Fixing Comma splices – the 7 point plan Perhaps the bane of every English teacher’s existence ever is the crime of comma splicing. The crime is
Month: February 2019
TRANSACTIONAL WRITING – a SOW developing argument
Rationale: students tend to superficially answer transactional writing questions, because they often miss opportunities to explore the audience’s perspective, as well as expand their own thoughts
CREATIVITY – why it’s gone from our SCHOOLS
This is the 2nd post on creativity. The first is here. Creativity is important! Whilst not an essential outcome for learning, (a delineating factor with
A RESURGENT Man Utd: Having ‘fun’ leads to more productive performance, right?
“It’s the reaction of the players, everybody is enjoying themselves and that’s what we need. The team need to enjoy their football, work for each
BEHAVIOUR – CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE!
Poor student behaviour would have to be one of the biggest obstacles to successful teaching. There are almost infinite permutations of students being able to
Be the fountain!
Today in class my students learnt lots, but not just about my subject. I started in my usual way, with a retrieval quiz. The quiz