EFL Classroom 2.0, clearly the number one support site for ESL/EFL teachers from around the world, is now a public site. In other words, you don’t have to log-on to access many of the great resources it has available. There are some resources, however, that will only be available to “Supporters,” who just have to pay fifteen dollars a year,and it’s well worth the cost. David Deubelbeiss has written a post explaining the change.
EFL Classroom 2.0 is on many of my “The Best…” lists; I’ve written about it in several articles, and it’s a “must-have” resource for any ESL/EFL teacher.