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Day 30 (It Challenge): ESL Past Simple Q&A Activity

Day 30 (It Challenge): ESL Past Simple Q&A Activity

I love teaching vocab with a visual aid or two to help cement words (and phrases) into the brains of […]

Jan 29, 2014     No Comments
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Day 20 (It Challenge): ESL Game for Places and Things

Day 20 (It Challenge): ESL Game for Places and Things

Just got back from my late night lower level ESL class, and this one was a huge success.  After a […]

Jan 18, 2014     No Comments
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Day 17 (It Challenge): ESL Common and Proper Noun Flashcards

Day 17 (It Challenge): ESL Common and Proper Noun Flashcards

Also work related, but this round… ESL!   We have been working on countries and nationalities lately.  From “the U.S.” to […]

Jan 16, 2014     No Comments
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Day 7 (It Challenge): Valentine’s Necklace (and even more paper making)

Day 7 (It Challenge): Valentine’s Necklace (and even more paper making)

Well… I have been neglecting my etsy shop, Blue Amber Trio, a bit lately so I decided to do a […]

Jan 5, 2014     No Comments
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Day 1 (It Challenge):  Homemade Paper

Day 1 (It Challenge): Homemade Paper

Starting it out right!  We have been doing a passive voice unit with my Sunday crew.  Practical passive?  Why… how […]

Dec 30, 2013     1 Comment
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365 Day “It” Challenge

365 Day “It” Challenge

A NEW CREATION FOR EACH DAY OF THE YEAR As you may have noticed by now, I haven’t been updating […]

Dec 30, 2013     No Comments
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Hands-on ESL: Printable Noun Go Fish Cards

Hands-on ESL: Printable Noun Go Fish Cards

As per request from some of my fellow teachers (and my Intensive English recent graduates), I am uploading three sets […]

Aug 18, 2012     No Comments
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