Slides are available from Nicky Riddiford’s plenary discussion at the 2019 TESOLANZ AGM. Helping Newcomers Adapt to Life and Work in New Zealand.
Archives for October 2019
Applications are invited for a Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching (ALLT) with a specialization in Second Language Acquisition (SLA)/Instructed Language Learning (ILL) in the School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics, University of Auckland. You will be expected to teach and coordinate undergraduate and postgraduate courses in applied […]
An opportunity has opened up to join the University of Auckland’s Diagnostic English Language Needs Assessment (DELNA). This large and well-established programme screens incoming undergraduate and postgraduate students, including doctoral candidates and advises those with language needs on the options available for developing their academic literacy as they pursue their […]
Communication problems This activity asks students to be creative so that they can communicate even when the situation is difficult. You are talking to someone who doesn’t understand you. Find out: Do they want milk or sugar in their tea? Do they want to go shopping with you? They are […]
UUNZ Institute of Business is actively looking for a qualified and experienced NZCEL Level 5 and Level 4 teacher to join our team. We offer competitive salary and professional development opportunities. If you have a TESOL certificate and at least a bachelor’s degree in education, TESOL or related area, please […]
From Lloyd Gretton. I am a New Zealand citizen who has taught ESL for twenty years in New Zealand, Asia and the Middle East. I am at present teaching ESL in China. I will be returning to live in New Zealand at the beginning of April this year. I hope […]