Category Archives: TESOL Blog

Listening and Speaking With Digital Assistants

Greg Kessler
Greg Kessler

There are numerous advances in artificial intelligence and automation that have created new opportunities for teaching and learning English. I will be sharing examples of these in the next few blog entries. These will provide a bit of background on … Continue reading

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Overly Cluttered Classrooms and EL Learning

Judie Haynes
Judie Haynes

Many teachers believe that the physical environment of the classroom can serve as an additional teacher. Look around your classroom. Is it filled with store-bought signs, anchor charts, and posters? Do you have mobiles hanging from the ceiling, tables covered … Continue reading

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Redesigning the Classroom Board Game

Jeff Kuhn
Jeff Kuhn

Hello everyone, and welcome to another edition of the TESOL games and learning blog! Over the last month I hope you have found the time to play some games and consider what you found enjoyable about them. Though engaging games … Continue reading

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Online Role-Playing Games for Writing

Betsy Gilliland
Betsy Gilliland

Today I want to share a fascinating project being developed by Lin Zhou, a graduate student at University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa, which I think will be interesting for writing teachers and other TESOL professionals. Lin is a PhD candidate in … Continue reading

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On Teaching Speaking: Academic Presentations for ELs

Julie Vorholt
Julie Vorholt

This TESOL Blog series focuses on teaching speaking to English learners. In this TESOL Blog series, Julie Vorholt, editor of New Ways in Teaching Speaking, Second Edition, interviews contributors to the volume and gets some tips from them on teaching … Continue reading

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