What Students Say (TEFAL)

The following gems were picked up over the years by English teachers around the world. The interesting thing is that if you look at them, often they make profound sense in a strange way. Comments like When I grow up I’d like to be a kindergartener do somehow ring true. […]


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Vowels to Bosnia (TEFAL)

During the war in the Balkans (1992-1995), much was made of the spelling and pronunciation of place names in Serbia and so on. This satirical news item was popular at the time. Before an emergency joint session of Congress yesterday, President Clinton announced US plans to deploy over 75,000 vowels […]


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This Will Revolutionize Teaching

For years they’ve been telling us that new technology will revolutionize teaching. First it was film. Then radio. Then TV. Then video. Then computers. Then MOOCs… And they were wrong. Wrong every time. Wrong all the time. In this insightful video from Derek Muller he explains that the reason why […]


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TextSTAT‏‎ (CALL Software)

TextSTAT is a simple text analysis program. The first step is to make a corpus. This can be done by adding files from a PC in HTML, TXT and WORD format, etc. In addition, there is also the ability to add in web pages using a spider to collect them […]


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Television from Back Home for TEFL Teachers Abroad

Sometimes living in a foreign country can be lonely but one way to keep in touch with home and get a little light relief is to watch On Demand Television (or Catch Up Television) on your computer. It’s the perfect way to keep up with current affairs back home as […]


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