Top 100 Language Blogs 2010 – Vote for Language Teaching

UPDATE: Voting is now closed. The results (and winners!) will be published on Friday (May 28). Check back then!

Here are all the Language Teaching blogs who have made it to the voting phase (read more about how the competition works).

Click the radio button next to the blog name you want to vote for and click ‘vote’ at the bottom of the poll!
You can vote only once in each category.

Vote for your favorite Language Teaching blog!

Total Voters: 7,880

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Other categories: Language LearningLanguage TechnologyLanguage Professionals

View the full list of nominations for Language Teaching.

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Thanks and remember to check back on May 28th to find out who the winners are!
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91 thoughts on “Top 100 Language Blogs 2010 – Vote for Language Teaching”

  1. gracias por tenerme en cuenta; vote por su blog porque siento que es el mejor.
    y creo que el colombiano perdio una gran ocasion de educar.

  2. De acuerdo contigo, Mauricio Cano. El Blog de Don Abel es informativo, entretenido y además ¡tiene unos columnistas invitados espectaculares!

  3. Yo, por supuesto, voté por El blog de don Abel, me encanta, y qué bueno que este sea un excelente reconocimiento a la labor de don Gabriel.

  4. Es gratificante saber que se reconoce la excelente labor del ingeniero Gabriel Escobar Gaviria en su blogdedonabel. Espero que tenga un buen resultado en la votación.

  5. It’d be useful to see the nº of votes instead of just a bar graph – in these kinds of situations, it reassures me if I could see that my vote has been registered.
    Regds,

    BaBa.

  6. This gifted Russian teacher brings not only his incredible depth of knowledge to his classroom but laces it with enough humor so that his students laugh and learn Russian all at the same time. This man is passionate about his classes/students. Can you get any better than that!

    I don’t recall my university Spanish teacher even cracking a smile the entire semester–

  7. I support Barbara Sakamoto’s Teaching Village website. It combines solid theoretical background with practical, hands-on ideas that teachers can use tomorrow (or even today), which is always a plus for busy EFL/ESL teachers, especially those who teach children. The guest blogs I have read are always thoughtful and well-written, and the terminology is accessible to all teachers, including those who speak English as a second language. The global language teaching perspective emphasized here also points to the future!

  8. Que gran satisfacción se siente cuando se encuentra que el gran esfuerzo de don Abel y su blog por la defensa del idioma español, llega a ser reconocido como lo está siendo ahora. Felicitaciones, ingeniero.

  9. Il blog di italiano della scuola di lingue di Ciudad Real (Italiano) presenta sempre dei contenuti molto attuali e interessanti.

  10. Me parece excelente el blog de don Abel. Corrige errores, orienta y resuelve dudas. Muy util
    Eduardo Espinal

  11. Es genial que el blog de Don Abel se encuentre seleccionado. Un agradecimiento para él por su trabajo.

  12. Hola a todos,

    he votado por Russificate, que me parece un blog excelente.

    Un saludo,

    Javier.

  13. Gracias, Don Abel, por permitirme dejar constancia de su instrucción sobre nuestro idioma. Lo he consultado desde sus notas en prensa escrita hace muuuuuucho tiempo. Que todos le reconozcamos.

  14. @BaBa -Thanks for the suggestion. The graphics shown are not based on individual vote number but on percentage. We are constantly checking them in order to prevent any problem.

    🙂

  15. Doy mi total apoyo al gran amigo y defensor del idioma castellano, Gabriel, con su remodelado seudónimo, Don Abel; espero no haya dejado el antiguo, Sófocles.
    Afectuoso saludo,
    Lázaro.

  16. Abel, con dolor en el alma, vote por vos. Te volviste muy serio con tus comentarios.
    Saludos y mucha suerte. Si ganás el premio, ¿CVY?
    Rodrigo C

  17. Mi voto al blog “Italiano”, encuentro que además de dominar la lengua, tienen unas excelentes dotes de enseñanza y ese afán inagotable del trabajo bien hecho.
    BRAVO¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡

  18. voto em RUSSIFICATE,Alem de muito util,esta aprendendo o idioma,nos mostra a cultura de seu povo.barabens!

  19. Cordilal saludo.
    El Blog de don Abel es excelente. Enseña el uso correcto del español mediante ejemplos reales y buen humor. Gracias a esta fuente, muchas personas tenemos la respuesta ideal a nuestras consultas.
    Felicitaciones.
    Jorge Fabra H.

  20. El Blog de don Abel es el mejor. Es el fruto de una vida de trabajo y de una firme vocacion por la defensa de los valores culturales que se apoyan en la lengua.

  21. Io non ho dubbi: Voto per Italiano, il blog de la EEOOII de Ciudad Real. E magnifico, quasi quanto il lavoro che fa ogni giorno il dipartimento d’italiano di quella scuola. Bravo Paolo, Brava Isa!!!

  22. He votado por el blog de Don Abel porque, además de su calidad, conozco la dedicación que su autor le ha dedicado, por lo menos desde el año 2.005.

  23. Thanks to all who have voted for my blog. It really is hard work being a one-man show, and not having any official backing. Whatever I have done has been out of love, and not much else. Oh, and a desire to see less paper being used. The EFL teachers are one of the most notorious paper users! I’m constantly fighting against a brick wall.

    I’m glad to see an increase in traffic due to the publicity here. It stirs me to carry on struggling!

    To those who haven’t visited the blog, it’s a site for ideas, games and activities in CLIL; in other words, this one-man show conjures up tricks in English, Science, Maths, Art, etc. Take a peek – you might be surprised!

    Priscilla, things are hotting up now, aren’t they? Perhaps you could display the current top 5 or something – might hot up things even more! 😉

  24. I voted for Talk to me in Korean. Outstanding work by Hyunwoo Sun, Kyeong-eun Choi, Soyeon Lee, Seokjin Jin and Hyeonjeong Kim. They provide the best Korean lessons out there, for free!!!

  25. Definitivamente el Blog de Don Abel, es interesantisimo, y los que hemos tenido el gran privilegio de escuchar su conferencia quedamos totalmente prendados del conocimiento idiomatico. Gracias Ingeniero Escobar por su labor.

  26. I have often wondered – how does one define a ‘blog’? Originally, it was supposed to be a type of diary with constant updates – at least, that is what I think. Blogging obviously has grown out of that. Lexiophiles is looking for the best language teaching blog in this section, so obviously, it will be more than a mere diary. I look upon blogs as much of a private enterprise, mostly done out of love more than anything else, although there are blogs earning through advertising. So, when I browse through some of the leading blogs here, I wondered at a few. Blogs such as Russificate, El Blog de don Abel or a CLIL to Climb are run by a lone contributor, slogging away, no doubt, under the midnight lamp, spurred on only by appreciative comments from their readers.

    But, what about entries such as Talk To Me In Korean and English Experts? They don’t look like no blogs to me. So, if anyone has a good answer, I’d be most interested!

    BaBa

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