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At The Restaurant: ESL Pair Work and Role Play Lesson.

Not everyone can cook, but we all love food. It is a perfect conversation topic and even the shy students usually come out of their shells (seafood pun) when you ask them about their favourite food. 138 more words

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Those Places Thursday: Access the Minnesota State Census for Free

I’m currently trying to fill in some gaps in a client’s family tree – and made a helpful discovery. If you want to your Luxembourg ancestor using the Minnesota state census, you don’t have to pay for… 23 more words

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ESL Role Play Worksheet: Travel/Holidays

There is no such thing as enough role play activities and worksheets! I’ve recently gone over Travel vocabulary with my Intermediate and Upper Intermediate students and I love doing these speaking activities at the end of the lesson. 55 more words


3 Board Games You Can Use In The Classroom.

I love playing games. My students love playing games. You can learn a lot by playing games and it is so much fun. It is a total win-win and what is best, it doesn’t require any preparation. 327 more words

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Community Survey Results

We created a community survey using Survey Monkey and also had it available on paper for people who stopped in the library and were willing to fill it out. 355 more words


Spiritual Gifts and the Leadership Assessments

There are different kinds of gifts, but the same Spirit distributes them. There are different kinds of service, but the same Lord.” – 1 Cor 12:4 NIV… 23 more words


#MySciComm: Shane Hanlon

This week, Shane Hanlon responds to the #MySciComm questions!

Shane is a science communicator, recovering ecologist, science-policy advocate, educator, and storyteller. He’s teaches scicomm for… 649 more words

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