Hand to Mouth
As a massively unprolific writer, I’m proud to have both finished this short story and to have had it accepted […]
Can we “fight” illness?
We talk about “fighting” illness and either “winning” or “losing” the “battle” against disease. Medical staff are being thanked for […]
How I wrote “Immigration” for “A-Z of Global issues”
It would have been impossible to write about global issues in 2017 without mentioning immigration. It’s a hugely divisive and […]
Interview: From Teacher to Teacherpreneur
Here’s an interview I conducted with Patrice Palmer:
The language of our business
Here’s an article I wrote about the changing language of business and what it can mean.
Not my words: Passion, passionate
Way back in my girls’ grammar school, Mrs Salmon was our wild, passionate teacher. Her wild hair, wild gestures, and […]
Book Review: “A-Z of Business Activities” by Julie Pratten
Most coursebooks have some good things in them, but when you think about it, a coursebook, by its very name, […]
Book Review: “From English Teacher to Learner Coach”, by Daniel Barber and Duncan Foord
Everyone’s talking about coaching at the moment. One reason for this is that is an element of positive psychology that […]
Book Review: “Teaching English With Art: Norman Rockwell,” by Jorge Sette.
Task based learning extends to art appreciation.
Here in Hamburg, you can book English tours of the Art Gallery, and brush […]
Words I like
Any word with more than 20 letters gets my pulse racing. I have no idea why.
Nicht weg zu denken – […]