This is one in a series of posts in which I look back on 10 years of blogging and reflect on posts from the past. I was slightly nervous about this one, if I’m being honest. I hadn’t read this … Continue reading Reflections on… Pronunciation
This is one in a series of posts in which I look back on 10 years of blogging and reflect on posts from the past. Back on October 16th, one day after I was celebrating my blog’s tenth anniversary, Philip … Continue reading Reflections On… Fake News
10 years ago today I published my first post on this blog. A lot has happened in those years (I wrote about most of them here) and while I haven’t posted as much as I would have liked, I’m pretty … Continue reading Time to reflect, 10 years on…
I saw this list the other day, and I thought it was perfect for adapting for ELT bloggers. So I present, ripe and ready for your Pinterest board… 150 ELT blog post ideas for when you’ve hit writers block Product review – something you use in the classroom which isn’t a book Describe your perfect classroom Describe your perfect student Describe your perfect boss Invite someone to do a guest post (but only if they have a track record or you trust them) Tell us who you are. Who you really are. Top 5 resources A day in your life Or a … Continue reading 150 ELT blog post ideas for when you’ve hit writers block
As I have decided to throw myself into the ELT blogosphere, I think it’s only right that I begin by telling you a little about who I am and why I started this blog. My name is James Taylor (@theteacherjames on Twitter), and I’ve been an EFL teacher to adults since 2006, when I went to live in Brasília, Brazil. I taught mainly one to one classes there for two years before moving to Seoul, South Korea, where, after completing the CELTA course, I taught local English school teachers.