattle

    Up Your Game at TESOL 2017 in Seattle

    December 30, 2016 | Denny Sargent Going to an ESL (TESOL) conference is like going to a Lollapalooza for English Language Teachers. It is loud, garish, frenetic, fun, overwhelming and mind expanding. […]

     
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  • Keith Folse returns to S-TESL in 2017!

    Keith Folse returns to S-TESL in 2017!

    We are pleased to announce that Keith Folse will be presenting at The School of Teaching ESL for a second year in a row. Last year he delivered an inspiring presentation on […]

     
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  • 5 Reasons to Start your Lesson with a Student-Centered Activity

    5 Reasons to Start your Lesson with a Student-Centered Activity

    July 21, 2016 | George Rowe 1. Let your students know the lesson is about them Starting your lesson with a student-centered activity, especially one where the content is personalized, sends the […]

     
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  • FREE TESOL Information Sessions in Seattle

    FREE TESOL Information Sessions in Seattle

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  • 10 Things to Consider When Making an ESL Lesson Plan

    10 Things to Consider When Making an ESL Lesson Plan

    June 2, 2016 | Denny Sargent As your lesson plan goes, so goes the class. Organizing your thoughts and plans with clarity will assure a much better, enjoyable and efficient class with […]

     
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  • TESOL 2017 Intl. Convention Coming to Seattle!

    TESOL 2017 Intl. Convention Coming to Seattle!

    May 9, 2016 | Julia Deák Sandler Clear your calendars for the week of March 21-24th, 2017. The TESOL international organization, or “Big TESOL,” as it is affectionately called, will be holding […]

     
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  • 10 Tips for Teaching Pronunciation

    10 Tips for Teaching Pronunciation

    March 25, 2016 | Denny Sargent Teaching pronunciation is a complex subject, and it is worth a whole class or two of instruction. However, as befits the frenetic times we live in, […]

     
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  • BYOD Response Systems for Classroom Competitions

    BYOD Response Systems for Classroom Competitions

    March 18, 2016 | Julia Sandler BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is the latest trend in student response systems that let teachers and professors “flip the classroom” and encourage more student involvement […]

     
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  • Cross-cultural Joys of the Season

    Cross-cultural Joys of the Season

    December 9, 2015 | Denny Sargent Nothing spruces up an ESL class like some interesting and timely holiday cross-cultural communication activities. They can be used to help implement a content curriculum, of […]

     
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  • Jumpstart your ELT career with Jumpstart!

    Jumpstart your ELT career with Jumpstart!

    NEXT CLASS: OCTOBER 24 – 31 The Jumpstart option allows you to accelerate your TESOL education by completing ELT 5530 (Foundations of English Language Teaching) in one week (9:00am-3pm, Monday-Friday + the […]

     
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