TESOLANZ is excited to announce the launch of our new website. In addition to a visual overhaul, visitors will find new and updated news, publications and resources pages, including ESOL job opportunities from around the country. Learn more about TESOLANZ and our people, and see what’s on with our events […]
TESOLANZ has a brand new YouTube channel. Be sure to check it out. If you are a TESOLANZ member, login and navigate to our Members’ Area to access our members-only videos.
Slides are available from Nicky Riddiford’s plenary discussion at the 2019 TESOLANZ AGM. Helping Newcomers Adapt to Life and Work in New Zealand.
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 […]
On Saturday, TESOLANZ sent a letter to the Ministry of Education, NZQA, as well as several other Ministers. It was sent as a position statement from TESOLANZ and written in response to the proposed NCEA changes. We have received a positive response from the MoE regarding our NCEA statement.
We’re on Facebook! Head over to our Facebook page and also check out the TESOLANZ Talk group. Don’t forget to give it a like if you find it useful.