I was wondering what you all thought of learning designs pertaining to English language teaching? What are the ways in which you design your lessons to achieve better learning in your students?Continue
I teach in a public school in Curitiba. I think you know what it means... At the moment I try to learn about wikis and I have one where my students can access class content. It´s the beginning, there is a long way ahead. It will be nice if you add something about Brazil in Brazilian way group.
Some years ago I saw a magazine cover, it was the map of Brazil and on it there were many photos of people and nature. I tried to find it in the internet but I haven´t found it yet. Do you have any suggestion or photo? We need an icon.
That is a great program, Eduardo! BTW, my daughter is old enough (27) that you need her permission to kiss, and my sons (19 & 21) probably wouldn't accept kisses from anyone but family and girls, but it was a sweet gesture :)
I just put up a slideshow on my page of my family- maybe you should take a look so you know who you are talking with :D
That really is a great program, Eduardo... when you have time, tell me more about what you do in class... I will keep trying to think of new things too : )
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