Monthly Archives: December 2014

My blogging plans

I have already bought three of my favourite notepads for taking notes throughout the course. But something I have always struggled with is summarising, so I am hoping to use my blog to summarise the key points of each teaching … Continue reading

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Time to knuckle down…

Also during my phone interview (see previous post), I found out that I would have pre-course work to do. This involves: – a giant pack containing 17 mini units entitled ‘A Grammar Development Course for teachers of English,’ written by … Continue reading

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Back to the books!

During my phone interview for my CELTA place, it became incredibly apparent that the course is very, very intense. I am taking the four-week ‘intensive’ course at the Berlin School of English which, über-excitingly, overlooks Checkpoint Charlie in the heart … Continue reading

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Warum Berlin? Reason for the crazy plan

I’m sure a lot of you will be wondering why I’m so keen to move to one of Europe’s less chic capital cities, so I shall try to list some of the reasons which have pulled me to Berlin on … Continue reading

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New year, new plan

I’m writing this post on Saturday 27th December in the car on my way down to Devon, and am already amazed at how much easier this blogging malarkey has become since my two previous token blogging attempts: using Tumblr during … Continue reading

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