What can English teachers learn about GEPIK by looking at their Japanese counterpart, the JET programme?
An intermediate Easy Reader version of “The Final Problem” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, which can be used with younger readers or ESL students.
“I’m so curious, yeah!” Taking advantage of a growing interest in Arthur Conan Doyle among my students, I’ve made after school lessons based on Sherlock!
My theory with summer camp (and all my lessons really) is go big or go home.
How exactly do you explain to your students that some of their culture’s beliefs is actually seen as racism to the rest of the world? Carefully.
Using movies in the class can be really fun, so long as you’re using them for the right reasons.
This pokemon may be small, but it has nuclear weapons as an attack. The best “…What?” moment I’ve had with accents this week.
Having now taught at four different public schools, I have a pretty solid routine for my introduction lesson.
My punishments might not be cruel, but they’re definitely unusual.
Having dealt with both now, Rebecca dissects the two different ways to get into the public education system in Asia, with their pros and cons.
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