Category Archives: Teaching English

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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CELTA?

CELTA is a Cambridge university teaching course that can be an intense one month experience or spread out, in any case, the requirements are not academic, they say, but that one is able to follow directions.  I attempted to take the CELTA … Continue reading

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