Interesting post from Scott Thornbury on the above topic:
Link to a site with great short stories adapted for efl learners. Some preparation needed as there are no questions with the stories.
Here is a link to a great British Council page with a downloadable literature lesson and presentation practice.
An article about dogme teacher trainers, or rather the surprising lack of them after 15 years of dogme
Dogme : Teaching unplugged
From time to time I have used shared blogs with classes. I have had mixed results, to be honest but think it can be worthwhile. I was pleased to come across this British Council article about using blogs with students.
An article about ELT publishers and the changing times. Are they going to start spawning apps now?
No sticks were harmed in the writing of this post.
This site likes publishing posts with idioms. You can follow the links on her site to find more good stuff!
The International Teacher Development Institute produces such a range of great materials and articles. Here is a reflective piece by Chuck Sandy.