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I bow to those who teach and who work!

I can’t work. I’ve recently been trying it again. I ignored the chaos of clutter in my house, for a breath of what the world now is all about. 197 more words

Hundreds of pupils in England ‘on track towards fluency’ in Mandarin as second year of Mandarin Excellence Programme Begins

Hundreds of school pupils in England are on track towards fluency in Mandarin Chinese as part of a national language learning initiative which starts its second year this term. 652 more words


TEFL & Tapas #4: Back to School

Being a language assistant (or Auxiliar de Conversacion) is so weird. Good, but weird. In my first class, I had no idea what to do with my face or my body. 699 more words


Frank, Oak Park

“…all the sunny weather here. I know, living in Melbourne, that is a hard thing for people to understand, but if you lived in Germany or central Pennsylvania where most days it’s going to be cloudy or raining or snowing, it’s really very different and very positive…” 3,077 more words

Autumn celebration and thought about teaching

Autumn keeps being my favourite season, with its flamboyant colours, and its connection with school’s start. As a kid, I loved the beginning of school, with all the new books, pens, pencils, the lofty mountain of knowledge ready to be presented to me. 234 more words


31 Days of Feasting on Theology: Ekklesia

Gentle Reader,

Ekklesia: Greek word commonly translated as “church.” A group of “called out” ones. The collection of diverse people belonging to the family of God, bought and adopted by the death and resurrection of Christ. 62 more words


Breaking Out Of The House Of Pharaoh.

As a child Moses was discovered and delivered from genocide by Pharaoh’s daughter. He was raised up in the palace and became known as a prince in Egypt. 1,563 more words