Think! – Two Mindsets

This post was previously published on a now defunct blog called Think! Language And Culture I used to write. I've dusted it off and republished it here for your reading pleasure. This post was previously published on a now defunct blog called Think! Language And Culture I used to write. I've dusted it off and republished it here for your reading pleasure. If there’s an attitude that I want this series of Think! blog posts to encompass, it’s right here in this infographic:

Think! – Two Mindsets

This post was previously published on a now defunct blog called Think! Language And Culture I used to write. I've dusted it off and republished it here for your reading pleasure. This post was previously published on a now defunct blog called Think! Language And Culture I used to write. I've dusted it off and republished it here for your reading pleasure. If there’s an attitude that I want this series of Think! blog posts to encompass, it’s right here in this infographic:

Punctuation Matters!

Occasionally I’ve had a student who doesn’t seem to realise that punctuation, capitalisation and spacing are actually things that really matter when writing. Spaces are deposited at random places. Commas are used in between what should definitely be two different sentences. Sometimes punctuation is omitted completely, and you’re left with a piece of writing that resembles a […]

Punctuation Matters!

Occasionally I’ve had a student who doesn’t seem to realise that punctuation, capitalisation and spacing are actually things that really matter when writing. Spaces are deposited at random places. Commas are used in between what should definitely be two different sentences. Sometimes punctuation is omitted completely, and you’re left with a piece of writing that resembles a […]

The End Of An Era

If you’ve been reading this blog for a long time, or follow me on social media, you should be aware of my involvement in BELTA. BELTA is the Belgian language teachers association, which I co-founded in 2012 with Mieke Kenis and Guido Europeaantje, and have been president of since its inception. I won’t tell you the […]

The End Of An Era

If you’ve been reading this blog for a long time, or follow me on social media, you should be aware of my involvement in BELTA. BELTA is the Belgian language teachers association, which I co-founded in 2012 with Mieke Kenis and Guido Europeaantje, and have been president of since its inception. I won’t tell you the […]

Advice For Teaching Teens

A couple of weeks ago, I posted this on Facebook: I got some great advice from my friends, so I thought I’d share some of my favourites with you here. Thom Jones Keep them on their toes, don’t worry if they think you’re a bit of a nutter. Graeme Hodgson Expect to deviate from your lesson plan […]

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