A Guide to Common Acronyms in the TESOL Profession
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This guide attempts to define common acronyms used in the profession of English language teaching and in TESOL association publications and newsletters. A separate list of acronyms and terms used in the governance of the association may be found online in the Association: Governance section. If you have suggestions to add to this list, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CELTA: Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults, administered by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate and Royal Society of Arts, based in England. This is a specific, brandname TEFL certificate course.
EAP: English for academic purposes.
EFL: English as a foreign language — English language programs in non-English-speaking countries where English is not used as the lingua franca. It is also used in some…
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