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TESL

abbr.
teaching English as a second language

TESL

(ˈtɛsəl)
n acronym for
(Education) Teaching (of) English as a Second Language

TESL

teaching English as a second language.
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Understanding TESL pre-service teachers' teaching experiences and challenges via post-practicum reflection forms.
During the 1st semester of the program, Kong, a Chinese speaker of English, participated in an extended team teaching project that was embedded in a TESL Methods course.
This paper will focus primarily on my experience as the chair of the TESL subcommittee.
Reviewers who accept TESL Canada Journal's request to review manuscripts may recommend acceptance "as is" (this is extremely rare), acceptance with minor changes, revision and resubmission, or rejection.
This TESL class has come to be a life changing class in how I view the world around me and the people in it from the perspective of a foreign person in a new land.
The current study attempts to piece together observations and findings from TESL and interpreting disciplines and propose an experiment that investigates how predominant phonemic and prosodic features in non-native English affect the simultaneous interpreter's listening comprehension by examining the resulting decrease in rendition accuracy.
Dictation as a language learning device", The Internet TESL Journal 8(3).
The ratings reflect instances of delay be TESL in servicing its debt; the delays have been caused by the company's weak liquidity.
In this regard, 150 long term indigenous fellowship will be offered to the college and university teachers which range from one to two years and will include MS/MPhil in Applied Linguistics/related disciplines, masters/post graduate diploma in Applied Linguistics, TEFL, TESL and ESP.
Sight vocabulary from Dolch and Fry's word list and alignment with TESL vocabulary to support ELL students are included.
He has an MA in TESL and a BA in French from Kent State University, and has presented papers on instructional technology and other topics at conferences throughout the region.