This is a guide meant to offer some help and insight to those considering teaching in Thailand. This guide is geared towards non-native speakers but some of the information can be of use to native speakers too.
Getting to Know you Icebreakers for the ESL classroom that are interactive and fun for everyone. Great ESL icebreakers for your first week of classes.
A summary and close look of the book The Power of Babel, by John McWhorter. The book is a historical perspective of language and a good introduction to the history of Linguistics.
Teaching EFL in Thailand is a lot different from my previous experiences of teaching EFL and ESL in Taiwan and the United States. Read about the good, the bad, and the ugly of teaching in Thailand.
This is the final article on linguistics and the changes that have come about between descriptive and prescriptive ways of looking at grammar.
Leave all the work to the student with this conjunctions worksheet. Learners test each other with these 20 questions. Suitable for intermediate and upper-intermediate.
All about teaching in South Korea. This is part of a series that covers the package, applying and arriving in South Korea. It is an excellent opportunity, so why not take a look!
So what does being Irish mean? Here is a humorous look at a fictional course taking enrolment for students looking to learn what being Irish means in time for St Patricks Day. You have been warned!
Includes free downloadable language development pictorial aids complete with questions based on Marion Blank's "levels of questioning". Suitable for literacy development, language delay and Autism.
You may have heard it said that all babies have the same linguistic abilities at birth. This is true. They have no linguistic abilities at birth. No child is born knowing language, and early infancy and childhood are when language is acquired. What...