Monthly Archives: January 2014

a perfect homework: what is it like?

should all our students get homework? Even the busiest (and the laziest) ones? I am sure they should. Let’s see: if a student comes to class 2 times a week and doesn’t  get (or doesn’t do) any homework, that’s all … Continue reading

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How to learn any language in six months: Chris Lonsdale at TEDxLing

  absolutely great talk on what you should do to FINALLY learn a language! I can relate to almost every word he says. Should be shown to any language learner…

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using newspapers – featured blog of the month

Hurray! My blog has become featured blog of December!!!

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#TeachingEnglish  My post on using newspapers in class has been shortlisted! Please vote if you like it too! at TeachingEnglish Facebook page

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