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  • First Lesson or First Week Ideas

    Back in July I posted a selections of 20 ideas and activities that might be worth trying out as you get to know your new classes this school year – and since then there’ve been a couple of additional ideas to throw into the mix: First Lesson Ideas / Warmers First Lesson: Find Nobody Who… First Lesson: I don’t know what you did last ...
    Posted to teflgeek (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 9, 2011
  • First Lesson: Find Nobody Who…

    This is an alternative approach to the inevitable “what did you do on your holidays” conversation.   Many first lesson activities and ideas are based on the premise that nobody knows anybody else but often the students in your classes have come up through the levels together and the only new person in the group is you… It should also combat those ...
    Posted to teflgeek (Weblog) by Anonymous on September 1, 2011
  • The disabled access friendly world blog challenge: Creature Discomforts

    Following on from the recent blog challenge on raising awareness of disability access issues, I came across the Leonard Cheshire Disability campaign whilst watching Shaun the Sheep dvds with my daughter. The campaign is called “Creature Discomforts” and has very similar aims to the blog challenge – namely to get people to think about the way ...
    Posted to teflgeek (Weblog) by Anonymous on June 29, 2011
  • State of the World’s Mothers 2011 Statistics and Facts – Save the Children

    State of the World’s Mothers 2011 Statistics and Facts – Save the Children - thanks to Greg Fuller for posting this on facebook….. There’s a lot of information here and obviously the most interesting thing for any class to do would be to pull out all the statistics that relate to their country and decide whether or not they agree with them, why, ...
    Posted to teflgeek (Weblog) by Anonymous on May 10, 2011