Nov 18, 2010

Think 21st Century Skills

We keep on providing you with more definitions regarding the 21st Century movement.

The new millennium was ushered in by a dramatic technological revolution.

We now live in an increasingly diverse, globalized, and complex, media-saturated society. According to Dr. Douglas Kellner at UCLA this technological revolution will have a greater impact on society than the transition from an oral to a print culture.

Today's kindergarteners will be retiring in the year 2067. We have no idea of what the world will look in five years, much less 60 years, yet we are charged with preparing our students for life in that world. Our students are facing many emerging issues such as global warming, famine, poverty, health issues, a global population explosion and other environmental and social issues.

Nov 15, 2010

[ELTeCS_PERU] Bilingualism

Dear ELTeCS PERU Members

Our Friend and colleague Carmen Cáceda has sent us an interesting article on bilingualism.

The link HERE

 will take you to the article web site.

Thanks to Carmen, and good reading to us all:

Cesar Klauer

Nov 8, 2010

[ELTeCS_PERU] Something to say about: Reduced forms

Dear ELTeCS PERU Members

To continue with our review of features of the English language we teach, this time we talk about reduced forms.

Read blog post HERE

As always, comments are more than welcome.

Cesar Klauer

Nov 3, 2010

[ELTeCS_PERU] Dirty language in my class?????

Something to say about: Dirty language

I was a student back on those days, but I still remember a friend of mine who once, after the lesson had finished, approached the teacher and asked: “What´s fakinaso, teacher?

Nov 2, 2010


Dear ELTeCS PERU Members

Just a short note to remind you of the latest news about ELTeCS PERU.
To begin with, you have been getting links to my personal TEFL  blog where I have been dealing with some interesting issues realted to our professional activity (and have tried to combine them with some funny tips). I´ll keep on the same track, so I hope this will appeal to you. If you have any suggestions on topics or comments, don´t hesitate to use the "comments" facility on the blog or send me an email.
Then, I have to remind you that ELTeCS is on Facebook also. Just look for our profile and become a follower. This may become a very good way of building up our community more efficiently.
Finally, I ask for your cooperation once again in trying to reach more teachers who are out there somewhere and don´t get the news on ELTeCS like yourselves. Please, invite them to be part of our group. They only have to send a blank emai to


Cesar Klauer