The blog of ELT author Scott Thornbury
A little bit of English practice every day!
FORGET TOEIC andTOEFL! Learn how to speak natural English from Celebrities!
I have enjoyed being in the education field for over 20 years; and a language learner for longer. The adventure has allowed me to meet and work with amazing people in North America and overseas.
This site is to be a English language learning resource site for students. The blog is designed to help keep up-to-date with current e-language learning and classroom technology in/out of the classroom.
Jason Renshaw's weblog
A blog for English learners. Includes videos, podcasts, and readings in easy English. Subject matter is related to Life in Canada.
A place for people to meet and reflect in English
Resources for learners and teachers of English as a Second Language
A rural English as Second Language Program
Students and teachers can read about everyday events, anecdotes and things of the world that surrounds us. In addition, there are some Language Tips and a Vocabulary section.
A blog on English grammar lessons
If you are interested in the grammar of English, need to learn something about it, or have a question to ask or comment to make, this blog will be the place.
Reflections on ELT from one of the industry's top teacher trainers and authors.
Menu: English (everything else off)
Free materials, ideas and reflections for teachers of English by an ELT author and teacher trainer
New info to help you learn English
English grammar, English listening, English karaoke
This blog is about live online language teaching!
A site for teachers and students of ESL/EFL
Blog posts written in easy English for English language learners.
"Teaching, Speaking, Reading, Pondering English" (for teachers)
The blog of Gavin Dudeney: ELT consultant and tech enthusiast
This blog is regularly updated with interesting news stories and videos.
Daily new English lessons and tips.
Truth & advice about teaching English in Madrid
A blog featuring topics not commonly found in a textbook, containing posts written in simple English so that they can be understood by intermediate level students.