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Where he at now?

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That’s the question on a

How did English become the Global Language?

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One of the things I did today was comment on Scott Thornbury’s blog post,

Royal Society Journal Archives

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Shortening all the words

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Lucy Jones, “Ralph Fiennes blames Twitter for ‘eroding’ language“,

Social and Emotional Curriculum

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Feelings and Emotions Matching Activity

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What Have They Done?

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Daily Routines Flashcards

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Present Perfect: 3 Forms

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Farm Animals Worksheet

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Twitter linguistics

Originally published on languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu.

I have a piece in today’s

How to Teach the Halloween Lesson

Originally published on busyteacher.org.

Themed classes can always be fun and even help the class think of something else other than learning a language.
Focusing on topics might spark a certain interest, and this can help in letting the language itself flow. Holidays such as Easter, Christm … [Read more…]

About Newsademic

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CELTA as a teaching refresher

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My name is Ania and I am 29 years old. I was born and now live in Wroclaw in Poland. I graduated from Teacher Training College in Wroclaw. This school provided me with the essential knowledge on methodology and gave me an opportunity to develop teaching skills during many hours of practical classes. After obtaining my B.A. Degree and Teacher Training College Diploma in 2005 I did postgraduate studies in translation and received my MA degree in translation in 2008. [Read more…]

Invaluable teaching aid

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Sydney toughens up English rules

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China at the chalkface

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