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January 22, 2006

Places on the Web that Link to [the] English-Blog [.com]

It's hard to believe, but some of you have actually taken the time to add this blog to your own sites!

Mutual backscratching is great, why not give it a try? To see who's signed on (or to add your own link ) please click here . . .

INSTRUCTIONS: Having the topic of "English" is not a prerequisite for link exchange but all links must be reciprocal.

If you would like to add your link to this blog, first add this address (http://www.english-blog.com) somewhere on your website or blog. Then, come back to this entry and enter your information in the comment box HERE.

NOTE: Be sure to use the following format in the comment field (see the examples of others before you):

1. Name of your site,e.g. "English Cafe"

2. Blog or Website webaddress (you may use html to hotlink it if you want), e.g. "http://www.esl-lesson-plan.com"

3. A short description (about 250 words) about your website, e.g. "A site which dissects the anatomy of a ..."

4. The actual address of where you've linked to English-Blog somewhere in the comment, e.g. "Your link can be found here: http://www.esl-jobs-forum.com/viewtopic.php?t=417"

Note: These return links will be checked monthly. Inactive links and missing return links will result in the deletion of your entry. Thanks so much for your cooperation. Happy site promoting!

Posted by lhobbs at January 22, 2006 01:32 AM

Readers' Comments:



ESL-Lesson-Plan is a blog designed specifically for ESL instructors but open to all teachers. The site's self-description: Lost in translation . . . and found again. One ESL instructor s adventures, mishaps and a few successful classroom activities along the educational path.

There are Lesson Plans, Teaching Locales, Tips, Tricks & Budgeting Advice for Novice & Veteran ESL Instructors.

The linkback to your site can be found here right on the front page in the sidebars - http://www.esl-lesson-plan.com

Posted by: Michelle at January 22, 2006 02:01 AM

Barefoot ESL


Barefoot ESL is a blog that supports the website YourESLteacher.com.

Both the website and blog were designed for teachers who are working as ESL language tutors and trying to find private students. Teachers can sign up for free and students can search for teachers in their area on the site. The majority of resources out there seem to assume that ESL teachers are all working at conventional schools. This blog would like to know about people out there that are making a living tutoring independantly instead of working for somebody else in a school.

There is an official link on the Barefool ESL blog to the English-Blog under "links" on the first page - http://www.youreslteacher.com/youreslteacher-wp-blog

Posted by: Nigel at January 22, 2006 02:03 AM



ESL employment is a new initiative in the ESL/EFL field designed to provide full access to employment opportunities for the job seeker and simplify the recruiting and employee staffing process for employers. ESL employment provides a resource that is user-friendly, intuitive and focused. By solely targeting the ESL/EFL job market, ESL employment has created an optimal solution for today's rapidly growing English language employment needs.

Several links to English-Blog can be found throughout the sites in the sidebar links and RSS feeds. You can start with - http://www.eslemployment.com

Posted by: Jake at January 22, 2006 02:05 AM



ESL-Jobs-Forum is a place "Where New and Seasoned EFL and ESL Professionals Come Together To Network. Join us to "Share. Listen [and] Learn." Among the many "hot" topics of discussion are issues of discrimination in ESL/EFL, problems getting one's foot in the door in reputable institutions, keeping the job, job advancement, worthy teaching resources and more.

The many links back to English-Blog can be found in many of the entries and replies as well as on the sidebar of - http://www.esl-jobs-forum.com

Posted by: Rich at January 22, 2006 02:06 AM



ESL-School is absolutely chock-full of helpful advice and hints on running your ESL operation in a more efficient and productive manner. It says this about itself "What ESL Employers, Administrators, School Owners and Hiring Managers need to know . . . " Even the comments, from other ESL experts in the field, are fascinating.

You may find a link back to your blog in many of my posts and on my blog's home page near the bottom - http://www.esl-school.com

Posted by: Patricia at January 22, 2006 02:07 AM



Free-ESL is a massive site with thousands of pages of information for ESL teachers and other ESL professionals.What makes Free-ESL unique is the interactive nature of the site. On almost every page you can add your comments and suggestions which help to build on the information here and make this site an absolutely huge resource for teachers of English - an interactive venture between our researchers and writers and visitors to this site. Visitors who are the most valuable resource we all have.

Links to the English-Blog can be found on two places on Free-ESL here - http://www.free-esl.com/channels/rss/default.asp (and) http://www.free-esl.com/channels/rss/details.asp?fIndex=16

Posted by: Henry at January 22, 2006 02:23 AM



Posted by: Chickletmaster at January 22, 2006 02:31 AM

The English Blog: For learners and teachers of English


A multitude of links to ESL related places as seen through the eyes of Jeffrey Hill

[the]English-Blog[.com] is linked to "The English Blog" right from the front page in the sidebar links and in multiple posts and trackbacks.

Posted by: Jeffrey at January 22, 2006 02:41 AM

20th Century Women's Poetry (For Now)


A blog in progress about compiling the ultimate reading list for a very specific literary genre.

A link to English-blog can be found in the links column on the first page.

Posted by: Kenneth S. at January 31, 2006 02:51 AM

Posted by: Wordorigins.org at February 3, 2006 02:15 AM

From Russia With Blog


An English-blog link is right on the "blogroll" of the first page of this site.

Posted by: Jane at February 3, 2006 02:43 AM



A link to [the]English-Blog[.com] is available in the "Blogroll" section of the site on the upper right hand side of the page.

Posted by: Englishfeed at February 4, 2006 12:03 AM

The Daily Blah


Your site is listed in the blog roll on the right sidebar.

Posted by: Jane at February 4, 2006 12:12 AM

IUP Instructor's Pages


This entire page is "dedicated" to the English-blog. A big "redirect" button to here. Way to go IUP!

Posted by: Lee at February 4, 2006 01:20 AM

Principled Discovery


At the bottom of this page is a link to the entry on English-Blog about using Poetry in the classroom as a writing prompt.

Posted by: Dana H. at February 19, 2006 11:00 PM

The Carnival of English Language Teaching


English-Blog is in the Blogroll on the right and it's referenced in CELT Midway #4.

Posted by: daniel at February 25, 2006 02:03 AM

AACircle - For English Teachers


Here's a page dedicated to a link for the English-Blog called "AACircle - For English Teachers." Wish you all the best Lee and thanks for your information too.

Posted by: AACircle - For English Teachers at February 28, 2006 11:56 PM

IUP English Graduate Organization


A link to the English-Blog entry about the Interdisciplinary conference (for leaving feedback) can be found on the upper right hand side of the page.

Posted by: Mahmoud at March 3, 2006 07:27 PM

The Global Citizen


Definitely Not for Nationalists!

This Lycos/Tripod-based page has an RSS feed for English-Blog as its top post. There's also a direct link in the blogroll section of the left-hand side bar.

Posted by: Global Citizen at March 5, 2006 01:49 AM

Universal Denizen


One Planet / One People.

Need more be said? National boundaries are an insane, outdated, counter-productive concept. Let there be peace, sanity, prosperity and serenity. Let there be goodwill. This teacher's mission: to promote values that embrace education, progress, tolerance and understanding.

This Blogger-based site contains an XML feed for the English-Blog as its first post. There's also a permalink in the roll of blogs section of the left side bar.

Posted by: Universal Denizen at March 5, 2006 08:35 PM

Peaceful Earth Dynamic


Searching for Sanity beyond the Self!

An old blog that remains neglected but, I predict, will someday grow into a lion! Links to English-Blog are in both the posts, the list of friends and the list of links in the blog's sidebar.

Posted by: Peaceful Earth Dynamic at March 10, 2006 10:28 AM

ESL Elite


Site Description: Teaching Jobs in Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan, and International. With FREE account you can post and search jobs, resumes, employment agencies/recruiters,classifieds, forums and more. Teach abroad, Work abroad, and live abroad. Only at ESL Elite. Meet your employment needs.

A link-back to the "English-Blog" can be found HERE!

Posted by: esl elite at March 25, 2006 12:46 AM



18th and 19th Century Studies * Fairy Tales * Women * The Romance * Writing

Linkback to English-blog in the blogroll.

Posted by: Melinda at March 29, 2006 02:01 AM

Friends and Flags


A site dedicated to cultural diversity and global collaboration. The designers believe in the power of Internet for multicultural exchange. Their collaborative infrastructure has empowered thousands of students and educators world wide.

Posted by: Karen Eini at March 31, 2006 01:59 PM

Free Education


Dr. Peter Fogarty is an experienced teacher who has worked in special needs schools, primary schools, secondary schools and international schools and in each, there was a clear need for one main resource site where teachers could collect or donate resources. His website fills a need for a place to get news and new ideas and to just share suppport from other people in similar circumstances.

Find return links to English-Blog HERE and HERE.

Posted by: Dr. Peter Fogarty at April 6, 2006 12:36 PM

The Daily Kos


GreyHawk, of The Daily Kos Political Blog, has written a series of articles themed around the Danse Macabre genre (as metaphor) and has re-published (with my consent) several of my photographs from this blog's travel-photography section. See the first one used in his article from the new series calle "Danse Macabre - A Tale of Two Cities" HERE!

Posted by: GreyHawk at April 30, 2006 06:10 PM



Do the humanities have a place in college today? I try to address this issue and related issues in my blog. Some specific questions: Does teaching humanities, i.e., English, literature, writing, philosophy ruin the subject for the student or enhance it. In a world where everything is a unit of economic exchange, why read poetry?

A link to the English-blog can be found in the blogroll HERE.

Posted by: alan at May 15, 2006 04:19 PM

ESL Teachers Board


Free ESL materials, jobs and resumes!

Jeff, Technical Editor

Posted by: Jeff at May 28, 2006 04:44 PM

Free Biao

"Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana."


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE

Posted by: Free Biao at July 8, 2006 12:16 PM



A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Jimmie at July 9, 2006 01:35 AM



A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Adam Mulligan at July 9, 2006 01:39 AM



A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Splasho at July 9, 2006 01:45 AM

Jason of Gammasham


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Jason at July 9, 2006 01:48 AM

Memento Mori


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Morituri at July 9, 2006 01:29 PM


Technology, Society, and More!


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Abi at July 9, 2006 01:31 PM

Posted by: Dusty at July 9, 2006 01:35 PM

Knock Knock

No One Trusts Bush!


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Peacechick Mary at July 9, 2006 01:39 PM


All about English - Yeah. I know that my English may not be as good as you. So I checked out this site everyday to know all about English. Undoubtly in this internet age, people cannot write as good as before. I am trying hard. Please support!


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Andres at July 10, 2006 02:15 PM

Juice Analytics Weblog: The Art & Science of Data

Zach and Chris Gemignani are the founders of *Juice Analytics*, a consulting firm focused on helping businesses of all sizes make smarter decisions through data. “The Juice guys” provide a counter-cultural take on business intelligence: they believe in people-based solutions over technology, analysis as a learning process rather than an end-point, and visualization over statistical data discovery.


A link to a post on the English-blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Zach Gemignani at July 11, 2006 04:09 PM

sam kim.org


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Sam Kim at July 11, 2006 10:25 PM

Write, Pam, Write

Pamela Templin’s Official Website


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Pamela Templin at July 11, 2006 10:28 PM

The Presurfer

Your Daily Dose of Diversion


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Gerard at July 11, 2006 10:35 PM

Posted by: Ben at July 14, 2006 11:27 PM

MSN Spaces

Laugh in the face of danger...then run and hide 'till it goes away~"Troll?! How dare you insult my quotebook!"


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Maurice at July 14, 2006 11:34 PM


My Personal Corner of the Web


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Stephen at July 14, 2006 11:39 PM


Lingual Humor


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Jason Dunstan at July 17, 2006 11:31 PM

Look at this...

Bringing you the best and the worst of the Inter-Web,and other stuff with a "Newcastle" theme


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Iluvnufc at July 17, 2006 11:36 PM

View From a New Vrindaban Ridge

An unofficial, eclectic, mostly tangential, view of aspiring devotee life.Best viewed with Sense of Humor 8.0 or higher.Cows may come, cows may go, but the bull is always here.


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Madhava Gosh at July 17, 2006 11:43 PM


Linky Goodness


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Jason Butler at July 17, 2006 11:50 PM

The Restless Mouse

Gag Gifts and Oddities Since 1998


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Restless Mouse at July 17, 2006 11:54 PM

I Speak!!

Not Promising Anything Good...


A link to a post on the English-Blog can be found HERE.

Posted by: Heather at July 17, 2006 11:57 PM

We all link to you with good reason, Lee.

Posted by: Guy Courchesne at October 25, 2006 10:22 AM

Hello, i love www.english-blog.com! Let me in, please :)

Posted by: Lusidvicel at December 18, 2006 10:19 AM

ESL Kids


ESL stuff for kids including flashcards, worksheets, classroom games and children's song lyrics. A great resource for teachers of ESL kids.

*The linkback to this site can be found on the front page in the sidebars.*

Posted by: Nick Ramsay at February 11, 2007 01:15 PM



Nick Ramsay’s blog about his life as an ESL teacher in Japan.

*The linkback to this site can be found on the front page in the sidebars*

Posted by: Nick Ramsay at February 11, 2007 01:19 PM



My name is Abi (T. A. Abinandanan), and I am on the faculty of the Department of Materials Engineering at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. My research is on computational modelling of microstructural evolution during phase transformations, grain growth, sintering and high temperature deformation. To learn more, please visit my website at the Department.

My personal views and opinions appear in the blogs Nanopolitan, Nanopolitan 2.0 and How the Other Half Lives (a group blog).

*A link to this site can be found in the article appearing at this link*

Posted by: T. A. Abinandanan at February 11, 2007 01:24 PM

A comprehensive directory of all major U.S. universities and colleges. Includes information about history, academics, unique programs, student life, student statistics, admissions, athletics, and the local community for each school.

Posted by: Universities at February 16, 2007 09:12 AM



*A link to this site can be found in the right sidebar blogroll in the words "Lee Hobbs" at this link*

Posted by: TroyWorman at March 11, 2007 10:51 PM

Teaching in Mexico: Living and working as an English teacher in the Mexico TEFL world.


*A link to this site can be found in the right sidebar blogroll in the words "Lee Hobbs" at this link*

Posted by: Guy Courchesne at March 11, 2007 11:07 PM

Very interesting website. Keep up the outstanding work and thank you.

Posted by: Marry at June 17, 2007 01:54 PM

Steve Simon School of Real Estate


The Steve Simon School of Real Estate offers all of the required courses, online for those who wish to obtain, or maintain their Florida real estate license.

The linkback to your site can be found on the links page (on the right hand column of the sites front page) here: http://www.stevesimon.us/links.html

Posted by: Steve Simon at August 1, 2008 03:33 PM

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