A little later than normal, that's what happens when you're studying for a DELTA and being an Assistant DOS for a month, but here's this week's top TEFL blog posts.
GAP YEAR Bungee Jump
Unfortunately I didn't do a bungee jump while I was on my travels, I did manage a parachute jump in Oz over the Whitsunday's though. If you're up for some adventure in your GAP year, or even when you're travelling between TEFL jobs, then check out this article on gap year escape about The World's Best Bungee Jumps. Photo by carla777.
Interested in reading a couple of TEFL books this summer? Well, Richard Byrne, owner of Free Technology for Teachers has recommended a couple of TEFL books, which might be worth reading.
Life in the classroom
Want some quick and easy definitions for the most commonly confused verbs in English? Then check out this article on ESL about.com called Which verb to choose?
Here's a useful ESL activities post with a couple of links from TEFL tips.
Free EFL Magazine
If you want to keep up to date with the latest news in the ELT world then have look at this link from EFL resource which gives you access to The EL gazette for free online.
For last week's Top TEFL blog posts check here.
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