This blog has existed for more than three years now. I think it’s high time to change something here. I love writing and sharing my thoughts with you. But I’ve always wanted to make this blog ‘a joint venture’ belonging to me and you – my students. So I’ve come up with an idea to make a blog section, in which my students will share their thoughts. Continue reading
… said no teacher ever. And no student ever, I guess…
But let’s face it – another school year has just begun, and what we need to do is to squeeze as many good things as possible out of it
I must tell you, every year, on the 31st of August, when I need to say goodbye to the sweet summer laziness, check up ‘Librus’, dust all the textbooks, buy a new red pen, etc. I look at all these things and smile to myself, thinking: thank God I still love my job
See you soon guys
My students <3 talking about different things we do during our English classes, and why they actually enjoy the lessons
The videos were made as a part of school advertising campaign, so they are in Polish. But still worth watching
A big fat THANK YOU to all my students who took part in making the videos!
As a part of our eTwinning project ‘Music Connecting People’ we are doing a survey to get to know music tastes of teenagers in Poland, Latvia, Hungary, Romania and Spain. If you are a teen and have spare 5 minutes, please fill it in for us. Thanks in advance!
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The list of the idioms together with examples, definitions and Polish traslation here: idioms competition 2016_glossary.
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Last week we had the pleasure to host two unusual guests at our school – Will from Taiwan and Osman from Guatemala.Will and Osman are students who came to our town as a part of AIESEC volunteering project. Continue reading
Have a look at this blog post about New Year’s resolutions:)
And have a fulfilling New Year!
CLICK HERE to read it and leave a comment.
Let me wish you just one thing this Xmas season - BE HAPPY - whatever happiness means to you!
I do encourage you to take part in EuroWeek Camp. It’s a fantastic opportunity to meet people from all around the world and improve your language skills.
If you are interested contact one of our English teachers – Ms Katarzyna Maciejewska-Socha. All the details here.