STILL the demise of my USB haunts me. In the blink of an eye my original blackboard labels were gone and my original drawings are hidden away - I tidied, a foolish thing to do, I know! SO I had to go back to the drawing board, quite literally. Let me introduce you to the… Continue reading Toast and the Gang (and a baseball…)
HELLO on a Thursday! I'm switching it up a little, and adding a second post during the week. Monday posts will remain teaching related, and Thursday posts will range from travel, to cooking, to books. I'm kicking off my Thursday posts with my first Reading Nook. JANUARY was a pretty thin reading month for me,… Continue reading The Reading Nook | One
I am beyond thankful that Google Drive exists. Thanks to this marvellous piece of technology, and the need to send some large files and power points to friends, I didn't lose all my resources in USB gate, January 2017. As I was rummaging through everything to see what I could salvage, I was relieved when… Continue reading I Know What Camps You Did Last Summer!
I'M sure it is a surprise to no one that when it come to teaching a language, textbooks can sometimes leave you lacking. Be that grammar, content or motivation, it makes our job an awful lot harder. This year, after talking to my Co-Teacher, I have a year long project that I'm going to attempt… Continue reading EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT!
LAST week, tragedy struck. I go to back up my usb, it's about time, it's been a while. Imagine the horror when I can't locate it on the computer. It's plugged in, but it's not being recognised. Long story short, that's a substantial amount of work lost! But I rallied, and turned it into a… Continue reading Balls, Bombs and Unicorns.