The ESL Miscellany, a compendium
of useful and interesting information for teachers and English Language Learners.
It can be used these ways:
For a fuller explanation of the purpose and scope of this resource, see the introduction and table of contents using the links above.
as a resource for developing your own lessons or a complete curriculum.
as a photocopyable source for handouts.
as a guideline for those who practice eclecticism.
as a reference book for advanced students of English anywhere in the world.
Recent editions of The ESL Miscellany have been updated by Raymond C. Clark and Arthur A. Burrows. Patrick Moran contributed to earlier editions. Ray Clark . was on the staff of the School for International Training for over 30 years as a teacher trainer for Peace Corps training programs for Iran, India, and Korea, as an ESL teacher, as the Director of SIT's intensive English program, as a faculty member and director of the Master of Arts in Teaching Program, and as teacher-Director of ESP programs in Islamabad, Pakistan, and Istanbul, Turkey. He continues to teach summers in the MATESL program at Marlboro College Graduate School in Brattleboro, and from time to time as adjunct faculty for Southern New Hampshire University's MATESL program in Hanoi, Vietnam. He is Pro Lingua's senior editor. Andy Burrows began teaching ESL in 1973. He has taught ESL in ABE, high school, and college courses and has done curriculum design and program administration at the School for International Training, Northfield Mount Hermon School, and the American Language Academy. He also worked with Ray Clark and Pat Moran in developing language texts for the Peace Corps. He is the publisher and president of Pro Lingua.
|Author:||Clark and Burrows|
|Place Of Publication:||United States|
|Published:||11 Oct 2016|