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Saturday, November 28, 2015

GoNoodle for younger learners

Have you ever had a tired or lazy student who is uninterested in your lesson? GoNoodle might have the answer. This website can get your students up and moving and motivated.  Check out the video and web links below.

What should I write in my lesson plan?

Have you ever asked this question? Maybe this post from the TEFL Academy can help. Click on the link below.

Friday, November 20, 2015

I have seen this website before, I have just not gotten around to posting a link to it. has a lot of good content for English educators.  Check out the "TEFL site of the month" page which is a portal to dozens of great sites.

International Education Week

Wishing all teachers where ever you are a happy International Education Week!

Friday, November 6, 2015

Fighting (for) Creativity – The creative & educational black hole in Thailand

Here is a post about the Thailand education system from "". It is a good article, you can teach people many things but to change the way a people think which is deeply a part of their culture. So difficult! Find out more in the link below. 

Teaching words with multiple meanings

Here is a post from a blog called "". Many of my students have difficulty with English because the words in English have more than one meaning. Click on the link below to know more. 


Revitalizing coasting teachers

From a blog called "Be the DOS" (Director of Studies) this is an article about coasting teachers. What does that mean? One definition is a teacher who refuses to develop. It is a good read for any educator not just language teachers. Click on the link below. 

Top 10 Ways to Teach Vowel Pronunciation in English

Here is a post from the Busy Teacher website about how to improve vowel pronunciation. Click on the link below for more information.