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Now I know my ABC!

On Thursday, Nov 19, Grade 1 students finally finished learning all the ABC in English!

The students started learning the ABC at the beginning of the school year, and I tried to make it easier by dividing the ABC into 3 groups before finally studying them all. 266 more words

Their World

Let's Count!

Students of Grade 5 had their first class on English numbers today! Our objective was to properly count and write numbers from 1-10 in English! 177 more words

Syrian Refugees

Describing Scenery with Adjectives and Descriptive Language

The first photo I shared in week 3 of #nostalgicnovember was taken in New Zealand. Spread across a bright green, rolling hillside were thousands of off-white dots. 1,121 more words


Teaching and Terrorism

Emotions and thoughts have been swirling through my mind since I heard about the acts of terrorism in Paris this past weekend. Paris is a city I love dearly, having lived there for over a year in my mid-twenties and returning many times to visit.   754 more words

SO versus TOO: What's the same? What's different?

Welcome to the beginning of clarity on a topic that confuses many, many people.  

so and too

You are definitely not alone if this is what you look like when trying to understand the similarities  and differences between “so” and “too” and understand how to use the words correctly. 954 more words


Let's Talk Culinary Experiences + #nostalgicnovember

You read the title, so you know what we’re about to do! But first, I’d like you to close your eyes and imagine the most delicious dish  864 more words


Annotated Bibliography - Week 10

Mills, K. a. (2010). A Review of the “Digital Turn” in the New Literacy Studies. Review of Educational Research, 80(2), 246–271.

New Literacy Studies, specifically digital contexts, was the topic of this review of empirical studies by Mills.  561 more words