Submit your post If you have an amazing older post that you have written on humor in the ELT field (EFL, ESL, ESP, EAP, etc.) send it my way. Alternatively, if you feel inspired, you can write up a new post. There are SO MANY different aspects of humor you can touch on. If you are stuck, look at these questions for inspiration: Do you have a lesson that revolves around a funny movie clip or a silly joke? Perfect! Do you have a knock knock joke you use in class that is an example of blended speech? We'd love to see it! Do you have a rewards system or class theme that is funny? Share it! Have you read a book about using humor in the classroom and you want to review it? Awesome! Is there a website with funny quotes you use in class? Review it! Is there a tech tool you use that makes your students laugh? Explain it! How much humor is OK or When is humor not appropriate? Discuss it! Do you have a story about a time humor really brought a student out of his/her shell? We'd LOVE to hear it. As you can see there are TONS of opportunities! Simply find the topic that calls out to you! If you feel inspired to write but you don't have a blog, contact me! I would be pleased to host you as a guest blogger. When you write a new post it would be nice to include a link to here http://eslcarissa.blogspot.com/2014/07/preparing-for-august-elt-blog-carnival.html so your readers can learn more and participate if they would like. Share this post so others can get involved! (You can share this via Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, LinkedIn, family board game night, your Nobel Prize acceptance speech, or anywhere else you think you could reach people who are interested). To make it easy for you, by clicking this link http://ctt.ec/qT9Oa you will tweet, "Im ready for the August #eltBlogCarnival on humor http://eslcarissa.blogspot.mx/2014/07/preparing-for-august-elt-blog-carnival.html Pls Join" Come back August 6th to read all the lovely blogs! You can keep track of everything via #eltBlogCarnival on Twitter! Or just go to the Blog Carnival.