For the third year running Lexiophiles is on the hunt for the Top 100 Language Blogs in the blogosphere. In total, 495 nominations were received and broken down into four categories of 100 blogs each: Language Learning blogs, Language Teaching blogs, Language Technology blogs and Language Professionals blogs. From these 400 the top 100 will be chosen by the voting public.
The OUP ELT Global Blog team is delighted to have been shortlisted under the Language Teaching category along with a whole host of fantastic and well-established blogs. Given our short existence, we couldn’t be happier to be in this position already.
So… time for a shameless plug! We’d love to feature in the Top 100, so here’s our appeal for help…
If you like this blog, please vote for it! To vote, simply click on the button at the top of this post or in the sidebar on the right, or select one of the four categories above. You can vote only once in each category, so choose carefully.
We also acknoweldge the fact that there are many great blogs in these categories and that you may already have your favourites. So we thought we’d share ours with you, just in case you needed any help deciding. Even if you can’t vote for all of your favourites, it’s worth subscribing to these blogs regardless.
Here’s a breakdown of our favourite blogs by category:
- A CLIL to Climb
- Burcu Akyol’s Blog
- Kalinago English
- OUP Global Blog
- Teacher Boot Camp
- Teaching Village
- The Lives of Teachers
- Six Things
- Educational technology in ELT
- EFL Classroom 2.0 – Teacher Talk
- English Virtual Community
- Nik’s Learning Technology Blog
- Sean Banville’s Blog
So get voting! Remember, we’re in the Language Teaching category. Voting closes on 24th May, so be quick!!