Monthly Archives: May 2016

Invisible vs. visible

  I liked this article and I guess it could be used at the end of the school year, too.   Steve Spangler Science has created the perfect welcome back to school science kit for teachers.   ps: use this … Continue reading

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The Picture of Dorian Gray – Novel by Oscar Wilde

Answer the following questions with 2/3 lines each:   What did Dorian Gray wish when he saw his finished portrait? Why? What was Dorian Gray´s first evil act? Why did he do it? Who was James Vane? What was his … Continue reading

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Solve this one!!

One snowy night, Sherlock Holmes was in his house sitting by a fire. All of a sudden a snowball came crashing through his window, breaking it. Holmes got up and looked out the window just in time to see three … Continue reading

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Mystery teasers

I love them and I share here my favourite website! Enjoy them! Use them in class! They are quite challenging!   This link is amazing!!              

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This website offers useful tools for the teachers. I know it is almost summer time and holidays are on the corner, but teaching never ends.   extra here:

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Fun activities: fluency versus accuracy

I try to record here a set of activities for my Speaking classes, that involve grammar practice. These are activities that can be easily adapted, so I will copy and paste any activity I find appropriate for this set:   … Continue reading

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teacher-centred vs learner-centred lesson

How do you engage your students speaking in English? How would you describe a lesson in which your students are to practise ordering things in a café, using a recorded dialogue as a model? If our aim is to make our … Continue reading

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