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Links to interviews with people in English language teaching

3-Question Interview with Ken Wilson
http://jasonrenshaw.typepad.com/jason_renshaws_web_log/2010/05/three-question-interview-with-ken-wilson.html
Ken Wilson answers three important questions about ELT.

Elizabeth O'Brien interviews Lisa VanDamme
http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/lisa-vandamme.html
Lisa VanDamme is the founder and director of VanDamme Academy, a private school that graduates thoughtful, articulate, and independent students.

Elizabeth O'Brien talks to Diana Tower
http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/diana-tower.html
Diana Tower is the author of the website helping-you-learn-english.com. Her site is directed at people studying English as a second language. Through her site, she offers materials, techniques, and helpful advice for learning English.

English Grammar Revolution interview with Josef Essberger
http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/josef-essberger.html
Interview by Elizabeth O'Brien with Josef Essberger, creator of EnglishClub.com

English Grammar Revolution Interview with Lucy Ferriss
http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/lucy-ferriss.html
Lucy Ferriss is a writer and professor at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. She holds a Ph.D. from Tufts University and has published several novels and won numerous literary awards. In her course, Constructing Thought: A Short, Fun Course in Sentence Diagramming, she uses sentence diagramming to teach students grammar and sentence structure.

Interview with Grammar Girl
http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/grammar-girl.html
Mignon Fogarty, more widely known as Grammar Girl, hosts a five to ten minute weekly podcast focused on giving simple grammar tips that are easy to apply to our everyday lives.

Interview with Paul Brians
http://www.english-grammar-revolution.com/paul-brians.html
Paul Brians wrote the book on errors in English usage - literally. His book, "Common Errors in English Usage", serves as an easy-to-use reference for all of those times you can't remember if you should use lay or lie, than or then, or your or you're

Poolside Interview - Grammarman | EnglishClub
https://www.englishclub.com/esl-articles/grammarman.htm
Meet the creator of Grammarman, the world's first and only grammar superhero! Josef Essberger of EnglishClub talks to Brian Boyd

Video Interview with Josef Essberger
http://www.tefl.net/about/
Josef Essberger, founder of EnglishClub.com and TEFL.net, talks about TEFL.net and the documentary film Talking TEFL.


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