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In the Classroom: Scattergories

In the Classroom: Scattergories

If you try this activity , I’d love to hear how it goes for you- good, bad, suggestions etc. Leave me a comment below. Look forward to hearing from you! I’m back in the classroom (as of last week) and am quickly learning students  names and getting to know teachers whom I’m working with. This … Continue reading

A good life abroad. A little bubble.

A good life abroad. A little bubble.

Living in Spain and constantly hearing about the increasing unemployment rate makes me grateful for having a teaching job, courtesy of the Spanish government ministry of education language and cultural assistant’s program.  My monthly wages may not seem like much at 700 euros but it’s certainly enough to live- pay rent, pay bills, buy food, … Continue reading

In the ESL Classroom: Playing Charades

Today was a day for charades. The end of  Holy week (spring break) has marked the school year is near over and you know what this means; tired, uninterested students counting down the days for summer vacation. One of my funny students asked, “Can’t we just sleep in class.” He knows the answer but I … Continue reading