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If you successfully read my article about festivals and you carefully studied the calendar of different celebrations around the world, you may find this post pleasing and inspiring. As I wrote many times, I am fond of looking for new and unconventional concepts to practice content from the lesson. This time Oxford University Press materials were really handy. The publisher provided...
Reading is crucial! The act of reading is very important, sounds like something too obvious. But with the technology development reading for fun may be endangered. The pleasure of sitting comfortably on a sofa with an interesting book may not be known to younger generations. I was thinking, what can be done to prevent this trend? As researches show Poland’s reading trend...
Yes, I do. Yummi! I bet all of teachers know the famous song with compilation of food items called ‘Do you like broccoli ice-cream?’ with all its versions from SuperSimpleSongs. The melody is very catchy and the simple structure ‘Do you like…?’ can be easily grabbed by your students. This is amazing way to sneak a little piece of grammar...
Information gap activities One of my main goals is to teach pupils to use the language freely and communicatively. I do not always expect them to use grammatically correct forms. If the message is conveyed, I am glad, so are they! There are examples of worksheets I created to practice communication. They are based on the material from the course book....
Decoding the world Reading is one of the four main skills in any language. I believe that teaching it should be entertaining, yet not so demanding for the young learners. Especially, that this will be done in the second language. Children should have fun with it, and they also ought to feel the real need to learn this challenging skill....

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