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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 in 2006. Originally from North Carolina, Boahn got his start in the game with a group called The English Village, but has now built his own ESL center. "Second Life English," Boahn's new project, is a virtual island entirely dedicated to providing free online resources to language teachers and students.