Weekly round up, let's have a looksie.
History and Escapism
|Let's go mental in the Sahara|
If you're thinking of going to Morocco for the Easter Break, then an article on Art of Backpacking titled Spanish Exclaves in Morocco by Maria Laborde, might tempt you to check out Melilla and Ceuta as well. (Photo by yotut)
If Thailand is on your list of places to teach English then it might be worth reading the latest The Great Escape on Ajarn.
In the classroom
I went to an amazing session about tweaking your dull lessons with Chris Rolan last Friday. I was in stitches for most of the hour and Chris had some brilliant activities for young learners. Have a look at his website chrisroland.net and also his site for tips and activities on how to teach young learners regandlellow.com.
I'm in the process of studying for the DELTA, possibly to start this August. I've found Scott Thornbury's website to be extremely useful. His latest blog; I is for Imitation is a great read.
If you're interested in finding out about new Teaching techniques then an article about Use Recall Analyse by Alex Case on TEFL NET is worth having a bash at.
Check out last week's Top TEFL blog posts if you want some more inspiration.
Labels: DELTA, life in the classroom, morocco, scott thornbury, TEFL Thailand, Top TEFL blogs