I decided to start with Unit 1, which is about health and fitness and features two different groups of people. If used accordingly, the issues you could raise with your students could be all or some of the following: disabilities, judgement, unemployment, friendship...
Book 20 of January. Book 20 of 2018. I picked this book up in Sainsburys for £3.99 the other day (yay for Sainsbury's books!) because I'd seen it on sooooo many peoples' book instagrams, in the shops and in the Waterstones newsletter. I couldn't keep 'not buying' it, right? I'm currently off work for two... Continue Reading →
Book 16 of 2018: Turtles all the way down, by John Green. After reading The Fault in our Stars last year and becoming completely obsessed with the story, I went on to read Paper Towns (then watch the movie) and then bought Will Grayson, Will Grayson. I am in love with the way John writes. I know he's... Continue Reading →
Book 17 of 2018: Camino Island 🌴 by John Grisham Well, well, well... I’ve heard a lot about Mr Grisham and his writing but this is the first book of his I’ve read. I can honestly say I wish I hadn’t had so much work to do this week because I didn’t want to put... Continue Reading →
I have another confession. I can't even remember why I bought this book... but I'm glad I did! Starting it on Monday, I couldn't quite get into it. I started it thinking I would use it for the Popsugar prompt: True crime, but the story isn't exactly based on the crime in question. It is... Continue Reading →