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Unique Sports and Sports Vocabulary

A listening and speaking activity based on a youtube video titled “5 Sports You’ve Never Heard Of”

Includes vocabulary related to the video and a quick oral activity using the verbs “play, go, and do” with sports words. 8 more words

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This is a piece I wrote for my 12th-grade English class, I had to choose a theme from the book of my choice, which is 1984, and write a theme statement about it, warning you while your ahead.

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Listening Comprehension- Swearing

A listening comprehension exercise based on a TEDx video about swearing. This one would probably be most appropriate for 3rd ESO and above (I used it for 3rd ESO). 33 more words

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Have you read MacBeth? Who Cares? Have you SEEN MacBeth?

My favorite Shakespeare troupe, the KL Shakespeare Players, bring back their delightful Shakespeare Demystified series to penangpac starting this Thursday evening. I’ve caught many of their fun renditions over the years, and I’m sure this one will be up to the challenge of presenting the Bard’s ┬áMacBETH in relevant and understandable ways for the modern audience. 308 more words

The letter T.

There is only one class during my academic career where I had to pull myself out of an F.

It was a high school English class, of all classes. 447 more words

A To Z Challenge

American Sports

A video-heavy (it is sports, after all) presentation of some common American sports (football, NASCAR, lacrosse, baseball) with explanations of the rules and the importance of these sports to American culture. 52 more words


The end is near!

As the end of the semester quickly approaches, I find myself swamped with proposals, papers, and projects. Scanning my to-do list I realized not only do I have several papers to complete, but I’ve also been behind a little on my blog posts for class! 751 more words