Elizabeth Claire's E-News

November 2012 Elizabeth Claire's E-News

Oct 19, 2012 - 0 comments

November's front page article dealt with violence against the United States that broke out in many Muslim countries. An American ambassador and several staff members in Libya were killed.There were also protests against the U.S. in dozens of countries where there is a large Muslim population. The assassination in Benghazi seems likely a planned terrorist act. The trigger of the protests elsewhere was a video produced in the United States, with U.S. actors depicting the beginnings of Islam in a very silly and negative light. ("The Innocence of Muslims")

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October 2012 Elizabeth Claire's E-News

Sep 18, 2012 - 0 comments

Today's news is filled with the riots and violence against the United States in dozens of countries where there is a large Muslim population. An American ambassador and several staff members were killed.

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September 2012 Elizabeth Claire's E-News

Aug 22, 2012 - 0 comments

Many teachers new to ESL look for answers to that nerve wracking question: What to do on the first day of class? How to have an amusing, relationship-building, and productive first day that builds class spirit and establishes your "credentials" as someone they can trust to facilitate their learning?

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August 2012 Elizabeth Claire's E-News

Aug 07, 2012 - 0 comments

We tallied the feedback letters we received from our subscribers to Easy English NEWS, and have implemented some changes you requested. Teachers and readers wanted more articles on current news each month. There was no agreement on which articles to cut to make room, however. I cut the Idiom Quiz. If there is a demand for it, I can post it on the website in the future.

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June 2012 Elizabeth Claire's E-News

May 17, 2012 - 0 comments

ESL students need to keep up their rate of progress over the summer, so if there aren't classes with the wonderful YOU and no Easy English NEWS, what are they to do? In most other countries, there are no such long breaks...the teachers get a month off, but the students are piled high with work and assignments.

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