10th Dec 2017

This game is based off of the game BOGGLE in which players attempt to find words in sequences of adjacent letters. The purpose of the game is to discover as many words as possible within a jumbled square of twenty […]

1st Oct 2017

When it comes to classroom speaking activities, I try to give emphasis to real-life situation, authentic activities and meaningful tasks to promote communication. To develop this productive skill, students need intensive and constant practice. But unlike other macro skills such as […]

19th Mar 2017

The year is wrapping up quickly so I thought I’d post my favorite fun things to do on the last day of school! As the school year winds down, it is sometimes difficult to keep teaching to the last minute […]

5th Mar 2017

Puzzle solving has an inherent appeal to ESL students and is an active way of learning or revising vocabulary. Students associate vocabulary puzzles with recreation and can be less daunting as review tools or even as a test. By substituting […]

4th Mar 2016

I had just graduated from college when I went straight to law school. The experience was awesome for the most part. I gained new friends (we still keep in touch with each other until now) and I loved the challenges of […]