Let's see what the world of TEFL brings us this week.
Fancy chatting about Mars to your students?
Have a look at this post on Free technology for teachers about A short history of Mars exploration for some interactive goodies. Photo by Kevin Dooley.
Onomatopoeia words for your EFL classes
Words that imitate sounds are always a giggle in class. Check out this article on blended mec titled 10 onomatopoeic words for writing and everyday use for some useful vocabulary.
Every learner has learnt a lesson, or two, but this article titled 10 lessons learned from learners is worth a butchers. I particularly like the one about a teacher who called a students mum to say how well they were doing. Never happened to me.
Me too, and by the looks of this Beatles mania post so is Eva. There are some great links to Beatles' songs, stories about the Beatles, and song facts.
London Olympics Use of English
It's almost over, but we can still squeeze some more out of the London Olympics. Have a look at this Olympics use of English on A muse amuses.
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