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Making Shakespeare fun

Let me make it clear from the start that this is a blatant advert for the “playing with plays” series that I stumbled across on twitter.     I’ll set the scene, I teach in a French speaking secondary school … Continue reading

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49 ways to Teach like a Champion – a book review

I’m a sucker for motivational teaching books, such as the brilliant Teaching Like a Champion by Doug Lemov and Norman Atkins. This may have something to do with the not-so motivational atmosphere in our staffroom. After spending break-time avoiding the mood hoovers … Continue reading

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Professional Development for Language Teachers – A book review

As part of my reading list for my M.A. TESOL I have just finished reading this book. I found it an interesting and thought provoking read. The book is split into 12 chapters, including workshops, self-monitoring,keeping a teaching journal, peer … Continue reading

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