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Using Mystery for “Tell a Story Day”

Most students cannot resist a good mystery—it brings out their natural curiosity and inspires creativity. Mysteries can serve as great story starters for celebrating “Tell a Story Day” on April 27, 2014. 757 more words

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The Travel Mag of 2014

After a week on the topic of ‘Travel’ we decided to compile all that we’d learnt and pool together all talent to produce a travel brochure of sorts. 72 more words

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What the Heart Knows: More Poetry for April

I don’t often take a week off from blogging, but the end of the semester got away from me until I realized I almost let… 401 more words

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Today I have been stressing about Audio & Video Module…I have to write a lesson plan using the video mentioned in the assignment. I wonder if anyone else has done this module and could point me in the right direction?! 92 more words


More 'fun' with Used To

(To follow on from my previous lesson – here)

The day after I first introduced this grammar point I wanted to see how much of it had stuck and, more importantly, whether students could correctly use it in writing. 81 more words

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A TED-Ed Club connects with France and Cyprus!

I’ve been facilitating a TED-ED Club for the last five weeks, and maybe you’re asking yourself, what is a TED-Ed Club? You can read more about it here… 372 more words

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“Knock One out of the Park” with Baseball-Themed Lessons and Activities

Major League Baseball (MLB) season is underway across the country, and no matter which team you root for, baseball-themed activities provide a fun way to teach core skills. 621 more words

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