ESL Educators Blog Carnival: March, 2012

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Mar 21, 2012 /
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This month's ESL Educators Blog Carnival was open to topic.  Read on for great articles about ESL!

 

 

Find out what it's like to teach in Latin America. From Argentina to Venezuela, this article has lots of useful info for TEFL teachers. You'll find out about visa issues, salary, which schools are good to work for and more at
http://tefl-tips.com/teaching-latin-america

Sharon de Hinojosa has been TEFLing since early 2003.  She started posting on Dave’s ESL Cafe shortly after and found herself regularly giving advice to newbies.  After a while she thought it would be a good idea to compile answers to FAQ that newbies often have about TEFLing and that’s how TEFL Tips got started.

 

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Best Approach to Language Study in the United States: Teaching English to Immigrant Youth and Other Languages to Native English Speakers

Educators in the United States must be proactive, and develop pedagogical solutions that address the social realities of multilingualism and multiculturalism in 21st century America. Read more here: http://www.wanderingeducators.com/language/learning/best-approach-language-study-united-states.html

 

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.