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    7 Must-Use, Last-Minute Revision Tips for Language Exams

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  • Acrostic Whiteboard Vocabulary Building Activity

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  • Werden, Wurden or Würden – The Difference

    Werden, Wurden or Würden?The Difference Explained As a teacher, I’ve never really been phased by the difference between these three verb forms: werden, wurden and würden. However, sometimes my students are confused and don’t always feel confident in the slight…

  • the best 25 starter activities to settle learners for language lessons blog

    25 Best 5-Minute Starters To Settle Language Students

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  • reading activities for language lessons blog

    21 Must-Use Reading Activities For Your Language Lessons

    Fun Pre-Reading and Post-Reading Activities for All Language Classrooms I love language lessons which involve an element of reading. This is because there are so many opportunities for learning and improving language acquisition with topic-related texts. Reading activities are the…

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  • Fun No Prep Low Prep Games for the MFL Classroom

    Fun Games for The MFL Classroom

    Fun Language Games for The MFL Classroom To Engage Learners Games are defined as ‘activities that one engages in for amusement or fun’. Nowadays, when learners think of language lessons, they don’t usually synonymy them with the expression fun. So,…