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UPDATE (March, 2014): The contact form is now fully functional; apologies to those who have tried unsuccessfully to reach me in the last few weeks!

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8 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hi,

    I hope you’re doing well. I am currently finishing my Master’s degree in early childhood education and part of my final project involves raising awareness around the topic of technology in the classroom and tracking my impact.

    I believe that we urgently need to blend our children’s aptitude in technology with stimulating entertainment.

    I discovered that there are programs that are doing just this, such as:
    http://www.verizonwireless.com/wcms/consumer/products/education-bundle.html

    I was wondering if you would be interested in sharing it on your page here:
    http://www.yearinthelifeofanenglishteacher.com/

    It is my goal to help bring the classroom into the future by helping parents and teachers become aware of the programs and resources readily available to them.

    Thank you for your time.

    Sincerely,
    Rachel Hodges

  2. Hi,

    I saw on your blog that you occasionally review websites for teaching.

    http://www.learnclick.com has been available for a while now. It is loved especially among language teachers because it is so simple to create cloze tests.

    Recently we improved the quiz builder and it is now much more powerful and flexible. Create online gap-filling exercises, drag&drop, multiple choice quizzes and more and have them all display on one page or one question at a time. You can also create classes and get detailed reports on how well your students performed. Try it out here: http://www.learnclick.com/quiz/create

    Philip

    PS: Your contact form isn’t working

  3. Hi there! I am a nursing student in WA state and I came across your website when I was doing a search for a Who Wants to Be a Millionaire powerpoint template. I found the You Tube clip and it looks PERFECT but clicked on the link to download it and it takes me to a page with “page not found.” Can you pretty please send me an email with the template as an attachment?

    Would be most grateful! Thanks!

  4. Good morning,

    I am an editor at LanguageTrainers.com, and came across your site while browsing language-learning websites. Your content and aim is the same as ours at LanguageTrainers.com, and I wanted to inquire if I could contribute a guest post to your site. I was thinking along the lines of innovative new ways to learn a foreign lanugae, how to perfect an accent, etc.

    I hope this is something your site would be interested in. Let me know, and once I hear from you, I’ll be able to get working on an article.

    Have a good one!

    Regards,

    Rachael Brandt
    rachaelb@languagetrainers.com
    Editor at Language Trainers

  5. Hi Adam,

    I heard that you would be interested in writing a guest post for the Garnet Education blog. As you know, we’re a fan of your blog and we would love to have you involved!

    We’re looking for posts that are relevant to the ELT or EAP industry, between 500-1000 words. The topic would be up to you though. Posts will be shared via our social media channels and newsletter. Deadline-wise, we’re flexible and happy to work around you. You could always recycle an idea from your blog if that makes things easier.

    Let me know if you’re still interested? Many thanks,
    Jessie

  6. Hello

    I have just launched a free website designed to teach English that you might be interested in.

    Small Town English uses the style of an animated television sitcom to model grammar points in a natural way. Each lesson lasts five to ten minutes, including the stories and the grammar lectures. There are also hundreds of exercises to reinforce the lessons. The reading exercises summarize the storyline from the previous episode, and the grammar exercises reference situations and characters from the stories.

    The site also offers the Social Learning Method, which integrates a public forum and a private message system into writing exercises and written communication skills.

    Each lesson ends with a writing assignment which links to the forum. Users type their writing assignments directly into the forum, then other users (students, teachers) can offer suggestions about the writing. Right now I’m the person giving the feedback, but I hope to develop a writing community over time.

    There is also a private message system where students are encouraged to write to each other and develop their written communication skills.

    The target audience is teens and adults — age 14 and up, beginner and intermediate level students.

    I have spent three years developing this project in my free time. It’s fun and it’s free, and I hope you can help spread the word.

    The lessons are built with Flash, so you’ll need to need to be on a desktop system to use the site properly.

    http://smalltownenglish.com

    Here is a link to the commercial:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKCsw0EtgPQ&feature=youtu.be

    And here is a link to the Facebook fan page:
    http://facebook.com/smalltownenglish1

    Thanks so much!
    Dave Spector

    ps–There is also a much deeper version of the site for Turkish students, with a lot of translation and vocabulary. If the site is successful, I plan to expand to other languages. I live in Turkey, so I started with Turkish. http://englishkasabasi.com

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