Category Archives: TESOL Blog

On Teaching Speaking: New Ways in Teaching Speaking, 2nd Edition

Julie Vorholt
Julie Vorholt

This TESOL Blog series focuses on teaching speaking to English learners. As the editor of the newly released New Ways in Teaching Speaking, Second Edition, I’m thrilled to tell you about it! For those unfamiliar with the New Ways series, … Continue reading

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The Unapologetic Advocate: Why We Advocate

David Cutler
David Cutler

This blog has been a long time coming. Truth be told, I put this off for a long time; not because I had no idea what I wanted to say, but because I didn’t know how to say it. I … Continue reading

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Language Acquisition vs. Language Learning in Elementary School

Judie Haynes
Judie Haynes

One of the questions I am most frequently asked is how I teach grammar rules to young English learners (ELs). Well, the truth is that I never taught out-of-context grammar to young students. I learned early in my career that … Continue reading

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Video for ELT, Episode 1: TED Talks

Greg Kessler
Greg Kessler

There are many engaging ways to use video and video creation projects in teaching English. There are also, of course, numerous videos online that can be useful in various English teaching contexts. Video streaming sites such as Vimeo and YouTube … Continue reading

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ESP Project Leader Profile: Louise Greener

Kevin Knight
Kevin Knight

Hello, ESPers worldwide! In the 49th ESP Project Leader Profile, we travel again to the United Kingdom, this time to meet Louise Greener, and we gain insights into spreading “organizational culture” and “best institutional and pedagogical practices.” Louise was introduced … Continue reading

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