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Caption Comp.   
Hi everyone
I chose Ewelina as the winner of the last caption comp.  She has limited access to the internet at the moment and has asked me to post a funny pic on her behalf, so I have chosen this one.
Let´s see what you can come up with and who Ewelina will choose as the winner.

2 Jul 2016

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maryse peyé

Always CATegorize ! CATegorically ! Here is the one about CATskills... Here is the one for my PURRse... And I put the spams in the DOG can...

2 Jul 2016

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Help me please   

Colud you please help me with the answers. 

Complete the conversations with MAY OR MIGHT

1. A: what are you going to do this weekend?

B: I am not sure. I (stay) might stay home

2. A: Are you going to be in tomorrow?

B. I don´t know. I(be) ___________in around 7:00

3. A: What`s the weather going to be like tomorrow?

B. I am not really sure. It (be) _________warm and sunny.

4. A: What are you going to do tonight ?

B: I don´t know. We (hang out) _________at the Boulevar café.

1 Jul 2016


In normal conversation I would use ´might ´ in all of these.
But it would not be wrong to use ´may ´ instead. 

1 Jul 2016

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Recomended site   
Hi dear teachers!
I wolud like to share my blog with you. I have been using it with my primary students for the past months and I think that you might find it useful, too. Besides, any comments, or suggestions for improvement, are welcome!
Check it out! 
Greetings from Spain,

1 Jul 2016

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It ´s a wonderful blog! Thank you for your hard work and sharing.

1 Jul 2016

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wrongful report   
My "Sports and Cumpliments Dominoes" has been deleted and it says that "its clearly scanned from a book", which is not true. I work as a volunteer once a week teaching English to brazilian kids, but I also work as a web designer, so I drew the game on Illustrator and posted it here. I don ´t have the .ai vectorized file anymore, but it ´s clearly not a copy. 

1 Jul 2016

manonski (f)

I ´d suggest you reupload it and write what you say here in the description. 

1 Jul 2016

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Gadgets, handy apps and others   

Those of who who create material and want to draw images, do you use any extra gadgets, like a stylus pen or something, to be able to draw on your computer? How do you generally construct new material that requires drawing?

1 Jul 2016

United States

I asked a graphic artist the same question and she recommended https://www.inkscape.org and https://www.gimp.org/
There is also http://www.sketchup.com/ . I have struggled with all of these. It seems the learning curve is quite steep, but I am slowly mastering inkscape.
In the meantime I have made some clipart using powerpoint. You can edit shapes by dragging the points under edit shape >points. 
Youtube has tutorials how to draw in powerpoint and tutorials for the other drawing tools, I believe. 

1 Jul 2016

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to my French colleagues : looking for audio files Join the team 4eme (2009)   
Hi .
Looking for audio files Join the Team 4eme (2009)! Thanks in advance.

1 Jul 2016

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4th of July resources and materials   

- NBC News article about the date, the parades, the spirit, the fireworks, food and drink



- The First Fourth of July - Cartoon Video



- American Culture - The 4th of July: video with subtitles in English



-July 4th celebrations - slideshow


- two 4th of July downloadables - wordsearch and pin wheel:



- watch this short video and know more about the history of this day:




-4th of July cartoons



- fresh and easy to do 4th july pie (recipe video): 


-Fresh fourth of July cherry pie recipe



- 4th of july pastries and trifle clipart recipes:



1 Jul 2016


Thanks a lot for all the amazing materials!

1 Jul 2016

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Hi -- 
After a glorious month off and at home in the US, the hubby and I are back in China.  
I have a project I ´m starting on Monday, and during vacation I had a brain storm -- but to flesh it out, I need to connect with some teachers in Panama (first choice) or other Latin American countries.
If any of you are out there and don ´t mind me picking your brain a bit, please message me.
Por Favor and Gracias......

1 Jul 2016

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An interesting blog to get some ideas: ANCHOR IDEAS
Hope you find it useful.

30 Jun 2016

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United Kingdom

This is great! I can use a good number of these, particularly the behaviour management ideas. Thank you for sharing. 

1 Jul 2016

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Word of the day 30th of June   
Time to use your brain in a funny way with this one:   AARDVARK 
NOTE:  No real definitions allowed...... all crazy and funny ones are welcome. 

30 Jun 2016

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United States

Yes, Lynne, I loved yours, so I copied it. (imitation being the most sincere form of flattery).

1 Jul 2016

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BECAUSE YOU ARE MY FRIEND (a poem + questions)
An illustrated poem to read and speak about friends and friensdship.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Downloads: 6

Can You Play the...? Interview game
Pass out the worksheet, and give each student a secret instrament. (I cut out the picutes of the instraments and placed them in a bag, to allow the student to randomly get one) Next the students interview eachother. Can you play the ...? Yes I can - signs other students paper under that instrament No I can`t - Student asks again with a different...
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Downloads: 1

BEST FRIENDS (a poem+ questions)
A poem for kids to read and speak about friends and friendship.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Downloads: 6

´MAGINARY FRIEND (a poem + questions)
An illustrated poem for kid to read ans speak about being the only child in a family and having friends.
Level: elementary
Age: 7-12
Downloads: 5

architectural wonders of ancient world
here is an informative article on the architectural wonders of the ancient world with elaborate detail and attention captivating photographs. a must have for information gathering and also any project work with roughly 150 words for each wonder ranging from the great wall of china to Buddha´s statue , the Stonehenge etc
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-100
Downloads: 3

Have you got...?

Level: elementary
Age: 7-8
Downloads: 1

Who´s Who and Where are they?
Here are 4 activities about identifying people and using place prepositions. The first activity is a kind of quiz, so students have a lot of fun doing it. Hope you can enjoy them!
Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Downloads: 6

Past simple tense

Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Downloads: 4

The man who escaped 6
Another chapter on Edward Coke´s adventure. The 6th in a set of 25. Reading and understanding, matching sentence halves, adjectives/verbs+ prepositions and a filling in exercise with modals. A great way for your students to practise what they´ve learned throughout the year during the holidays.Key included. Completely editable. Hope you like it!
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-100
Downloads: 7

Present Simple/Present Continuous

Level: elementary
Age: 12-100
Downloads: 5