TEFL News Hot Off The Press: August 27
- From a rather unlikely source, the New Yorker, fiction with the ESL classroom as a backdrop.
- “It seems so logical, and I don’t know why we haven’t done it all along”: pupils in Georgia put language skills to use. (you have to register to read it)
- English language requirement enforced for nursing student applicants in Dubai.
- An article explaining why learning a language does not automatically entail teaching extremism.
- English will not shatter into smithereens if you drop it, according to one writer highlighting an anthology of “rotten English.”
- Understanding English language said to be the biggest barrier facing immigrants to Ireland.
- One Massachusetts town holds an ESL lottery to determine who can attend classes.