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What does school look like in Nepal?

This week, we’re taking a look at the schools our Nepali-speaking Bhutanese students attended before coming here. This one is a little long, and again, the sound is not great. 217 more words


期刊審稿人和作者之間的接觸疑似導致審稿人的作者身份 (PART B) (研究出版倫理)研究生英文編修出版投稿日報: 3/28/2015

* 期刊審稿人和作者之間的接觸疑似導致審稿人的作者身份 (PART B) (研究出版倫理)
* 學術英文投稿教學影片 (433) Ontology, Epistemology, and Methodology – Research Methodology 545 more words

Using the Frayer Model to learn L2

Here is a version of the Frayer Model for learning isolated words in L2.

As you know the Frayer Model is often used for language learning and for isolating Math concepts. 96 more words


Phrasal Verb Friday

TGIF!  Happy Friday!

We are almost in a new month, and I am inspired to do something new on the blog. In the past we’ve had “Idioms of the Week”, “Words of the Weekend”, “Free Friday”, etc…but change is good! 287 more words


Passion for Pá Shān

The lesson last week for my year 10 students, sophomores in high school, was Hobbies and Interests. Perfect, I thought, we will have a lot to talk about. 706 more words


Teaching ESOL in an English Speaking Country

Hello there! It’s been a while since I last blogged but I’m back with more of my musings, this time on the subject ‘Teaching ESOL in an English Speaking Country’. 389 more words