I regularly share a few posts from around the Web related to ESL or EFL that have caught my attention:

TEFL Geek writes about an interesting idea in Using Haiku for Summary Tasks. In some ways, it’s similar to using “found poems” for the same reason.

TEFL Geek also shared that The Economist is looking for suggestions on what it can do to make its material more accessible for use in ESL/EFL classes. There are lots of good comments there — it would be nice if more mainstream news sources took a look at them, too.

Scott Thornbury talks about the importance of developing teacher/student rapport.

Ken Wilson writes about EFL/ESL teachers who have gone on to be novelists, and Jeremy Harmer makes a connection to how we do our own “pitches” to students.

efl-resource.com shares what can be learned from Darth Vader and Yoda about classroom management.

In case you haven’t seen it already, check out this month’s issue of the EFL Classroom 2.0 Newsletter.