My first officially published blog post

Thanks to the very kind and incredibly multi-talented Alastair Horne at Cambridge University Press, with whom I attended (and tweeted!) many an academic publishing conference, I am very happy to introduce my first ever published blog post:

It’s a review on the Cambridge University Press Cambridge Conversations blog of my excellent CELTA course at the Berlin School of English, where I am now a freelance English teacher and, as an added bonus, there is a mega cheesy picture of me in our CELTA input room surrounded by all my books! You lucky things…

A huge thanks to Alastair for the opportunity to feature as part of a week of posts about new English teachers, and thanks to my CELTA tutors for allowing me to publish it 🙂

About BerLingo

My name is Rachel, I am 25 and I love Germany. I studied German, Spanish and Italian at Durham University for four years, one of which I spent living in Europe, and then worked at Routledge academic publishing house for almost 3 years. Towards the end of 2014, I decided it was time to finally fulfil a long-held ambition to live in Berlin, and so in April 2015 I completed the CELTA qualification (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults, adminstered by Cambridge University) here in the German capital. Now qualified, my blog charts my experiences as a new English teacher in my favourite city... (More information about my plans can be found in my first ever blog post.)
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2 Responses to My first officially published blog post

  1. joannamalefaki says:

    Way to go gal!!! Well done!!!


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