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Module Parts of the Face - Paulo Torres

Teaching English to children at a public school in Vitória/ES If you have read my June post, you may recall that it was about how I designed the syllabus and created the modules I work on with my 6-to-10-year-old students at a public school in Vitória/ES. This month, you…
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How to teach culture - Tobie Pilloy

High everyone. This is the final installment of my 3 – part series on the topic of culture and in this entry, we will be looking at how to integrate and teach it in our lessons! Rather than actually listing a number of tasks and activities – impossible given the scope of…
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What can we teach ourselves? - Marcela Cintra

Many teachers lack time and money to take courses and constantly learn something new. This has a direct impact on how much we actually develop professionally and how much our practice evolves throughout our career. The premise that we need to be in constant move in education…
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Slang – José Roberto A. Igreja

High five a way to congratulate someone by slapping one’s upright palm together with another person’s, normally used in sports (forma de congratular alguém batendo a palma da mão aberta com a de outra pessoa, normalmente usada em esportes) “That was a real…