Category Archives: writing

Simply Writing!

Correcting Writing tasks could be a nightmare and this is why I am going to share here some useful articles that might be of great help when we face this situation: Keep calm! It is not only about your correction! … Continue reading

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How to … activities

This idea was inspired to me by this curious Have a lovely day! picture. I think there are plenty of similar examples online and I find them useful and students can even create their How to … lists!

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Creative writing

These are the activities I usually use for Creative Writing: Finish the sentence and continue the story. The magic box: take out some objects you previously put in a box and ask students to write a story with them. Guess … Continue reading

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Day 20: X-mas Quotes

If you need some inspiration fot the X-mas cards, I recommend these quotes!! “Christmas is a bridge. We need bridges as the river of time flows past. Today’s Christmas should mean creating happy hours for tomorrow and reliving those of … Continue reading

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Day 4: Christmas ecards

This 4th post is about Christmas ecards. You can find many examples online but you can also invent your own messages and send them to your beloved ones. I recommend this website but you can still google for more and choose … Continue reading

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Writing 5

Informative essays   More ideas Informative Essay Topics   A particular period of architecture Advances in education All about a favorite radio show All about your favorite vacation spot America’s fastest growing cities Ballroom dancing Basic economic principles Best locales … Continue reading

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Writing 4

  Topics for Opinion Essays 1. People attend college or university for many different reasons (for example, new experiences, career preparation, increased knowledge). Why do you think people attend college or university? Use specific reasons and examples to support your … Continue reading

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