Lexicophiles Top 100 Language Blogs

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Some very kind reader has nominated the undeserving Island Weekly in the Lexicophiles Top 100 Language Blogs 2010 in the category for Language Teaching. Thank you, bless you, light of my life, and may you live forever, as they say in the best fairy tales.

These friendly annual nominations are very kind pats on the virtual backs of a large group of exceedingly hardworking teachers and education professionals, dedicated to improving our field and creating a supportive professional network. I can warmly recommend taking the time to read these blogs and to vote for the blogs you enjoy most. I’ve voted for a random four of my favorites, and wish all of the bloggers out there well.

Here is the badge, included in the spirit of networking identity:

Vote the Top 100 Language Teaching Blogs 2010


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