Category Archives: Household vocabulary

New household vocabulary page

I’m planning to write an article or two on the topic, but so far already have 16 PDFs on rooms and furniture vocabulary, plus links to five related picture books, four related songs, my architecture page, my (newly tidied up) … Continue reading

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New game-like worksheets March 2010 Part Two

Worksheet for MyStoryMaker online storytelling (see Sean Banville’s blog for more details on using that site) Company buffet meeting (if they can talk about food, they can do the language of meetings- with a little bit of culture sprinkled on top) … Continue reading

Posted in countable and uncountable nouns, Cultural differences/ cultural training, Family vocabulary, Food vocabulary, Future tenses, Grammar games, Household vocabulary, Language of generalisation, Language of meetings, online games, Speaking games, Teaching English in Korea, Technology, TEFL, Vocabulary, will for offers, Writing games | 2 Comments

Writing and teaching

Sometimes, quite frankly, combining them is a pain in the arse and I wish I could just choose one or the other, like last week when saving the time and energy to write meant gettting up at 5:30 to plan the … Continue reading

Posted in English through craftwork, Household vocabulary, Prepositions, prepositions of position, Teaching young learners, Using storybooks, Vocabulary | 4 Comments