I love new beginnings, and you? Today is the last summer day, and a lot of new classes and courses are starting on September 1st. All these lessons are the chances of the new beginnings. There are actually 2 kinds … Continue reading
Everybody around is talking and writing about “back to school” stuff…well, this year I’m not having this “back to school” feeling – but still, I’ve been thinking about a good material suitable for a talk about how the students spent … Continue reading
Some background. – Scott Thornbury on his Spanush. a very interesting experiment!
Have finally finished teaching notes for the Leadership worksheet. Couldn’t help improving and rewriting the Leadership worksheet, so here it is again, updated and upgraded! Now there is a follow-up section too! lesson share leadership Teachers notes leadership Related articles … Continue reading
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Alex Case’s guide to modern online TEFL style.
this is going to be an interesting journey indeed! Scott Thornbury’s new blog, and hist experience with Spanish! The (de-) fossilization diaries.
I’d like to share with you one of my favourites: a puzzle on English tenses system. Works great with men, or at least with people who have analytical mindset, and with people who appreciate clear structures. It’s very simple – … Continue reading
When I bought a tablet PC (oh my, I don’t know how I had lived before!), I also started a collection of pictures for ELT. Every time I came across an interesting picture, I stored it onto my tablet. There … Continue reading
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As I have already mentioned, the feedback I got from the editor in ELTteacher2writer (Eltteacher2writer.com) was highly constructive, and it contained a lot of positive comments which was of course very pleasant to read. As for the critisism, it was … Continue reading
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