A dining table should be well ordered; a plate in the middle, spoon at the top, knife on the right, fork on the left. Any waiter worth his salt will keep your table that way throughout the meal.
A whiteboard should be the same. Students should know where to find different items of language, notes which are no longer relevant should be cleared away and your students shouldn’t get a headache trying to figure out what the lesson was about when they look at a photo of the board later…Continue
Added by Ross Thorburn on July 18, 2013 at 4:25pm — No Comments
In this TED talk, Wade Davis tells how in 1957, five missionaries attempted to contact the Waorani tribe in North Eastern Ecuador and made a critical mistake. They airdropped 8”x10” glossy photos of themselves in what they considered to be friendly gestures, but forgot that the rainforest tribesmen had never seen anything two…
Added by Ross Thorburn on July 15, 2013 at 6:30pm — No Comments
My friends and family say that I am "brave". I don't understand why because I believe that life is for living. You don't have to be "brave" to live your life. It is your life...live it!