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      A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog post in which I shared five of my favorite time saving hacks for teachers!  Click here I got some nice feedback, so I thought I would rack my brains and come up with five more. I hope they come in handy and save you a […]

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  There is no doubt that teaching can be a difficult job. In particular, it can be very time consuming. As I mentioned in my previous blog (Here), I have many teacher friends that find themselves working late into the night and on weekends too.      Over the years I have managed to pick […]

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            As an English teacher, there is one thing that takes up a large portion of my time – lesson planning. Over the last few years, I have been gradually fading textbooks out of my classes and that has added to my planning time. Regardless, planning good lessons takes time. […]

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  One of the biggest challenges I have faced in my classes is to get my students passionate about reading and writing. Most of my students already like to chat in English, so the motivation is usually there for them to participate in speaking and listening activities. Over the years, I have incorporated many different […]

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Let me start by introducing myself. My name is Neil and I’m an English teacher. I am fortunate enough to have a job that I love and enjoy! Every day is different and every day brings different rewards and challenges. I don’t earn a huge salary, but the rewards of doing my job more than […]

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