Ercilia Delancer has two beautiful books available on Amazon stores:
Resource Booklet for Teachers for Teachers of English as a Second or Foreign Language: A Ready-Made Compendium of Lessons and Activities for the Busy Teacher
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Resource Booklet for Teachers for Teachers of English as a Second or Foreign Language: A Ready-Made Compendium of Lessons and Activities for the Busy Teacher: This a compendium of lessons and activities ranging from icebreakers, warm ups and various games intended to be carried out in the classroom with a minimum of preparation. They reflect my twenty-plus years teaching English in the United States and abroad where I gathered ideas from a variety of sources and colleagues. Credit has been provided for verifiable sources. An answer key can be found at the end of the book for the numerous grammar exercises and fun games. It has a print length of 456 pages and is published on 4th January, 2023.
Have Coffeemaker, Will Travel: The Adventures of a Non-Native English Teacher: How do you go from being a monolingual speaker of Spanish to a teacher and trainer of the English Language? This book, part memoir and part travelogue, aims to illustrate the process with all its pitfalls and triumphs with a print length of 505 pages.
The Author Ercilia Delancer was born in the Dominican Republic. She’s currently a retired ESL professor living in South Carolina, USA.
She has been an ESL/EFL/EAP teacher since 1999. She hold a Masters in TESOL from Florida International University (Miami, FL) and have been a Peace Corps volunteer in Nepal (2000-2002) and an English Language Fellow in Central Asia (2011-2013). She was a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer assigned to work in China in 2014.
She has worked as a case manager for refugee, asylee and victims of human trafficking students guiding them into the best course of studies based on their previous educational backgrounds.
She also has ample experience in dealing with learners of English from the illiterate level to the academic one and pride herself in being a passionate educator who looks after the whole individual and tries to address their needs.