Monthly Archives: September 2017

Interview with Lorna Wing about autism

She is the major contributor in the field of Autism and the founding member of The National Autistic Society. She is Lorna Wing and Prof. Christopher Gillberg talks to her  about her thoughts on autism. This interview is from our … Continue reading

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New blogS (posts) 2017-2018

This school year I am going to work with 2nd and 3rd of ESO, so these are going to be my blogs. I will use Feel English, too for activities and tips that are not directly related to … Continue reading

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Using technologies

My first unit is about Technologies and I found this video quite surprising! It really describes us and our society, perhaps this is the Digital Cocaine Age! Use the video with your students and ask them reflect on the use … Continue reading

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Guessing activity

This is an example for a Speaking activity to be done at the beginning of the school year. Use different pictures and students have to ask questions. They review at the same time grammar and vocabulary.         … Continue reading

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Puzzles are a great resource for our classes, so try to use them. There are many puzzle generators online!

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Getting to know y/our students – activities

My favourite activities are: My life in numbers! You can add up to 3 or 5 numbers and must write sentences about them. For example: 24-13-33-2017-1; 24th is my birthday! 2 Truths and 2 Lies! Students should ask the class … Continue reading

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The Lumineers – “Flapper Girl”

The song tells a story set in the 1920s. Most of us will recognize the time as the “Jazz Age”, when wealth was in abundance and modern American culture began forming. Before then was WW1, which lasted 1912-1918. The leading … Continue reading

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