TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

In its language blog Johnson, named so after the British writer, lexicographer and politician Samuel Johnson, The Economist addresses its readers with the following request:
ENGLISH TEACHING
A Friday request
Jan 6th 2012, 15:43 by R.L.G. | NEW YORK
MANY English teachers around the world use The Economist to help teach English as a foreign language.  We (the newspaper as a whole, and this blog) would like to help them out, but so far, ideas are hazy for how to do so.  Are there any English teachers, or anyone else, among our readers who have good ideas about how we might use Economist.com and this blog to teach English?  Please jump in in the comments if so.

The internet address of the blog post and the comments:

http://www.economist.com/blogs/johnson/2012/01/english-teaching#comments
Those who are interested are welcome to visit the site.

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