by Hugh Dellar
Some people grow up knowing that they want to become English-language teachers. They have a deep love of the language instilled in them at a formative age, maybe by a teacher or a parent, and the trajectory that their career then takes is painless and straightforward. I was never one of those people.
My road to the profession I’ve now spent more than half my life in was circuitous, to say the least. Growing up, I wanted at various times to be a fireman, a . . .
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