"Second Life," the online world that brings players together from across the globe to socialize, shop, and even fly, is developing a second career as a hot spot for learning English as a second language (ESL), reports Forbes. English-language instructors who spend time with students there say they're combining fun and learning--and getting excellent results. Kip Boahn, who has co-led a real-life English-language school in Germany for the last eight years, has become passionate about teaching in Second Life. As "Kip Yellowjacket," Boahn started teaching ESL to fellow Second Life players back...

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