Review: EAL Hub

I know, this doesn’t happen often on ELT Planning. But here’s a site I don’t recommend.

EAL Hub is… well, this:

It sounds great in principle. Humph.

This resource site doesn’t cost much. I’d like to argue that it offers value, however I’m going to stick my neck out here and say…

This isn’t great.


The resources are often unpolished. It’s the type of stuff that I would probably come up with if I thought ‘right, let’s just churn out a bulk of semi ok-ish resources from my back catalogue’. There are clearly some good, but a lot of average.

I know how I sound, and I know it’s not me… apologies. *fist, mouth*

There’s real inconsistency pedagogy-wise. My guess would be that the person who created the site had a few good ideas and made the site work. They got stretched, asked a few other people to contribute who were a bit green but bulked out the resources… something like that.

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