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Present Progressive Go Fish

As a language teacher, I’m always trying to find ways for my students to practice English in an interactive and interesting way. This activity is a card game which gets students to practice asking questions in the present progressive. 26 more words



“Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent.” –Ludwig Wittgenstein

Or not. We use words that have no meaning all the time. Like our homunculus here. 432 more words

Barrier Games

A barrier game is a simple yet effective way of targeting many language goals at home.  You will need two pieces of paper, some sort of barrier (a book or folder work well), and something to draw with. 147 more words

Speech Therapy

Transgressive Determinism. Drunken Risibility.

Transgression: though used or starting to be used putatively in academic discourses (Even the Sokal hoax had this term as an ingredient in the essay), it could variously stand for inter-disciplinarity/cross-disciplinarity or cross-pollenization. 197 more words


Kahoot- Language Quiz

What is the better way of testing pupils’ understanding on something? Of course using Quiz. So, do you want to use the traditional, boring quiz with your pupils or do you want to motivate them with an interactive quiz. 56 more words


Language Barriers, and Cognitive Grasping.

Well, another month has just about passed, and I spent another week in the wonderful place called the behavioral health unit, locally.  ‘Twas roughly the last week of Sept in which it occurred, but specific details will be withheld.  518 more words

Philosophical Musings