Monthly Archives: May 2013

Teaching English Abroad: Exploring Teaching and Cultural Adventures

(Photos courtesy of Nelson Carson. From top left: Breakfast with Mama Amelia, Txan di Tanki, Cape Verde; Part local and part tourist, biking around Place Opera, Montpellier, France; 8th grade students get excited for a class photo in Ribeira Brava, Cape Verde) … Continue reading

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The Reading Endorsement at Ohio Dominican University

Oure Marvel The Third-Grade Reading Guarantee requires that all third graders be proficient in reading in order to pass on to fourth grade.  This affects any English language learners who have had two or more years of English instruction.  Having … Continue reading

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Michigan State University & National Geographic Learning: Inspiration for TESOL Instructors

(Clockwise from top left: Dr. Neil J. Anderson, Tim Samaras, Trevor Frost, Jim Desler, Collin Blair, and Matthew Rynbrandt. Photos courtesy of H. A. Rehm.) H. A. Rehm On Saturday, April 13th, educators attended a workshop on integrating content-based instruction … Continue reading

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