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school kids doing a flashmob in the school yard

In a bit of a panic a teacher asked me how to handle the request of her school director to produce a show with 60 kids. The director wanted all the kids to be involved together in a big finale.

The solution could be to do a flashmob. To make it relevant to English class, choose...

17 Jul Shelley Vernon No Comments
african kids at a school in uniform

Are you going abroad to teach English? How exciting! The chance to discover a new culture and enrich your life with new experiences and challenges.

You may be heading for a place where the classrooms have no doors, the windows have no glass panes and there is no heating or...

31 Jul Shelley Vernon 1 Comment
bored, tired language students learning passively

Have you tried being a language student lately?

Share the stage!

Many teachers give teacher-centered lessons or lectures. The teacher is animated, talking, explaining, and writing on the board. In the meantime, the students are sitting, listening passively. Sitting for...

09 Jul Shelley Vernon 2 Comments

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