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Rees Clark 24-Apr-2021
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Robert Kosuth 03-May-2016
I'm retired from ESL teaching and administrative work at the college level both in the US and overseas and would like to stay connected by sharing some writing and ideas about what I have learned.
marlon castro 05-Feb-2015
At the very start of my never-ending career as an ESL teacher in El Salvador, the terms such as methods and approaches were not that helpful while I was trying to teach the present perfect tense to a group of a 24 civil engineering students. However,...
PREM GURU 05-Feb-2015
Interested in looking for articles related to writing and publishing
laode muhaimin 04-Jun-2014
i am looking for journal of CIRC teaching technique
ulfa soviana 07-Oct-2013
i need some journal as my references to finish my last project, help me...
MUSTAFA MIMOUNI 20-Aug-2013
I am a teacher of English from Morocco, ready to exchange ideas and teaching experiences.
ahmad rizmi 02-Mar-2012
I'm trying to look for good journal
Vivuvasam Prakash 27-Dec-2011
I've just posted a brief article in my journal, and it has been accepted for ESL Journal as well.
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The communicative activity being introduced here has been designed for Japanese L2 intermediate level learners in mind. The emphasis is on the most frequently encountered grammatical problems that students face. The activity centers on a
ESL Journal is moving with the trends of the times (unless they change again tomorrow morning, sigh). New professional articles will now appear in summary form in the Web Log, and the full contents will be available as downloadable PDFs