An ESL teacher is only as good as their lessons. These three resources are my unsung heroes for ESL lesson planning.
Choosing and using the right words is like supplying your writing and speech—your army of ideas—with the powerful weapons. Words are powerful when used correctly and appropriately!
I have decided to go Draconian on the casing of Draconian and other adjectives of proper origin. This may be a Gargantuan language usage error on my part, and indeed I am likely living in a Quixotic reality, but I am making this stand once and for all.
This is an undesigning effort to enhance your vocabulary, define the public sphere, and soliloquy on a series of topics in one go.
Ecdemic, pandemic; tomayto, tomahto; this edition of Words of the Week highlights alternatives for “pandemic”, introduces “happy talk”, unveils “occultation”, and presents toasted “staff of life.”
Recently, US governors were given the green light to restart their states at a time appropriate for them. The sooner we no longer have to immure ourselves, the better.
I believe that my short experience as a technical writer can relate to the experiences of kickers. I am not working the day-to-day grind of coding, developing, testing, and so. I am only needed when things are nearly ready and I need to translate technical jargon into an FAQ that any grandparent could follow.
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