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Erica

Hi, I’m Erica and I’m the Development Editor for onestopenglish. I joined the team in November 2017 and I work on all areas of content development on the site. Prior to joining onestopenglish, I spent 12 years working as an EFL teacher in South Korea, Sri Lanka, Ukraine and Turkey, as well as being an ESOL teacher here in the UK.I have worked in a variety of institutions including language schools, universities, colleges and private companies.

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After teaching for this period I decided to hang up my mortar board for a year and undertake a Masters degree in creative writing & publishing. Having taught many different disciplines, nationalities and ages (from very young learner through to adult) during my career in the classroom, I understand the numerous challenges that teachers face and am happy to be helping my former colleagues working in the wonderful world of ELT.

In my free time I enjoy reading, theatre, history and cycling. I am also an avid Dr. Who fan, cat lover and proud tortoise owner!

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  • I am interested in using the Absolute Beginner units with my high school newcomer Guatemalan students who do not speak any English. How many days/class periods should a single unit be used?

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  • Hello,

    Thank you very much for your comment. Each unit of Absolute Beginners should take approximately 90 mins.

    Best wishes and happy teaching!

    The onestopenglish team

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