Daily Archives: October 14, 2012

#Boudicca & Her Daughters: #Celtic War Queen

Boudicca. Who was she? Why was she so angry with the Romans? Why did she make the decisions that she did? As in all historical fiction, we must ask: Was Queen Boudicca a real person? The Roman historian Tacitus writes … Continue reading

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The Mother Tongue in the Chilean EFL Classroom: How We Learn English: Thomas Jerome Baker: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

See on Scoop.it – Authorship The Mother Tongue in the Chilean EFL Classroom: How We Learn English: Thomas Jerome Baker: Amazon.com: Kindle Store…“The Mother Tongue in the Chilean EFL Classroom” is told from my point of view. Yet, in a … Continue reading

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Boudicca: Her Story (A Woman’s Book Every Man Should Read)

Boudicca, or Boadicea, as she is sometimes referred to, was, is, and remains a woman’s woman. In an age when women were having babies, cleaning houses, washing and cooking, Boudicca was running a country. Not just any country. Boudicca was … Continue reading

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ENGLISH CLASS

See on Scoop.it – Unconference EdcampSantiago Free books matter a lot. In the beginning, everything I wrote was intended for free. I had noticed that so many English language teachers here in my home country had to struggle to pay … Continue reading

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