ESL | The Open Class

WORKING in a public school in Korea means that once a year, in the run up to your contract renewal, you will face your open class. I've done 4 now, 3 of my own and 1 with my Co-Teacher at the time. I quite enjoy open classes, and in this post I'm going to share… Continue reading ESL | The Open Class

Blossoms and Jigsaws

I promised a second PPT games post way back when I wrote the last one. It took me longer than planned, but finally they are here ! Telepathy Game THE first is this Telepathy Game template. Spring is arriving here and by the time this post goes up, the cherry blossoms should all be in… Continue reading Blossoms and Jigsaws

Stay Away From The Snakes!

PREVIOUSLY, I posted a number of PPT games that I like to use in classes, but now I'm turning to the more traditional board game, and a classic at that. I remember playing hours and hours of snakes and ladders as a child - I have no idea if the board is still at home,… Continue reading Stay Away From The Snakes!

I Know What Camps You Did Last Summer!

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!

Balls, Bombs and Unicorns.

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.