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Summer and siesta time!!

This is another idea I have taken from an article about siesta I found on bbc. It is nice to have the debate focused on it if you have students from Spain or Italy, and if you do not, no … Continue reading

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Day 23: X-mas food festival

This post is about food and how to make the best of every day of Christmas! If you need some delicious ideas, have a look at this website! You can choose from plenty of recipes and you will find special … Continue reading

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Movie time, again. Alice in Wonderland (2010)   Director: Tim Burton Genre: Adventure | Family | Fantasy Stars: Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter Synopsis: Alice, an unpretentious and individual 19-year-old, is betrothed to a dunce of an English … Continue reading

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16 Shocking Predictions for 2016

I have just found this article and it really made me think that the topic could fit a Reading – Speaking activity.           What do you think?    

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Around the world…

Today’s blog post is about Christmas traditions and festivals around the world.   Ask your students about their favourite Christmas activity or if there is something special about this celebration in their family. Invite them to discover new countries and … Continue reading

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X-mas stories… Part 3

A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens   This is a must read of English literature and I couldn’t continue my X-mas stories series without mentioning it.   You can read it online. I hope you like the book and learn … Continue reading

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X-mas stories… Part 2

I love children’s books and this year I was glad to see that MOG  is the Christmas star of this winter holidays. If you don’t know Mog, let me introduce HER!!! She is Mog the Forgetful Cat, Judith Kerr’s hero this … Continue reading

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