Friday, April 08, 2011

Cherry calling Cake. Do you read me?


This blog has always had a very scanty blogroll. It's been something I've been meaning to get round to. All the ELT blogs I read and comment on have this covered pretty thoroughly and they all seem to have remarkably similar blogrolls. I'm certainly not complaining about that but I plan to try something a little different. Rather than list all the usual suspects. i.e. ELT people blogging about ELT in English (the cherry) I will only list people blogging in their native language about English teaching (the cake). The only problem is...and this is where I need everybody's help...who are these people and where are their blogs? If you know of a good blog or website about teaching English that's not in English, please add it below as a comment. While you're at it, please forgive my ignorance.

11 comments:

Patrick Jackson said...

Here's a Korean blog sent by Jason Renshaw of English Raven. Any more contributions?
http://www.fullofhappiness.com/

KALINAGO ENGLISH said...

Marcus Brendel of Der Englisch Blog
http://www.der-englisch-blog.de/

Patrick Jackson said...

That looks really great, Karenne. Makes me want to get the German primer out. Thank you.

Moji said...

Hello! This is my blog and it's written in Chinese.
http://blog.yam.com/moji2

Have a nice day!

Kirsten said...

Hi Patrick, left a couple of comments over at Jason Renshaw's blog. There is a Brazilian eltchat so I assume there must be a few bloggers who like to blog in Portuguese. Here is the Brazil elt chat blog URL

http://eltchatbr.wordpress.com/

Best of luck and I love this idea!

crystalannie said...

I used to blog in Mandarin but lately I've switched to English. Does that count? Anyway, I enjoyed your 'potato talk' in Taiwan. Wish my kids are young enough for the potato series:-P
http://au2147.wordpress.com/

Kirsten said...

Hi Patrick, I asked @brunoelt 4 any bloggers in portuguese and he has tweeted me two names, which I have now tweeted to you!

Medussa said...

Hi Patrick! I loved your blog's title, I visited it for I thought it had something to do with food, haha. It seems like Mérida left you with a bad souvenir :-) I'll check your blog later to do my homework.

Therese said...

My blog is about teaching ESL and Spanish as a second language to high school students (16-19 y.o) in Norway - and it's written in Norwegian. http://theresesdigitaleklasserom.wordpress.com/

Meeri said...

Here is my blog that I write in Estonian
http://iktkeeleope.blogspot.com/

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