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Halloween Teaching Resources


I'm not a great fan of "festivals" teaching in general, but this year my timetable has more young learner classes than usual and halloween is almost upon us, so here's what I managed to find to help you cook up... Continue Reading →

September 11th Teaching Resources


Inspired by a recent feature on The Guardian website, which invites readers to share their memories of where they were and what they were doing (click here for more detail), I was thinking about collating teaching resources on the topic... Continue Reading →

First Lesson or First Week Ideas


Back in July I posted a selections of 20 ideas and activities that might be worth trying out as you get to know your new classes this school year - and since then there've been a couple of additional ideas... Continue Reading →

The disabled access friendly world blog challenge: Creature Discomforts


Following on from the recent blog challenge on raising awareness of disability access issues, I came across the Leonard Cheshire Disability campaign whilst watching Shaun the Sheep dvds with my daughter. The campaign is called "Creature Discomforts" and has very... Continue Reading →

Habitat for Humanity: Lesson Plans


I'll be honest, I don't really know much about Habitat for Humanity. ¬†I'm mentioning them here because they posted a comment under one of the blog posts and I just went and took a quick look at their site. They... Continue Reading →

State of the World’s Mothers 2011 Statistics and Facts – Save the Children


State of the World's Mothers 2011 Statistics and Facts - Save the Children¬†- thanks to Greg Fuller for posting this on facebook..... There's a lot of information here and obviously the most interesting thing for any class to do would... Continue Reading →

Oil Stories


The Guardian newspaper recently ran a series of short stories related to oil, as part of a project to commemorate the one year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon disaster - (see BBC story for background). Called "Oil Stories", the Guardian... Continue Reading →

Brave New World among top 10 books Americans most want banned


Brave New World among top 10 books Americans most want banned | Books | guardian.co.uk. This is a slightly misleading and somewhat patronising view of American life, when you consider, as the article states, that this list is based on... Continue Reading →

Online Teaching Tool: Fakebook(s)


Anna Pires of IH Braga gave a brilliant seminar at the recent IH Portugal training day called "If you can't beat them, join them!" where she looked at the ways that our learners interact with technology in their daily lives... Continue Reading →

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