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Why You Need to Stop Apologising for Your Imperfect Language

Oh, this is terrible! I haven’t written anything in two months. So many things have happened recently that I want to write about, including visiting castles and watching Easter parades, and I hope that I will be able to do it. I actually have a whole list of half-finished drafts on my page. Life and Read More

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How to Survive a Conversation Class

For many newly-certified and inexperienced ESL teachers, the thought of giving a conversation class can often be a daunting, if not downright terrifying, thought. It certainly was for me when I first started teaching. What will we talk about? How will I make it last one hour? What if we run out of things to Read More

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Teaching Italians

So, what’s it like teaching Italians, you wonder? Well, that all depends on where you end up in the country and at what kind of school you end up teaching at. Italian kids can be pretty unruly, especially for us Brits. Their idea of discipline is very different. Now, I’m not saying it’s good or Read More