I'd like to branch out (IELTS again, CPE) and explore some new textbooks, different games and try and 'test' my students in more effective ways. The majority of my students will be taking exams (B2-C2) this year and I want to ensure that I can help them to be as prepared as possible.
This morning I finally wrapped up book 10 of 2018 - I have to admit, I'm feeling really proud of myself right now. This time last year I hadn't even picked up a single book. I was determined to read one book every day until the 15th of January but my mind's not been totally... Continue Reading →
Sky Song - by Abi Elphinstone My oh my! What a truly beautiful piece of art. This book contains so much more than just words. The magic within this book is dreams and love, friendship and bravery, family ties and determination. Whilst I rarely ever read books like this, because I'm completely obsessed with crime,... Continue Reading →
The Girl in the Ice by Robert Bryndza Wow! What a book! I bought this on my iPad sometime last year and just never got around to reading it. In all honesty, I don't like reading on tablets, etc. Real books ftw! Anyway, from the second page I was hooked! Erika Foster is brought back... Continue Reading →
When the Music's Over, by Peter Robinson My mum bought this book on our trip to Taiwan back in June of last year and she's only just put it down! I know my mum's too busy for reading, but I thought, 'that book must've been awful if it took her that long to read it!'... Continue Reading →