Thursday, 27 May 2010

Blog carnivals to motivate you to share your ideas

There are several options if you want to write a blogpost to join the online community, without committing to writing a whole blog.

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?
June 1st hosted by Mary Ann Zehr, Learning the Language

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:
Blog Carnival archive - esl, efl, ell carnival


Alex Case said...

Guest pieces of TEFLtastic also very welcome, especially if anything is too biting or controversial for the other blogs! Anyone who is interested can leave a comment on any blog post or email me via the Contact Me button on my blog

Anne Hodgson said...

Marvellous, Alex! Guest blogging at TEFLtastic is a very special honor. Very good company there :)