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How to Create Rapport & Make Classroom Management Easy..

Creating a positive feeling between you and your students is a very basic building block for successful teaching. With a good rapport, even the most difficult students will bend to your will. Without it, even good kids will act out... Continue Reading →

How Does a Teacher Have ‘Presence’ in the Classroom?

Lots of people talk about effective teachers as having a mysterious 'X-factor' which gives them special powers when presenting in a classroom. That's a bit sad, though, because it kind of means that you either have it or you don't,... Continue Reading →

Idioms.. Free Downloadable E-Book!

American English Website - Download Free E-book of Idioms! Thank you American English for this great free download. A book of idioms with explanations to be used in your classroom. These are great for expanding the everyday language knowledge of... Continue Reading →

Thifty Ideas for English Classroom Decor…

As a teacher, one of the items you tick off in your appraisal each year is the ability to create a welcoming and inviting classroom environment. When I walk down the halls of my school, I sometimes wonder where my... Continue Reading →

Know Your Mission: Finding Purpose in Your Life & Work as a Teacher..

Staying in touch with the reasons you became a teacher is one of the best ways to ensure you don't get jaded and lose your enthusiasm in the rigmarole and bureaucracy of teaching life. Over time, people tend to see... Continue Reading →

4 Reasons You May Have Lost Student Confidence & Engagement in Your Secondary Classroom..

Teenagers can be notoriously fickle creatures when it comes to creating a lasting bond and getting the best out of them - both for your class and for their learning. One minute you're everyone's best friend, and the next, you're... Continue Reading →

The Liebster Award 2018 – Nomination

The Liebster Award 2017 is an award that exists only on the internet and is given to bloggers by other bloggers. The earliest case of the award goes as far back as 2011. Liebster in German means 'sweetest, kindest, nicest,... Continue Reading →

Free Resource – Hints for Teaching Common Tricky Words to Teenagers

tricky-words-for-year-10-students    > CLICK ON LINK TO DOWNLOAD FREE This document goes through some of the most commonly mispelled and confused words, and gives tips on how to teach kids to remember which word is which. Looks at: There/ they're/ their... Continue Reading →

First Impressions Count… in Your Classroom..

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