February... what a strange month you were. I am not sorry to say goodbye and I’m extremely excited for March. The daffodils, baby lambs being born and the sun shining more frequently. It’s just what we need after 11.5 months of lockdown! I’ve been working hard and trying to keep up with my goals -... Continue Reading →
I have taught numerous C1 students before but they have all had areas to improve on, whether it’s speaking confidence, perfect tenses or articles. But in all honesty, this lovely lad makes very few errors.
If you do your homework, or at least try, your teacher will be able to see if you have understood it correctly or if you need some more help.
Having to give my boss my cringey password so she could log in and tell my students my internet was down. Then scrambling to change all of my passwords. (To be honest, after 7 years, I was due an update - woops!)
As an extremely new teacher, it’s sometimes difficult to come up with classroom ideas, especially as I don’t have a draw full of back-up ideas or past teaching plans. Sometimes, common sense is fairly useful – things like, ‘you can only have 5 things on a desert island, what do you take?’ or ‘students must... Continue Reading →