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An English teacher at a Secondary School in the UK. * Sharing and questioning the day job. * I teach KS3/4/5.
* Looking for inspiration and motivation, to share with others. * Looking to constantly improve and grow. * On Twitter at @MissBex_M *
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This is very relevant when studying literature, as well as non-fiction.

illustratingreddit:

Everyone is a Reader.

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Fantastic narrative prompt - get pupils to create a setting or climax here.

Fantastic narrative prompt - get pupils to create a setting or climax here.

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rinaldi035:

English Teaching Professional
A practical magazine for teachers of English. Each issue is packed with articles from leading ELT writers, together with fresh ideas, tips

Absolutely loads of resources here!

I’m having a majorly stressful time and the moment.

Coursework.

Yep - it’s that time when coursework folders have been called and we’re all scrambling round to get folders sorted, annotated and ready to send. It’s draining.

On the plus side, thank you and welcome to my new followers. I hope there is something useful here…

I take teaching very seriously. The work we do as educators is important. But I also wish so much of it wasn’t so humorless. In fact, teachers and administrators who lack a sense of humor should find another profession. That’s a fairly harsh and rigid position, but teaching and leading in schools without a sense of humor is detrimental for both the educators and the students.

whenromancesmoked:

sassy-tail:

holy dicks, that’s useful

Hmm.  Saved for later.

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We were the people who were not in the papers. We lived in the blank white spaces at the edge of print. It gave us more freedom.
We lived in the gaps between the stories.
Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale (via hannahgraceful)

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