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

Look + Listen

  AFTER years of simply writing everything onto the board in chalk, and not having labels to take from class to class, I'm seriously upping my game this school year. It was in class with one of my Co-Teachers, after greatly admiring her sub-heading labels, that I decided to make my own set. Not sure… Continue reading Look + Listen

EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT!

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!

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.