Did you know that there’s a “You Tube” for teachers? And another just for kids?
And another that’s being developed just for ESL?
Take a look:
www.esltube.net (work in progress)
*Thanks to Tommy Ender for these.
Tommy Ender, Wake Tech’s Crossroads Cafe instructor is going to participate in St. Baldricks. He is going to shave his hair to raise money for children’s cancer.
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer-driven charity that funds more in childhood cancer research grants than any organization except the U.S. government. Read more about it here.
Read more about Tommy Ender and kids he’s trying to help here
Donations can be made here
Thomas Ender is looking for caring people to help donate to the cause.
Guessing Game No. 6 is here.
Carolina and Irczech are our winners! Congratulations, ladies!
Yes! It is a butterfly egg on a Passiflora plant. To read more about it and see wonderful pictures of other butterfly eggs, go to the National Geographic site.
Irczech, thank you very much for sharing your personal story related to this picture. It must have been fascinating to see your grandfather at work. I’d love to read his book.
Week of 1/31/11-2/7/11: Update No.4
Super Bowl Fun Facts
Hispanic Family Center:
Free Flu Vaccinations
Reedy Creek (RCMS)
Job link services at Cary Library
Western Wake (Millpond)
The 3 most important questions to ask your doctor
White Plains (WPUM)
Grammar Practice – Continuous verbs
Dear Students and Instructors,
We are very honored to have you as our readers. To serve your better, we are always looking for new ideas on how to improve our blog. Starting today, I will publish links to our ESL sub-blogs with a short overview. Please leave a comment and let us know if it is more helpful for you.
Week of 1/31/11-2/7/11
Round-up: The Best of the Blogs This Week
This list will be updated as more blog posts are published.
Updated on 2/2/11
Updated on 2/1/11
AEC blog: How to make a comment on the blogs;
Athens Drive HS (ADHS) blog: Wake Co. Library Booksale
(great, cheap books to help you read more in English!)
HUMC blog has a good post about the Wake County Public Labraries Booksale. Please click on the link to read more about it.
Easy guessing game today. Let’s see who gets it first. Everybody is welcome to post answers.
A father’s child, a mother’s child, yet no one’s son. Who am I?
Answer will be posted in one of our future posts. Thanks for playing.
We have our winner! Read comments to see the correct answer.
Once again, nobody guessed the country on our Guess Where?-2 game. May be I should post easier questions?
Correct answer is (can you hear drum beat?) MONGOLIA.
We would like to thank EnglishMeeting for creating this lesson.
Our ESL classes/registration might be delayed or canceled due to inclement (bad) weather. More information in our older posts.