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How to Closely Analyse a Poem (and keep exam boards happy) #2 Edward Thomas’ ‘The Sun Used to Shine’

Having declared in my review of one year of blogging that I wanted to include more about teaching literature, I am posting some examples of the type of essay required by OCR exam board in module F661 (see also… 1,500 more words

Close Analysis Of Poetry

Brett Wittinglsow

Brett Wittinglsow

The Black Diamond

RMIT University, Master of Architecture, Graduate Project 2011

Antonia Bruns Memorial Medal

Supervisors: Michael Spooner & Melanie Dodd

The township of Korumburra, located in southeast Victoria, is an endeavour by its people.

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Teacher's Day!

With September 5 observed as Teacher’s Day in India, just round the corner, let me take the privilege to drop a note on the dignified and equally phenomenal art of teaching. 748 more words

Diary Of A Young Writer

This Is Believe: Reading and Writing

As I walked into Dr. Miller’s Theory and Practice of Teaching Writing class, I was worried that this would be one of those classes where we would learn how to properly construct an essay or a research paper. 453 more words

First Day of School in Asia: Where Teaching Meets ComiCon

Never has it been so professional to wear a cape and a crown to your first day on the job.

In Asia, English teachers often dress up in costume to welcome students on their first day of school. 109 more words


Four Aces for Improving the Quality of Teaching #rEdScot

Having been kindly invited to speak at ResearchEd in Glasgow I’m possibly in danger of being drummed out of the conference by suggesting being research informed is simply not enough.  1,179 more words


Anne reblogged this on reflectedd and commented:

I am so pleased to read an article written by somebody who clearly has deeper wisdom, that is, experience backed by research, data and feedback. At last!!!

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