ESL Educators Blog Carnival: The English Only Movement

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Nov 22, 2011 / 0 comments

Welcome to the monthly ESL Educators Blog Carnival. This month, we'll focus on the English Only Movement. We've got some extraordinary ESL Educators writing and sharing their tips! Please click through to read each article.



Hot Topic: The Cultural Politics of Americanization

Sharon Hinojosa has been teaching English since early 2003.  She started posting on Dave’s ESL Cafe shortly after and found herself regularly helping out other people and giving advice to newbies.  Over time, things progressed and she thought it would be a good idea to compile answers to FAQ that newbies often have about TEFLing and that’s how her wonderful TEFL Tips got started.



US Should Promote ESL Education Instead of “English Only” Laws

Andrea Moran
is the Marketing Director for Teach Abroad at Go Overseas. After studying in France, The Netherlands, and Denmark, she’s calling San Francisco home... for now. Follow her on Twitter at @Go_TeachAbroad.



The Cultural Politics of Americanization Here and Abroad

Maria Alvarez
is the ESL Editor for Wandering Educators.  She teaches ESL/Bilingual Endorsement Courses at Quincy University, and is a tutor and academic advisor IB/AP English and Spanish, College Prep.




The ESL Educators Blog Carnival is a monthly carnival about different ESL and language learning topics.