1. First of all, there is an EFL blog carnival every two months. Larry Ferlazzo invites submissions and hosts. Anything related to the teaching of English as a second language, including student work, is welcome. Your writing is first published in a blog of your choice, and then the link is entered in the carnival.
What to do if you don't have a blog?
- Open one using Posterous.com.The easiest solution around! Perfect if you want to post only occasionally!
- Write in our group blog Ask Auntie Web, a blog with a techie focus.
- Contribute a guest post to the most excellent http://www.teachingvillage.org/ run by Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto, which currently contains a lovely article by Emma Herrod on using LEGO rods (the way you may have seen Cuisinaire rods used). Directions on how to become a guest blogger are here.
August 1st will be at David Deubelbeiss’ EFL Classroom 2.0
October 1st will be at Ms. Flecha’s My Life Untranslated: Adventures of a New ESL Teacher in New York City.
You can contribute a post to any of these by using an easy submission form.
If the form does not work, you can send the link to Larry Ferlazzo using his Contact Form.
You can see all the previous fourteen editions of the ESL/EFL/ELL Blog Carnival here: