Monthly Archives: March 2013

revisiting vocabulary at lower levels

One of my favorite groups is a group of elementary students at a Finnish production company. I have been teaching there from the very start, i.e. from the time they were complete beginners. I will never forget how afraid I … Continue reading

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spaghetti crops (BBC)

Are you planning any practical jokes for your students on the 1 of April? I am, actually. And I have a favorite one, too. Highly recommended – a video about spaghetti growing o the trees. Very believable, I must say!

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a great new (?) dictionary resource! just what I was looking for when listening to my students repeating “really” or “beautiful” or “interesting” 10 times a minute and struggling to substitute it with some other words! Free visual Dictionary online

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Using WordPress posts for higher levels

As this is a WordPress blog, I thought I might start with sharing a WordPress activity for higher levels. I have been reading WordPress Freshly Pressed posts for some time and have constantly been feeling that this could be an … Continue reading

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the first post, about me and this blog

I am going to publish here some notes on teaching English to adults, as well as on teacher training, and some of my own teaching experiences, opinions and findings. Hope you’ll be intertested and eager to discuss and/ or share … Continue reading

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