Every Wednesday on Twitter there is a great chat session under #eltchat. The debate is high quality. And every week someone volunteers to post a summary of the discussion on this (non Twitter) website. Not specifically BE, but recommended.
The EL Gazette is an online newspaper for the international ELT community. Ever wanted to get a sense of the wider ELT world beyond your classroom/staffroom? Start here. Registration required, but it’s free.
Articles by teachers working for International House (my own teaching ‘home’ for 16 years). “The digital IH Journal is published twice a year, and aims to include some of the best and most stimulating thinking in ELT teaching.”
Vicki Hollett’s blog: sociolinguistics, but not the academic variety. Here you’ll find really interesting posts on culture, directness, pragmatics, etc – all vaguely under the umbrella of British/American differences. Great stuff written by a wonderful person.
Evan Frendo’s blog: “Sharing thoughts with teachers and trainers of business English and ESP”. Evan is a constant source of solid good sense. I strongly recommend his book ‘How To Teach Business English‘.
Scott Thornbury’s blog: “a dictionary-encyclopedia of English language teaching”. Scott is one of the most-admired figures in ELT. His great gift is the ability to bridge the divide between Applied Linguistics and the classroom.