10 signs that show you are a true EFL teacher.
I love movies and TV shows and I always recommend my students to watch as much in the original language they can, to use English subtitles, to watch youtube videos, TED talks, to immerse themselves in the language as much as they can. Nowadays, hundreds of movies and TV shows are available online and there … Continue reading Binge-Watch and Improve Your English: 5 Great TV Shows Available On Netflix
Work-life balance has been a buzzword for quite some time now, and I can't stress enough how important in the teaching profession it is not to work. If you want to be healthy, efficient, good at your job and happy at the same time, you have to learn to let go. To stop and take a … Continue reading The Importance Of Being a Relaxed Teacher.
It's been a while since I posted an article, created a worksheet or did anything even resembling work. Why? I needed a reboot. I love my work, the creativity of it, the relationships with my students that it brings, BUT, in order to enjoy it all and to be able to create, invent and teach … Continue reading Holiday Is Over, Back To Work ESL Teacher!
I love playing games. My students love playing games. You can learn a lot by playing games and it is so much fun. It is a total win-win and what is best, it doesn't require any preparation. You just grab the game and off you go, revising vocabulary, improving communication skills, fostering team spirit and … Continue reading 3 Board Games You Can Use In The Classroom.
Old English sæ meant "sheet of water, lake, pool." The meaning "dark area of the moon's surface." originates in the 17th century. I like the poetics hidden in the expression. The sea and the moon as eternal companions.
Do you want to cast spells like Harry Potter? You don't even need a wand. All you need is proper grammar!