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  1. Hi Eva!
    This is Heidi Bay from www-really-learn-english.com. On behalf of the Really Learn English website on English teaching and learning, it is an honor to inform you that your blog Evasimkesyan was selected as a nominee for the Best English Blog Awards of 2013 Competition.

    We have reviewed more than 100 blogs from all over the world. The quality of the shortlisted blogs was extremely impressive, and after evaluating each of the qualifying blogs on the criteria of effectiveness, writing style, English teaching relevance and quality of information provided, the team of Really Learn English came to the consensus that your blog should advance into the next round as a nominee. CONGRATULATIONS!
    Your accomplishments as a blogger are appreciated and are important to the continued growth of the English Teaching community. We are excited about your continued research and work on English teaching, wonderful excercises and tips for all English teachers and learners out there and all the hard work you have put into every material you have written. All the different topics make your blog a teaching and learning haven. It helps set new benchmarks for excellence and passion for teachers and students alike.

    For additional information about the competition, you can visit this link http://www.really-learn-english.com/best-english-blog-awards.html. It contains the contest’s scope and how you will be entered as nominee with a feature on our website.
    As a nominee, you will be featured in an interview (which we can do by e-mail). This short interview will assist the public on the voting process. Participation in the competition will also require you to display a Best English Blog Awards of 2013 Nominee badge on your blog with a link to the voting section on Really Learn English. So anyone visiting your blog can help you gain more votes!

    Public voting will determine the winner and will be made via the Really Learn English website. This will occur sometime between September and October, after which the winner will be announced. The winner will then be featured on Really Learn English and receive a Best Blog Awards of 2013 badge, recognizing his or her outstanding achievements.
    Congratulations once again on being selected as a Really Learn English Best Blog Awards of 2013 nominee!
    Please get back to me at info@really-learn-english.com to confirm that you would like your blog to participate in the competition. I will then send you your interview questions for the e-mail interview.
    Please let me know if you have any questions or would like further information on entry details. We’re here to help with any question you may have.
    With warm regards,
    Heidi Bay
    Really Learn English

  2. Hello Osman,

    I write for MastersInESL.com, a site which focuses on offering resources for current and potential ESL students.

    I’ve found that Twitter has an amazing community of ESL teachers and learners that any current or future member of the ESL education community would do well to connect with. With that in mind, I’m compiling a list of must-follow Twitters, and would love to mention @osmanAZ on it, along with a short description of the type of knowledge you share. Is that alright with you?

    If you know of other Twitter users who regularly share great info about ESL, I would also like to include them in this compilation! Could you send me an email with any recommendations you may have?

    Thank you so much,

    April Lewis
    Writer
    @MastersinESL

  3. Hello Eva,

    Our list of essential ESL & TESOL twitter accounts was just published, and I’m writing to let you know that {{twitterhandle}} is mentioned: http://mastersinesl.com/essential-esl-tesol-twitters/

    Twitter has a great community of teachers and learners of English as a second language. We’re hoping that our readers will start participating in it as a way of making connections and staying motivated as they learn about becoming ESL educators.

    Thanks for your contribution to this great community! If you can help me share this list with even more people who are interested in ESL and TESOL by posting a link on your site, I would appreciate it.

    Thank you so much!

    April Lewis
    Writer
    @MastersinESL

  4. Hello Eva,
    I just wanted to say thank you again for your talk at TESOL France last Saturday – I appreciated particulary the interesting links you shared with us.
    And – now I am here – congratulations on this fascinating website!
    Maybe our paths will cross in Itanbul – who knows?
    Best wishes
    Rob Hill (Black Cat Readers Series Editor)

  5. Dear Eva,

    I am the Dean of the School of Education and Psychology at Virginia Union University, a columnist for the Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/matthew-lynch-edd/) and Education Week (www.blogs.edweek.org/edweek/education_futures/). My Education Week blog, “Education Futures” is ranked in the top 20 of the “Teach 100.”

    I read one of the articles that you wrote on http://www.evasimkesyan.com, and would like to invite you to write for my online magazine, The Edvocate. Its mission is to advocate for education equity, reform, and innovation. The Edvocate website (www.theedadvocate.org) features education news and opinion that is updated daily, and an opt-in email newsletter. I would like for you to cover the education beat.

    Although this would not be a paid position, it would give you an opportunity to spread your voice to a new audience. If you are interested, just email your first article to advocatefored@gmail.com and cc katie@proofparsons.com, my managing editor. Visit The Edvocate website to find our writing guidelines. As an added bonus, we would link back to your blog, and promote your pieces via social media. Also, from time to time we would feature exceptional pieces on my “Education Futures” blog. If you have any questions just let me know.

    Sincerely,
    Matthew Lynch
    Dean, Syphax School of Education, Psychology, and Interdisciplinary Studies
    Virginia Union University
    1500 Lombardy Street
    Gray Hall Room #128
    Richmond, VA 23220
    601-630-5238 (cell)
    mlynch@vuu.edu
    http://www.drmattlynch.com

    Dr. Lynch’s Twitter: @lynch39083
    The Edvocate’s Twitter: @advocatefored
    The Edvocate’s Facebook: theedvocate1978

  6. My name is Ai-Chu Ding. I am a doctoral student at Indiana University, United States. First of all, I must say BRAVO to your amazing work on your teacher blog. I have been reading your blog and have learned so much from your blog posts. I am contacting you because my colleagues and I would like to investigate how ESL/EFL teachers view and use technology in their classrooms. We are particularly interested in talking with you because (1) your teacher blog contains posts related to integrating technology resources or tools in language teaching and learning, and (2) you have taught English to non-native speakers. We would ask that you let us include your blog posts as our research data and speak with us in an interview. I really hope you would be willing to participate in our study. Please let me know if you are willing to participate in this research. I will send you more information about our study as well. Thank you very much and look forward to hearing from you.

    best,
    Ai-Chu Ding

  7. Respectfully writing to you,I am very pleased to have the opportunity to contact you.
    Let us first introduce myself. Mohammed El-Amine SLIMANI is an Algerian English teacher in Nedroma Secondary School .
    I was a participant in the Global Connections and Exchange Program (GCE), funded by the United States Department of State.
    I also participated in an educational trip to the United States from April 10‐28th.
    I hope to cooperate with you

  8. Hi Eva ,

    My name is Anuj Agarwal. I’m Founder of Feedspot.

    I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog
    A Journey in TEFL has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 100 ESL Blogs on the web.

    http://blog.feedspot.com/esl_teacher_blogs/

    I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 100 ESL Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!

    Also, you have the honor of displaying the badge on your blog.

    Best,
    Anuj

  9. Hi Eva,

    I came across your great teacher’s blog and wanted to drop you a line to tell you about my Word Learning app, Vocab Victor, which I think would be of interest to your readers.

    Vocab Victor helps students BUILD and STRENGTHEN English vocabulary. It is made up of four colorful and fun word games which each teach a different type of vocabulary knowledge. It adapts to each learner’s level automatically. You can read about it on my teacher’s page, https://vocabvictor.com/teachers, or watch the video I made explaining the linguistic and pedagogy behind the app at https://youtu.be/a1ySeuwHAmw.

    Vocab Victor is available free from Apple Store and Google Play.

    I’d be happy to hanswer have any questions about the app!
    Kind Regards,
    Heidi

    Heidi Brumbaugh, PhD

  10. I thought that you might like to discover, if you have not already done so, all the EFL resources freely available on Linguapress.com.
    I’m sure that there is so much here that readers of your blog would love to discover and make use of.
    Feel free to get back to me if you have any questions.

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