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#BookReview: Leaving The Pieces Behind by R.M. Demeester

Blurb: Serenity Rupert, a former foster child, is struggling to keep it together with no money and a life in shambles. With no family to turn to, she’s desperate to find a job to pay rent. When things seem to … Continue reading

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My Life Story: Family, Friends & Writing

╚► https://buff.ly/2FeYjsP Family, friends and writing is my life story. The common thread that holds everything together is English Language Teaching. Everything is directly or indirectly related to English. Yes, it is fair to say that English is my life. … Continue reading

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Teacher Action Research: Can We Use It To Help Screenagers Learn Better?

What is classroom-based research? First of all, classroom-based research, also known as Teacher Action Research, is practical, reality-based research that ELT educators can use to improve student learning. It is important to note that Teacher Action Research is not focused … Continue reading

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Breaking From Tradition To Create A Culture Of Reading

Breaking From Tradition To Create A Culture Of Reading POSTED ON JANUARY 13, 2019 by Gary Armida Source: The Teaacher And The Admin Last June, I had the good fortune to address the senior members of our school’s National Honor … Continue reading

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Quién No Lee…13 De Enero Con “El Lector” (The Reader)

“Quien no lee, a los 70 años habrá vivido una sola vida, ¡la propia! Quien lee habrá vivido 5000 años: estaba cuando Caín mató a Abel, cuando Renzo se casó con Lucía, cuando Leopardi admiraba el infinito… Porque la lectura … Continue reading

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Quo Vadis? ¿Adonde Vas? Where Are You Going?

Quo vadis? ¿Adonde vas? Where are you going? Most of us have answered that question by now. The end of the past year and the beginning of the present year was a perfect time for such a personal reflection. The … Continue reading

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How To #Teach Literature: The Role of Close #Reading In Teaching English Language Learners To Read Complex Texts

 How To Teach Literature: What Is Literature? If what we read entertains us, speaks to us, or makes us aware of the human condition, then it is literature. How to best teach literature? I share my knowledge about teaching literature, … Continue reading

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#FelizLunes How To Teach Literature: The Role of Close Reading In Teaching English Language Learners To Read Complex Texts #mondaymotivation #HappyMonday #Mondayblogs

    If what we read entertains us, speaks to us, or makes us aware of the human condition, then it is literature. How to best teach literature?   I share my knowledge about teaching literature, gained from 15 years … Continue reading

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World’s Most #Beautiful #Bookstore #ASMSG

Tucked away in Barrio Norte, Buenos Aires is a beautiful bookshop called El Ateneo Grand Splendid. It is built within the almost 100-year-old Grand Splendid Theater, which opened in 1919. The theatre was later converted into a cinema and eventually, … Continue reading

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J. K. Rowling Just Can’t Let Harry Potter Go

LONDON — J. K. Rowling always said that the seventh Harry Potter book, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows,” would be the last in the series, and so far she has kept to her word. But though she’s written many new … Continue reading

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