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Tour Guide Presentation {Instructions & Printable Worksheets}

My students in China love the idea of being a tour guide. Each year we receive several offers from students to “Come to my hometown– I’ll be your tour guide.” So when I was assigned to teach the culture of English speaking countries and wanted to get students involved, I decided to give them an assignment in which they worked in groups or individually to guide us around some famous attractions from each of the countries we’d be covering during the term. 338 more words

Teaching English

This Might Be About My Job

Hello. Thank you for reading this blog entry. You may have guessed that I’m a little self-centered (I send time writing about my life on the internet because I think that I’m interesting enough to capture the attention of the world wide web.) and today I am going to indulge in that character trait. 360 more words

Entry #28 - Paris... One year on...

It’s been a year since me and my family went to Paris.

I have always wanted to post a blog on how I planned our trip and how it went. 1,402 more words


Favorite Five Friday (79th Edition)

Hey, Friday. You’re lookin’ good…


1.  One of our dear friends was in town this week, and we got the chance to meet up with her for a few hours. 485 more words

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Atlantic City, Baby!

As a newly minted tour guide, I got to know Atlantic City, New Jersey quite well. The tour company I worked for ran a lot of bus tours to Atlantic City. 687 more words


Favorite Five Friday (78th Edition)

Guys, I’m not going to lie…I didn’t post yesterday because I didn’t feel like there was much to say.  Mostly, I just worked this week.  I love my job, and I am always happy to be at work.   654 more words

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Call Him Michael.

Last summer, I went on a class trip to France. Michael was our tour guide, and I don’t even know his last name. He’s like a saint or anyone with a holy name in those holy books or something– Call me Ishmael, call him Michael. 449 more words