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Guangzhou II

Typically hasty with an initial judgment, a post I wrote about Guangzhou the first time I visited was based largely on a metro exit populated by the homeless and horribly deformed of the city, and was therefore a rather negative interpretation. 461 more words


The 12 Best Outdoor ESL/EFL Games

Outdoor games are a great way to motivate your students. Bring out your students fun or competitive spirits with relays, skipping rope and ball games. 1,365 more words

Global Research

Global Research is a Montreal-based website that has:

“news articles, commentary, background research and analysis on a broad range of issues, focussing on social, economic, strategic and environmental processes.”

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Student-Centred Teaching

Student-Centred Teaching or Student-Centred Learning is a term which has been around for a number of years now. I do not know who coined the term but I have found publications which use it dated back to the 1990′s. 108 more words


More Reaction GIFs for the ESL Classroom

I’ve written about using reaction GIFs in the classroom before, but a few collections recently caught my eye.  A reaction GIF is a small, animated image that typically summarizes a mood or feeling more quickly or succinctly than words can.  306 more words


kerproof.com, a useful resource for using ICTs in class

The importance of using ICTs in our English lessons is essential. Teenagers are no longer distant from computers and tablets, and we cannot only teach by using traditional resources like books. 165 more words


Next Stop Thailand

Thanks to WordPress blogger Cornish Kylie, I found out about a great school in Thailand in a small village called Kapong in the province of Phang Nga on Thailand’s west coast. 187 more words