I’ve started a somewhat regular feature where I share a few posts and resources from around the Web related to ESL/EFL or to language in general that have caught my attention:

New York City Libraries Struggle to Meet Demand for English-Language Classes is from The New York Times.

Humanising Language Teaching is my favorite ESL/ELT journal, and the latest free online issue reinforces just why I think so highly of it!

To Get Fluent in a New Language, Think in Pictures is from The Wall Street Journal. It might be behind the Journal’s paywall. However, if you do an internet search for the headline and click on it from the search results, you’ll gain access to it. It’s a quirk in how The Journal handles its paywall.

If you don’t already received Russell Stannard’s “Teacher Training Videos” monthly email newsletter, then you should. His resources are invaluable to ESL/EFL teachers.

Tongue Twisters in Thailand: An ESL Adventure is from TESOL Connections.

Perfect Match: Brazilian Kids Learn English by Video Chatting With Lonely Elderly Americans is from Ad Week.

The British Council has a neat Verb Machine.

The ‘Flipped’ Class in Language Teaching: What Works? What Doesn’t?
is from Calico Spanish and can be useful to English teachers, too.