Handwriting

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There’s a lot of good vocabulary used here describing personality and character. As a nice writing exercise, use it to write an analysis of your own or someone else’s handwriting. https://visual.ly/what-does-your-handwriting-say-about-you

List of 100 Adverbs

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Adverbs can be very tricky to identify in the word formation exercise, as well as parts of collocations in the multiple choice exercise. It’s a good idea to review them. In speech, we tend not to use these words to such an extent, relying on adjectives wherever possible, so try and make a point of […]

Reading poems out loud for two or more voices

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Reading poems out loud for two or more voices So much educational practice is about fashion and buzzwords. Relatively little is about innovation. Most ‘new’ ideas are reworking of old ones. Adaptation is one the most useful skills to develop as a teacher. Activities and approaches may become outdated but that doesn’t always mean they […]

Worlds Apart

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Worlds Apart Activities for a short animated film. I have created a lot of lessons over the years using short animated films. Animation is engaging and visually stimulating and provides excellent materials for practicing a wide range of skills. The following lesson is one of my favourites. This lesson focuses on narrating events – Past […]