For upper-intermediate to advance learners of English. Have you ever tried learning or keeping up to a language by reading a children’s book and retelling the story? If not, you should. Sue Where the wild things are. Where The Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak. “The night Max wore his wolf suit and made mischief of one […]
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Book: The Gruffalo Author Julia Donaldson Illustrator: Axel Scheffler Publisher: Puffin Books Learning target: animals and body descriptions in English. Age: 5 (not afraid child) on + The Gruffalo is a rhyming story for children written by the English author Julian Donaldson. You can meet the author here.…
Level: B2 + Grammar: present perfect continuous Aim: to reflect about difficult situations we may have and how to reach for help. “Leave a Light On” has a rather personal meaning to you, too. Can you tell us about the inspiration and story behind the song? Yeah, I wrote it about a friend of mine […]
Online courses Are you considering studying online? What holds you back? Technology phobia? Lack of confidence in the modality? Love for physical contact with teachers and students? Many things may be moving us against the online teaching modality. But, think twice. It doesn’t change much. Online you still have a teacher. Online you still have […]
Being a language teacher is not going to make you rich. Unless you open a youtube channel and become a celebrity. Nonetheless, it is surely a job that will bring you some good moments of joy and lots of frustrations. I have always enjoyed being a teacher and had ups and downs in doing so.
It’s been three years since I last entered a classroom to teach big groups as I used to. Of course, I miss it a lot. To deal with that gap in my career after the birth of my daughter and after moving to France I became a mom-teacher. My little daughter had no option. I […]