ELTon Award Nominee

Truth or Dare for English Language Learners was nominated for the 2012 ELTon Award for Innovation in Learner Resources. The ELTon Awards is a program of the British Council designed to "recognise and celebrate innovation in the field of English language teaching," Nominated ESL and EFL learning resources are assessed on the basis of three criteria: innovation, practicality and effectiveness.

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Designed especially for Adult ESL and EFL Learners
Truth or Dare for English Language Learners

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Geography: Where in the world are you involved in ESL/EFL education?

Again, 11% of respondents declined to indicate their geographic location. That 1/8th of respondents are consistently not answering could indicate a secret cadre of nonconformists in our midst. Watch your back! And your front.

Unsurprisingly, the largest contingent of respondents, 32%, hails from Asia with 11% positioned in China alone. A nearly equal number, 31%, of respondents hail from the English-speaking part of North America, possibly indicating a skew to the data resulting from the kinds of North American-based journals, periodicals and Internet resources which passed on word of the survey to their interest groups.

Europe-centered professionals accounted for nine percent while those in Mexico and Latin America accounted for just six percent of respondents. Africa was almost a no-show while the Middle East and Anza made a showing of seven percent and four percent respectively.

Canada 
40
7.86%
USA 
117
22.99%
Mexico 
18
3.54%
Central/South America
12
2.36%
Europe 
35
6.88%
UK 
6
1.18%
Russia 
5
0.98%
Indochina
31
6.09%
China 
53
10.41%
Japan 
34
6.68%
Korea 
26
5.11%
Other Asia
18
3.54%
Middle East
37
7.27%
Africa
1
0.20%
Australia/New Zealand 
22
4.32%
Other 
5
0.98%
No answer 
49
9.63%
Total
509
100.00%