Category Archives: Teaching English

Teaching and learning

I have been staying later after school preparing for the next day but mostly talking to another teacher who sat in the teachers room calling the parents and i had realised i am substituting a teacher, i am not the teacher , i … Continue reading

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ear ache

Ever since  the incident the other day of being hit by a flying paper ball something moved and hurt and screamed  enough there must be another way.  The teacher takes the blame  the pupils build a flame.  You talk  they … Continue reading

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scientific value

Bad times have a scientific value. These are occasions a good learner would not miss. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson He says he wants to be a doctor, he is going to be a doctor, he sits crossed legged like a guru, … Continue reading

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It’s good to be back in school

First day of school after Autumn vacation Sanity Order Mingled with Insanity Chaos but still The bell marks the beginning and the end As I dwell on the theme to whom the bell rings .. When my life Will grow … Continue reading

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Yesterday

Yesterday all my troubles seemed so far away. Now it looks as though they’re here to stay. Oh, I believe in yesterday. Suddenly I’m not half the man I used to be. There’s a shadow hanging over me. Oh, yesterday … Continue reading

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what’s my motivation?

Like Dustin Hoffman dressed as a blueberry about to dive into a bowl of milk, i also wake up daily and ask myself :what is my motivation? Yesterday i struggled to wake up, having had the idea of walking the … Continue reading

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I had better days day

Being always close to Science in a sort of snuggly cosy hug i used to feel often during the days before the innocent veil had lifted and i had discovered Math was necessary to proceed with science , i still like … Continue reading

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