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

Wonderland Camp | 2

THERE has been so much trial and error involved in getting the teacup craft right! It's been quite the challenge! INITIALLY, I had my heart set on this teacup from Next To Nix and made a mock-up using my altered version of the pattern that I'll included here: Adaptation of Next To Nix Teacup. This… Continue reading Wonderland Camp | 2

Extra Class Material | The Spelling Test

SPELLING tests are so useful for students and teachers. The students are challenged and the teachers can assess how well a class is taking in information. Of course, I'm sure you already know this! I use spelling tests a little differently. My aim, in every spelling test, is to ensure that no student ever gets… Continue reading Extra Class Material | The Spelling Test

Wonderland Camp | 1

EDIT: As of Friday May 12th, this post has been updated to included additional photo booth props. Read the post for more.  I promised more camp materials before the summer vacation arrived and I'm horribly behind with posts, so here is part 1 of my Alice in Wonderland Camp preparation. I'm hoping that this will… Continue reading Wonderland Camp | 1

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!