How are you Dr. Liz England,
RE: Monday, June 15, at 3 PM ET.
Are you scheduling a pupil-centered discussion at---"Topic: TESOL CPD Zoom Meeting?" Will you be gearing-up for an academic type discussion, or some sort of an informal kaffeeklatsch talking points atmosphere? What are you looking to do at this scheduled webinar-zoom? (hyphen mine). I thought a query might be in order before joining. Thank you.
Dr. England – It looks like my calendar is free on June 15 @ 3:00 P.M. (EST). I plan to register for your---"Navigating Change in Our TESOL Career Paths"---discussion forum today---June 12th. I will send you the registration confirmation if the site provides a copy to registrants.
Yes, I am well in spite of what's been going around in the world relative CoVid-19, coupled with the current dwindling economy in the home-front. Appreciate you asking. I have been pre-occupied writing the second edition to support the first publication and soon will be off on a cross-country road trip for a family vacation. Time to get some fresh-air after being cabin-fever for three months---y A Y.
I did promise my grammar learners the first book was just a starter learning instrument, and the last and final copy is for advanced students---for which they may find mentally challenging. Primarily due to overwhelming rules beginner students would most often find too difficult to master. For ESL students, studying grammar rules are the most frustrating aspect of learning the English language---this is particular true for my students brand-new to English language. Talk to you soon. (hyphen mine).