Do you need some more revising, some help studying English?
I've published quite a lot of interactive material over the last few years. Please follow this link to check it out.
These files come as *.zip : you have to download and extract, that is, to decompress them. Each packet should have a file called "Start" or bearing the packet's name. Open it with your browser, you don't need anything else.
There's more in the Downloads section, of course, and lots in the forum and blog. I'd love to get it all organised, but there's so little time.
If you want to pass any of my material on to others -free of charge, of course-, please feel free to do so. Just don't change things, and make sure I'm identified as the author.
We're off to York next February!
First of ESO Bilingual and First of ESO D are going to visit the ancient Northern Capital, just in time for the Viking Festival.
Click here to see the presentation on what we're going to do, and why you need to come.
Please participate in the fundraising effort -let's do this without leaving anyone behind.
The English Department is organising a Hallowe'en horror story writing contest.
There will be three categories:
What started out as a toy has transformed into an important tool as time went by. On this website, you'll find lots of material that can help you improve your English, and the way you are learning.
You can also meet others, make questions, and find useful applications without having to look far and wide.
This site exists to offer both learners and fellow teachers of English resources, a forum, and -of course- ways to contact me and the other members. It is growing and changing all of the time -come back now and then to take a look.