Reflective journal

Yeah so as the title suggests; this blog is about my takeaways from my Spanish language class. Signing up for a language class has so many benefits. After a few years of being an ESL instructor and TEFL teacher trainer, I have come to realize one thing. No matter how much you simplify the languageContinue reading “Reflective journal”

Double standards and education

When you go through this post you’d know what I am talking about. It is a common reality. Now I am not calling out anyone but this is literally a strong element in the ESL/EFL job world that has kept the better teachers from getting hired just because they don’t speak like the Hollywood actors!Continue reading “Double standards and education”

Graduation and situation

I started with my in-class TEFL teacher training program with a lot of excitement. Finally I could train in the classroom after one year! The RONA situation was pretty much under control. Till only the 1st week of the program. India is in a terrible state right now. It was with a risky decision thatContinue reading “Graduation and situation”

From the personal ESL file

It has been quite sometime that I have been walking on the ESL avenue. English, is not a language, its business, its lucrative connections over the world makes it as popular as money. If you Google, you will find random surveys where they say there are more speakers of English as a second language orContinue reading “From the personal ESL file”

Inner voice of a not-so-old ESL teacher trainer!

“Here’s to another day of training a mixed group. Let me give them the benefit of doubt until they can no longer benefit from it.” “Shut up, ABBA songs have more common nouns to play with than any of your favourite Cardi B song; abort mission. It’s Happy New Year everyday!” “I should speak fluentContinue reading “Inner voice of a not-so-old ESL teacher trainer!”