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NNEST Discrimination: A Counter-Reply to Patricia Rose

Thomas Baker – Chile Experienced EFL Teacher, Teacher Trainer, Writer, Editor, Conference Speaker, Consultant Thomas Baker • Hi Patricia, Your solution #2 is fantastic. All ELT teachers would be well advised to use a teaching video as a marketing tool. … Continue reading

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NNEST Discrimination: Karla Denied Employment in the UK

Karla Guedes Portuguese and English as a Second Language teacher, interpreter and translator. Southampton, United Kingdom Freelance Portuguese and English teacher, interpreter and translator at various places Karla Guedes • Firstly, I would like to thank Thomas for posting this … Continue reading

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We Are All Born Free & Equal: Unless You Are A Non-Native English Speaking Teacher (NNEST)

Article 1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. Where does this come from? Patience, dear reader. … Continue reading

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