Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Snapshot from today - my desk on a Wednesday morning


It's 8.15 am Wednesday morning and I'm checking the usual morning "papers" USA Today, Daily Mail, The Times and The Huffington Post before starting to correct some tests. Have a great Wednesday! :)

Friday, August 26, 2016

English 6 - instructions for module 1: "Tolerance"


Module 1: Tolerance - plan

Instructions for discussion essay (from Blueprint B)

Example of essay  (from Blueprint B)

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The DNA Journey: 



Preview to "America by the numbers":



What are human rights? 

Monday, August 15, 2016

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Informal letter phrases for greetings and closings

Salutation/greeting
Usually starts out with Dear X, or Hi/Hello X and is generally followed by a comma.
Note: You can use an exclamation point also if there is a need for some emphasis. 

Closing
Here are some examples of what you can use to close the letter.
Well, that's all for now 
All the best 
Best wishes 
See you soon 
Take care 
Kindly
Kind regards
Yours 
Love 
Lots of love
Your closing phrase should be followed by a comma and your signature/name.