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“We Don’t Have Internet At Home” Is No Longer An Acceptable Excuse

I regularly read blogs of ELT professionals (every day) in order to stay up to date (“be the first to know”) on what is happening in my field. Scott Thornbury in his excellent blog, An A-Z of ELT, is always … Continue reading

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A Revolution in Teaching: Robot English Teachers in Korea!

A teaching revolution, fresh out of some science fiction novel, has become a reality in Korea. Robot Teachers of English! After all, if robots can build cars, then why shouldn’t they invade our classrooms and teach classes, better than any … Continue reading

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