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Barbara Williams Stoff was an English Language Fellow in Armenia, 2012-2013. At her host institution, the European Regional Academy, she taught English for Specific Purposes (ESP), including courses such as Business English and English for Travel Agents and Tour Directors.
When Johanna Campbell arrived as an English Language Fellow in Russia (2018-2020), she was stepping into the unfamiliar, but she quickly learned having a deep appreciation of the arts, along with enthusiasm for language acquisition, would go a long way in making personal connections.
Everyone is up and moving about when English Language Fellow Francisco Resto is leading class in Ukraine. Student-centered learning means that students are engaged kinesthetically, auditorily, and visually in the classroom. And the mind is kept equally active. Resto sometimes uses the ‘Sherlock Holmes Method to Teaching ESL,’ incorporating an educational mystery game that boosts student involvement and sharpens higher-level critical thinking skills at the same time.
Discover the daily life of English Language Fellow, Andre Boyer in the city of Narva, Estonia along the Russian border. Join Boyer as he connects with locals at a table tennis club, teaches EFL at Narva College, and trains teachers at a nearby vocational school.
Let Jennifer Lacano’s stories of life as an English Language Fellow in Turkey take you to the Aegean Sea, for a Turkish breakfast, and inside the classrooms of Izmir.
“I’m excited about the club because I want read English books. I do not have in my home,” one seventh grader in
Prizren, Kosovo told English Language Fellow Brooke Leach Grable. Grable had a solution for him.