Christopher and I met because of social media and a bit of luck. One of us liked a post or wrote left one another a comment and the next thing … Continue reading 50 Zero Preparation Games: A guide by Christopher Walker you need to get right away!
Take a few seconds to think about your daily routine at work. If you’re a teacher, you probably go to your school, get into the teachers’ room where you might … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Flip Your English Classroom
Striking a balance between extensive and minimal use of technology in the language learning classroom is paramount to learner progress and sense of achievement. Jaqui Murraw”s thirteen reasons for using … Continue reading High or Low-tech? A collaboration with Stephan Hughes on how to teach it and (or not) tech it
Hello, everyone! Hope you’re having a great Monday so far. As I know nobody really likes Monday and some of you might be using Richmond’s English ID 3, here’s the … Continue reading English ID 3, Unit 3: A Lesson Plan with Authentic Materials about traveling and cities
Much has been discussed about ways of tapping into the 21st-century skills in the classroom. Sure we want our students to think critically and creatively, to communicate and to collaborate … Continue reading 6 fun games that promote Autonomy, Choice, and Engagement – my ACE concept
Hi there! I hope you’re having fun with your students in this second week of classes. I’m having fun but I have to admit they are a little uninspired and … Continue reading Food Vocabulary + THERE TO BE Lesson Plan for CEFR-A2