Hi, I’m Pete. I currently teach in Bangkok.
I’ve taught English in South Korea, Hungary, the UK, Spain, Vietnam, and now Thailand. I’ve got a CELTA, DipTESOL and an MSc in Reading, Language and Cognition. I’ve also just finished a CELTA extension course for teaching young learners.
I’ve created this blog to share ideas, plans, and general ELT-related posts. I’ve taken so many ideas from ELT sites and other blogs in the past, so it’s about time I gave something back!
Most tips and ideas will be aimed at new or less experienced teachers. If you feel you can add to any post, all comments are welcome.
If you would like to write a guest post on this blog, please get in contact!
Thanks for visiting! You can also follow me on Twitter: @eltplanning
Articles (Click here to view most of my articles):
I’ve started to make a few contributions to teaching magazines:
‘Errors under the spotlight‘. English Teaching Professional, 99, July 2015
‘How learning a language is refreshing my teaching skills ‘ EFL Magazine, October 2015
‘Making a Google guide ‘. English Teaching Professional, 101, November 2015
‘Analysing placement tests’ EFL Magazine, March 2016
‘Analysing placement tests’. The Teacher (Poland), March 2016
‘I blog, therefore I am‘. English Teaching Professional, 104, May 2016
Review of Text Chat Activities by Mark Oliver. International House Journal, Issue 40 (July 2016)
‘Anyone for Quircling?’ English Teaching Professional, 106, September 2016 (with Sarah Smith)
‘Editing in-house materials‘. Modern English Teacher, Issue 25/4. October 2016
‘Teaching Teens‘. English Teaching Professional, 107, November 2016 (with Martin Sketchley and Emma Paul)
‘Some thoughts on authenticity’. The Teacher (Poland), December 2016