Beauty of music through words of Shakespeare

Super short post ahead!

I have been busy reading Shakespeare’s play King Henry Eighth for the umpteenth time. Sharing this piece of poetry from it as nothing can describe music more beautifully than words of William Shakespeare.  Continue reading “Beauty of music through words of Shakespeare”


Teaching Grammar through Extensive Reading…

Originally posted on Oxford University Press: Nigel A. Caplan, PhD, is an associate professor at the University of Delaware English Language Institute in the United States and the co-author of Q: Skills for Success and Inside Writing. In this post he provides some useful tips for teaching grammar skills through your reading program. We often…

via (Reads, reading, has read): 5 smart tips for teaching grammar through extensive reading — Teaching Teachers to Teach

Comic strip in ASL classroom…

Comic strips are powerful conversational tools that can be used in the classroom at all language levels. Comic strips are short conversations that don’t need sophisticated vocabulary skills to understand or talk about the content. Comic strips are an authentic resource that can be used to motivate the reluctant student or entice the visual learner. […]

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