Videos for your ESL classes

Here are three videos I’ve put together for your ESL/EAL classes. They’re pretty simple and designed just to complement the…

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Why Altruism should be a core part of the curriculum

An ideal school would incorporate elements of positive education into the curriculum through altruism and opportunities to volunteer in the…

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Edtech – Using the Alien Code generator in the classroom

The Alien Code generator is a simple edtech tool which I use in the classroom as it always inspires intrigue…

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Edtech – Using a Green Screen in the classroom

This year, I installed a Green Screen into my classroom for the children to use. It was simple to make…

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Freebie resource – an introduction to simile

A nice free resource for you. This is a ppt which introduces students to the use of simile when describing…

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EdTech – Using Blabberize to get students speaking

I came across blabberize when I was researching projects to do as part of a Roald Dahl based summer camp.…

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Interesting reads

Being a big fish in a small pond has its benefits. The BBC ran a piece this week identifying the…

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Resource Roundup – The generators

Generators are particularly useful for teachers that want to save time. They do this by enabling tasks which are repeated…

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Resource roundup – some of the ELA selection

Resources are being migrated from their original homes to the new store here at Tigerlearn, so let’s take a quick…

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Take a look around the new-look store

The website is starting to take form now and products are slowly being moved over from their previous homes. Take…

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