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December Challenge – Day 3

This Challenge is about AMAZING ALPHABETS! All you have to do is: click the word: ALPHABETS read the article discover new things about these alphabets try to be grateful for using a different alphabet that is 1000 times easier to … Continue reading

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December Challenge – Day 2

For Day 2, I am going to use another Challenge! This time, it is about QUIZZES on http://www.sporcle.com! Click the word:  HOLIDAY QUIZ and do the Quiz! If you want, share your score as a comment to this blog entry! Thanks! … Continue reading

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December Challenge – Day 1

December is one of the favourite months of the year, so let’s make it even more special! I was thinking to use an Advent Calendar of activities for my students and this year I am going to use some flashcards … Continue reading

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CAS: Prepositions

Game time!!! Team games are fun, too!     source

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Reflection pills: Early Childhood Intervention and the Power of Family

  Reflection pill: early intervention and family   In Central Asia and Eastern Europe, 31 thousand children under the age of 3 live in institutions. A child with a disability is 17 times more likely to be institutionalized. Early childhood … Continue reading

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CAS: Do You Speak Emoji?

Do you use Emojis? This is an interesting post about emojis!! Translate These Well-Known Quotes  

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CAS: Present Simple and Present Continuous

Using pictures or videos can be easier to teach Grammar and tenses!   I am going to use these one in the next days with my new students! I can engage them speaking and also invite them to use their … Continue reading

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