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December 07, 2005

Comments on "ESL Instruct" - November

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"If you have no critics you'll likely have no success." ~ Malcolm X

Hi readers,

Thanks, once again, for taking the time out of your already busy schedule to provide feedback on the November edition of ESL Instruct. It most definitely has had a positive effect on decisions made for each future issue.

If, by happenstance, you missed receiving it, you can always find it archived on the internet here. If you're not already subscribed, look for the e-mail sign-on area near the top of the page. Then, you can be sure you'll never miss a single issue.

Please leave any advice or suggestion you'd like to share for makng the our newsletter a more useful and entertaining tool as a comment to this post. Remember, we are listening and your concerns are important to us!

Again, thanks for visiting my ESL Lesson Plan blog and, on behalf of everyone on this end who makes ESL Instruct possible,

Like the "falconer," I remain,

Lee Hobbs
ESL Instruct, Editor-in-Chief
ESLemployment.com

Posted by lhobbs at December 7, 2005 12:04 AM

Readers' Comments:

I am a translator/teacher for the following languages: English, Spanish, Polish, Dutch, graduated at the Leiden University (The Netherlands)and sworn in at the Crown Court in the Hague as translator. I wish to work in the country where I was born (Poland. I have 23 years' experience including University lecturing.

Posted by: Dr. Malgorzata Johnson at December 9, 2005 07:23 PM

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Note from Lee:

Dr. Johnson,

Thank you for your comment, but I think you may have commented here by mistake after trying to fill in the submission form for the 2006 IUP GSA/EGO 4th Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference that you found advertised in the October edition of ESL Instruct.

I'll pass on your information to the conference committee this time, but you might want to try applying again, this time going directly to the site as advertised in the newsletter: http://www.english.iup.edu/ego/home.html

Don't forget to actually submit the "abstract" of your paper or the proposal won't be considered.

Best wishes and good luck to you!

Posted by: Lee at December 9, 2005 07:32 PM

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