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Learning Technology | Nik Peachey

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News and research from around the web

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Interesting and useful collection of links about learning technology and education, curated by Nik Peachey

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St Andrew's Day - November 30

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Reading and listening lesson about St Andrew's Day and the life of St Andrew, the patron saint of Scotland, suitable for Pre-Intermediate English students and above. Browse the menu for more lesson activities about Scotland and other important Scottish festivals such as Hogmanay and Burns Night.

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Halina Ostańkowicz-Bazan's curator insight, November 28, 2013 8:05 AM

Thank you for sharing.

In Poland, Andrzejki, or St. Andrew's Eve is observed on the night of November 29th (St. Andrew's Day is on the 30th of November). This tradition has its roots in the past and is focused on superstitions and fortune telling. Poles who take part in Andrzejki rituals do so for fun rather than to gain insight into their futures, but for those traveling to Poland or those who are interested in Polish culture, the traditions are worth knowing about.

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New Year Celebrations Around The World

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English Lesson activities about New Year Celebrations around the World - lesson resources, online quizzes, word searches, crosswords, worksheets and more...

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Recycling Language in a Dogme Classroom

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Chia Suan Chong « I thought I’d share my favourite ways of recycling language (which I’ve, of course, stolen and adapted from all the wonderful teachers and colleagues around me)...

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