Teaching English Learners How To Navigate US Workplaces: Emails


An interesting consideration for emails in If you’re using emojis at work you need to stop. This is why at



When you’re sending an email to a colleague or a client, you might like to keep the tone light to build a friendly relationship.

However, a new study suggests you should be careful how casual you make your emails.


Networking in the USA: Do’s and Dont’s Plus Templates to Establish a Networking Connection


Good reading for English learners at https://www.grammarly.com/blog/networking-email-templates/?utm_source=BlogNL&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=101417_BlogNL&utm_content=notest

English Language E-Mail Humor


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English Language College and Career Readiness Skills: Emails


Resource for practical activities at http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/english-emails?utm_source=LEfacebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=emailenglish


Teach Your English Learners How to prepare for a job interview in English


Interviews are stressful for anyone, at the least.  However, being interviewed in a new language is even more taxing.  Read here for some tips at https://www.britishcouncil.org/voices-magazine/how-prepare-job-interview-english

College and Carrer Readiness: Soft Skills


One area often overlooked in readiness discussions is the teaching of soft skills.  Read more here in Teaching & Assessing Soft Skills at http://catlintucker.com/2017/09/teaching-assessing-soft-skills/ and find a rubric

International Students and Employees Coming to the USA: How to Self-Promote


In many cultures, self-promotion is not acceptable.  However, in the USA, it is part of the professional and educational culture.  Therefore, international students and employees need to read up and learn about this important cultural trait.  Find more at How to Adapt to American-Style Self-Promotion at https://hbr.org/2014/04/how-to-adapt-to-american-style-self-promotion

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