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The Twenty-First Edition of the ESL/EFL/ELD Blog Carnival


Welcome to the 21st edition of the ESL/EFL/ELD Blog Carnival! This one is full of celebratory goodness, and I promise there will be none of the nasty hangovers that plague some other celebration for getting up to 21. Let’s start of with a nice base of lessons and resources for you to deploy in your […]

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Join the Carnival!


A couple times a year, Larry Ferlazzo asks me to host his ESL/EFL/ELL Blog Carnival, and I guess that I’m just a girl who can’t say no because I usually end up doing it. What is a blog carnival? A chance to share a blog post or other online piece by you  (or the work […]

Doh! I can’t believe I missed that!


When I did my review of the 19th ELL/EFL/ELD Blog Carnival, I left out a wonderful piece by Shelly Terrell about growing up in the U.S. in an immigrant family. She does a brilliant job of contextualizing the personal in the larger policy and legal issues of the different times she writes about. This is […]

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Fourteenth Edition of the ESL/EFL/ELL Carnival


Welcome to the Fourteenth Edition of the bi-monthly ESL/EFL/ELL Carnival! Sorry it’s a few days late folks! Blame it on tryptophan narcolepsy from the turkey! First up, Dave C opines that Dan Brown is rather like Pringles posted at The Cambridge Professor’s Blog. You may ask what this pithy little opinion piece has to do […]

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ESL/EFL/ELL Carnival is Here! (so come on down)


And the theme of this carnival will be vocabulary development using my favorite part of speech…VERBS! — cause that’s what’s happening. This is my first time doing a blog carnival. I’ve been trying to up my game by using this handy dandy list of verbs on our state tests. Now, I’m not a big “test […]

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