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refugees learning English with a ball game to help them relax

Any teachers taking culturally diverse classes will tell you to be careful.

Refugees may be feeling vulnerable, shy and fragile. A simple question such as "Where are you from?" may result in floods of tears. There may also be tensions between students with cultural...

31 Dec Shelley Vernon No Comments
penpals writing letters to practise English

* Using pen pals to exchange with students abroad can be motivational and fun for children learning English.

Children do not generally receive post, so it can be quite a thrill for them to receive good-old-fashioned letters and cards through the mail. Schemes can be set up with...

14 Jun Shelley Vernon 1 Comment
carol singers in front of a house

Hello, The Christmas holidays and coming soon and a well-earned rest for teachers. There's just time before the end of term for this charming Christmas story. Teach your pupils about Christmas in our culture. It's fun and interesting to learn about other cultures and the special days...

16 Dec Shelley Vernon No Comments

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