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Best of The TEFL Blogs

For every path we walk down, someone else has trodden the same route. As teachers we rely on the wisdom of others to guide us and help us develop. In this vein there is an abundance of great blogs out there on teaching English. They range from the academic to the practical, they include lesson plans, tips, insights, cautionary tales, and pearls of wisdom.



Here is our list of some of the best ELT blogs out there!

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Chia is well-known on the conference circuit and she blogs about many different aspects of TEFL. Her blog posts are layered with theory and practical advice, as well a wonderfully personal touch!
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Scott is one of the most dominant authorities in contemporary English-language teaching and his blog charts the world of ELT through the vehicle of the alphabet. A is for accent among other things, and Z for ZPD.. Scott speaks with the the confidence he has earned from his position in the TEFL world. Great go-to resource for new teachers.
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The Brefoot TEFL teacher comes at TEFL blogging as an experienced teacher and teacher trainer. His passion for everything TEFL is clear and spills out his writing. On this website you will also find links to other great websites which are rally handy for the everyday English teacher. 
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An Englishman and a Greek

This blog has been going for a little while and always provides quality advice and humour in equal measures. They write about their own adventures, travels and experiences from teaching, and also often feature guest bloggers which helps provide a variety of perspectives. 


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Love TEFL i-to-i

This blog is perfect for teachers who are considering getting into English-language teaching or are just starting out. It really has a full range of blog posts about teaching in all the major locations around the world. If you want to know what it's like to teach in Brazil compared to Morocco, then this is the blog for you!
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