If you are going to become a teacher of English – or if you are already a teacher – you know that it is not enough to be able to speak and write English well. You also need to know how English works, and to be able to give explanations and to answer learners’ questions. Then a new three-volume publication will certainly guide you along the way. This article is submitted by Alan Marsh, a greatly experienced Director of Studies and a Director of Teacher Training in various educational institutions.
Kingston Primary Care Trust will hold a lunchtime seminar, to launch the Workplace Wellbeing Charter to the local businesses. The seminar will be held in Kingston, on Friday 18th May 2012 in the Queen Anne’s suite at the Guildhall.
Men selling fish, charity workers, and boys peddling expensive dusters. Just some of the assortment of people who turn up on my doorstep throughout the week.
The first two I understand, but I'd love to know who's behind the duster sellers.
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