Monthly Archives: November 2015

Thanksgiving -a time for giving thanks

   The great thing about teaching English is that we can take advantage of any occasion to talk about values, and appreciation. The sheet was downloaded from – thank you!    Homework is to take home this sheet and … Continue reading

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Blowing my own trumpet

While I feel a bit uncomfortable blowing my own trumpet with you, I must just share how excited I am about this… My new (and first!) “book”!! Even more exciting is the fact that it’s being marketed on The Round, … Continue reading

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November to-do list

Write my to-do list before the 4th of the month! 2. Macmillan’s online conference starts tomorrow! 3. Oxford’s webinar on grammar & Meaning in secondary school  on the 18th or 19th November looks great! 4. I’m also really looking forward to … Continue reading

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Delicious adjectives and disgusting beans

With my upper level class I often try and expand their already impressive vocabulary with synonyms, and this exercise was a great (and very easy!) way of doing that. After having looked at words to describe a food in general, … Continue reading

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