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As nine more lives are added to an obscenely high European body-count courtesy of another angry young man dangerously detached from the empathetic interaction that enables civilised societies to function, it’s worth remembering Europe… 843 more words


Off the ferry and on our way back to School

Our ferry was slightly delayed so we have only just back on English soil.

Our new eta at school is 5.30pm.


Teaching English using textual concepts

I know I just finished saying that my blog would mostly be used for PBL reflection in the near future.

But there is a new resource available for English teachers and English curriculum boffins that I must share immediately. 263 more words


My First Day Teaching

So having done no planning the previous day, I spent the first two hours of my day panicking about the three classes I had. I managed to put together a plan that I thought was adaptable to all three age groups (grade 10, 11 and 12, which are ages 16-18) and covered the topic of introductions. 476 more words

The Road to K.P

The build up to the move to a Thailand was filled with university deadlines and working 40 hour weeks in a supermarket so when the day of departure finally arrived I was so ready to just go. 1.036 more words

British Council


Each year Fulbright hosts ETA conferences that brings together Fulbright English Teaching Assistants from various countries to allow ETAS to share their experiences and talk about English teaching strategies. 587 more words


Word Vomit: Pre-Departure Jitters

As I’m writing this first post, it’s t-minus three days until take off. Three days until I embark on what is sure to be the most challenging, most meaningful experience of my life. 851 more words