Top 10 Language Blogs
From Lexiophiles here is a list of the Top 10 language and education blogs currently on the web.
1. The English Blog:
Blog covering both old and new Internet resources for learners and teachers of English. Not only reviews and presentations, but also advice on how to get the most out of it.
2. English Experts:
Blog on studying English as a second language online for Portuguese speakers.
3. Listen to English:
Podcast and blog for learners of English. Topics include current events, items of interest and cultural quirks.
4. E|FL 2.0:
Blog with information about learning English as a foreign language in today’s online 2.0 environment. Includes tools, reviews and articles.
5. Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…:
Reviews and comments on various websites to help teach and learn ELL, ESL, & EFL.
6. Polish Blog:
Blog on the Polish language and learning it. The blog includes tips & tricks, answering readers questions and looking at different learning tools.
7. Mission to Learn:
A blog on how to be more successful in finding and benefiting from learning experiences - online and off.
Education and Technology. Looking at different tools to use and how to use them, by Steve Dembo.
9. Cuaderno Intercultural:
Blog which collects and organizes information, resources, advice, news, and everything that can be useful to intercultural teaching and foreign students.
10. Language Geek:
Tips and tricks on learning languages and language education. Views and reviews on helpful websites as well as articles on study techniques.
Feel free to check out some of these different blogs for yourself. I found most of them to be quite interesting and informative. Have fun!
Prof. Larry M. Lynch is an EFL Teacher Trainer, Intellectual Development Specialist, author and speaker. He has written ESP, foreign language learning, English language teaching texts and hundreds of articles used in more than 125 countries worldwide. Get your FREE, pdf format report on CD or via e-mail, "Can You REALLY Learn a Foreign Language While You Sleep?" by requesting the title at: firstname.lastname@example.org