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  • Up Your Game at TESOL 2017 in Seattle

    Up Your Game at TESOL 2017 in Seattle

    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. And that is just the foyer. […]

     
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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

    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 message to students that this lesson […]

     
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  • 10 Things to Consider When Making an ESL Lesson Plan

    10 Things to Consider When Making an ESL Lesson Plan

    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 a minimum of awkward moments and […]

     
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  • TESOL 2017 Intl. Convention Coming to Seattle!

    TESOL 2017 Intl. Convention Coming to Seattle!

    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 its annual conference here in Seattle on […]

     
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  • 10 Tips for Teaching Pronunciation

    10 Tips for Teaching Pronunciation

    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, I’ll offer here a listicle of […]

     
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  • BYOD Response Systems for Classroom Competitions

    BYOD Response Systems for Classroom Competitions

    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 during time previously filled by teacher […]

     
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  • Cross-cultural Joys of the Season

    Cross-cultural Joys of the Season

    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 course, but also a Task-based curriculum, […]

     
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  • Jumpstart your ELT career with Jumpstart!

    Jumpstart your ELT career with Jumpstart!

    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 following Monday). By completing Jumpstart, you […]

     
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