Time travel – notes from today’s whiteboard (part 1)

Click this link for part 2: Time travel – notes from today’s whiteboard I just love it when my students stay chatting to each other in English while I’m setting things up for the day’s lesson. I make it a point to keep one ear open to what they’re saying. If I hear something interesting,Continue reading “Time travel – notes from today’s whiteboard (part 1)”

CLOCK CLOCK CLOCK

How often have you heard me use the words CLOCKWISE and ANTI-CLOCKWISE in the classroom when I’m asking for your answers? Too often maybe. Yet, I smile when I still see some of you using  your fingers to draw a clock in the air or looking at watches to work out who’s turn it is toContinue reading “CLOCK CLOCK CLOCK”