Changing the World Through Online Fundraising

When you think about exploring how online fundraising can contribute positively to your efforts, you might want to start by spending time online reviewing the […]

Writing lesson: online dating profiles

This is a lesson based around authentic texts from the eHarmony website. It is aimed at adult pre-intermediate level plus, but these texts are full […]

2019 Advent Calendar

I’m not one to follow trends, as such, but seeing as I like sharing ideas, techniques, tools, thoughts, etc. the new ‘advent calendar’ thing is […]

Images for Writing Bytes

Writing doesn't always need to be a long-winded, painful and boring affair. In between the daily fractures of attention and distractions, writing helps learners focus, […]

A Grammar App for those Lazy Days

Sometimes it's the simplest of mistakes that give it all away. Or perhaps not. Perhaps it's just a question of distraction, lack of attention, multi-tasking. […]

How to annoy commissioning editors (and find work)

Another ‘how to become a materials writer’ article has popped up – Kirsten Holt’s article for ETPro  offers some more good advice for budding writers. […]

Writing - With a Little Bit of Help from Star Wars

Photo by Andre Moura from Pexels For so many reasons, some known, perhaps, many unknown to teachers, students often come to classes already tired, exhausted, worn out. Adding […]

Writing with Cactus and a Smile

Photo by Vova Krasilnikov from Pexels There was always an abundance of green nature where I have grown up and lived, and yes, there were plenty of cacti […]

Writing with Minimalist Prose

While there may be plenty of forgotten, discarded class blogs floating around on the web, blogging, in my view, continues to be a worthwhile writing […]

Top ten podcasts every teacher needs to hear [wiley.com]

Top ten podcasts every teacher needs to hear — from wiley.com; with thanks to Emily Liebtag for her posting on Twitter for this resource Excerpt: […]

Tech It Up with Thanksgiving Poetry Magnets

Magnetic Poetry kits have been around for about 25+ years, providing individuals with the inspiration to create poems on refrigerators everywhere! In fact, the informality and […]

#547 Listen to your writing with Word

A great way to proof read work is to hear the words out loud. Word has an awesome feature that allows you to listen to […]

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