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A ‘Glosoli’ Fairy Story

After watching the music video for Sigur Ros’s song Glosoli, my pre-GCSE students on a Child Care course at Coleg Sir Gar discussed how many aspects of the video are similar to common elements in children’s fairy tales. With that in mind … Continue reading

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English: why the discipline may not be ‘too big to fail’ | Features | Times Higher Education Tags: no_tag Posted from Diigo. The rest of English Language Teachers group favorite links are here.

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languagehat.com Regularly updated language blog: generally short and topical posts. Tags: no_tag – By Ant Heald Posted from Diigo. The rest of English Language Teachers group favorite links are here.

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Death of a Salesman – Author’s Craft

Here is an extract from the Chief Examiner’s report on this coursework unit: Moderators appreciated the sustained and detailed exploration of themes and ideas but judged that some students would have been more successful in addressing AO2 if they had … Continue reading

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Death of a Salesman – Author’s Craft

Here is an extract from the Chief Examiner’s report on this coursework unit: Moderators appreciated the sustained and detailed exploration of themes and ideas but judged that some students would have been more successful in addressing AO2 if they had … Continue reading

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Journey’s End

Year 12 English Lit students, this is the place for your analysis and discussion of the relationship between the sequence from the BBC production of Journey’s End that we watched yesterday and Sheriff’s script. I’d recommend composing your ideas in … Continue reading

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English Language Teaching Resources Archive | Department of Linguistics Tags: no_tag Linguistics Research Digest Tags: no_tag Posted from Diigo. The rest of English Language Teachers group favorite links are here.

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