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2017/09/05
Knowing Your Allophones
2017/01/18
Learning Landscapes
2016/11/28
The Value of Phonics Instruction
2016/09/09
International Baccalaureate - Japan's Pursuit of International Education
2016/06/12
Why are buffets called "Viking" and staplers called "Hotchkiss"?
2016/05/16
The English of Science
2016/04/11
What are the roots of English intonation?
2016/03/06
Tops Down, Bottoms Up!
2016/02/15
Is "texting" even English? Should you teach it?
2016/01/21
Did you know English isn't native to England?
2015/11/20
Recruit your students to be English Police
2015/10/19
Do students learn better while standing up?
2015/09/30
You'll want to know about CLIL and how to use it...
2015/08/31
Which is the best exam for Business English?
2015/07/01
You'll love these quotes for teaching English!
2015/06/11
These language infographics will surprise you!
2015/03/29
Exercises for English Fluency
2015/03/16
Teaching Debate in the ESL Classroom
2015/02/17
Great Poems for ESL Students
2014/12/09
Inquiry-based ESL & Involving Student Choices
2014/11/18
Core Principles of Classroom Assessment
2014/10/20
Emoji and English
2014/09/08
Stories: TESL with Poetry
2014/07/30
Tech: Transcranial Direct-Current Stimulation for ESL
2014/07/25
Japanese Resume Tip: 自己PR
2014/07/17
Stories: Choose Your Own Adventure
2014/06/18
Teaching Philosophies: the Audio-Lingual Philosophy
2014/06/03
What is IELTS and why should you care?
2014/05/15
Teaching Philosophies: Teaching Empathy
2014/04/20
Teaching Philosophies: Communicative Language Teaching
2014/04/02
Great Worksheet Creation Resources
2014/03/10
Stories: the Video Game Test
2014/02/19
Tax Season 2014
2014/02/05
Learning Japanese
2014/01/23
Social Networks in Schools
2014/01/07
Teaching Philosophies: Content Based Instruction
2013/12/18
Making sense of ESL acronymns?
2013/12/10
Stories: Int'l Skype Rehearsal
2013/11/27
Philosophies: the Direct Method
2013/11/14
Techniques: Flipped Learning
2013/11/13
Philosophies - Speak Your Mind Method
2013/11/05
Philosophies - the Callan Method
2013/10/25
Vocabulary Notebooks
2013/10/01
Developing Speech Muscle Memory
2013/09/25
How Boys and Girls Learn Differently
2013/09/18
Global Ideas for the Classroom
2013/09/10
2020 Tokyo Olympic Pressures and Potentials
2013/09/04
Raising Global Consciousness in the Class
2013/08/27
The Need for Global Citizens in Japan
2013/08/22
Going Native
2013/08/08
The Perfect Interview
2013/08/01
Writing a Great Cover Letter
2013/07/25
Summer Resume Revival
2013/07/17
The Only Constant is Change
2013/07/10
Monsters Attack!
2013/07/05
Research on Language Acquisition
2013/06/19
Increase Student Participation
2013/06/11
Motivate Student's to Speak
2013/06/05
Increase Student Talking Time
2013/05/29
Cut out the Chit-Chat
2013/05/23
Abenomics and You
2013/05/15
Japanese Learning Resources
2013/05/09
Increasing English Teachers in Japan
2013/05/01
Scarves, Masks, Jackets, and Umbrellas
2013/04/24
Expressions of Spring
2013/04/15
News on sending money home
2013/04/09
East Japan Disaster Revival Tax
2013/04/03
Get up and active for Spring!
2013/03/28
My Final Advice for the Start of the School Year
2013/03/21
New School Year Resolutions
2013/03/14
Visa Sponsorship
2013/03/07
Tokyo Apartments
2013/02/28
EFL Classroom Management Tips
2013/02/22
Watch and Learn
2013/02/14
Getting into a Private School
2013/02/08
Rule Breakers
2013/02/01
Excuse me - I mean Thank you
2013/01/11
Class Management
2013/01/03
An Unofficial Guide to the JLPT
2012/12/25
Happy Hot Pot Holidays
2012/12/19
Some Technology Advice
2012/12/12
Across the Curriculum
2012/12/05
After School
2012/11/28
Some Thoughts on Visas and Degrees
2012/11/02
Door and Windows
2012/10/26
Finally, More E-books in Japan
2012/10/12
Calorie Counting
2012/10/03
Visa Deadline for April 2013
2012/09/17
Hang in There
2012/09/10
Contracts
2012/09/05
Sleeping as a Hobby
2012/08/31
An Alternative to School Dances
2012/08/20
(Not) Showing Off Your Tattoo in Japan
2012/08/14
Obon Festivities
2012/08/06
Age Groups
2012/07/30
Reminder: We've Got a Long Way to Go
2012/07/18
Sayonara to Foreign Language Education
2012/07/11
Romance Abroad
2012/07/06
The Impenetrable Language of Schools Part 2

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