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History Lovers Club May 10
Teachers on Spring Break, circa 1910. More photos:
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TEA & At work May 10
5 perfect games to facilitate your students‘ retention of vocab and grammar points via
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TEA & At work Dec 31
Happy New Year from At work! We wish you all a happy and successful 2019 – does anyone have any New Years’ resolutions?
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TEA & At work Dec 25
Merry Christmas to all our readers from At work!
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TEA & At work Nov 7
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TEA & At work Oct 26
Happy 155th Birthday to the English F.A.! Many German players have made their mark in England; including Thomas Hitzlsperger, Didi Hamann, Michael Ballack and Jurgen Klinsmann. Now, there’s this man: (Not the real Kloppo!)
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TEA & At work Oct 24
Is ‘sneakers’ really the most popular word for ‘trainers’ in American English? This article takes a look at some important linguistic questions from ‘across the pond’ in the U.S.A. Read more here:
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TEA & At work Oct 22
is not the only festival this month. Trade in your lederhosen and dirndl for a pair of Robin Hood’s tights! It’s time to teach your students about Nottingham’s with this fantastic worksheet:
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TEA & At work Oct 19
Introducing Katie - a young Brit who's just moved to Berlin. Share how she gets to grips with German life with your students and watch their intercultural communicative competences skyrocket:
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Steffi Müller Oct 18
Unsere Tochter berichtet stolz, was sie im Englischunterricht gelernt hat: „Der Hund heißt dog, die Katze heißt cat und das Pferd heißt Horst!“
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TEA & At work Oct 15
Scone (pronounced cone) or (pronounced gone)? This article takes a look at a classic sociolinguistic question:
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TEA & At work Oct 11
in 1854, Irish author Oscar Wilde was born in Dublin. Is his final theatrical piece, ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, perhaps his best?
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TEA & At work Oct 9
in 1940, John Lennon was born. discusses German recordings of two Beatles’ songs here – could your students think-up better translations?
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TEA & At work Oct 5
Happy World Teachers Day from all of us at At work!
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TEA & At work Oct 3
in 1863, President Lincoln proclaimed that the last Thursday of November would be used to celebrate Thanksgiving, perhaps now America’s biggest holiday! Get your students up to speed before next month:
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TEA & At work Oct 2
‘A picture paints a thousand words’. Do all these words give the correct diagnosis of an event or can they lead us in the wrong direction? The Columbia Journalism Review investigated:
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TEA & At work Sep 10
Happy ! Why not take part in the exchanging of ideas and register for one of our English Fachtage today? Follow this link to view our upcoming events:
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TEA & At work Sep 4
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TEA & At work Aug 28
55 years since made his speech in Washington D.C. Just how did he make American history?
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TEA & At work Aug 28
55 years since made his speech in Washington D.C. Just how did he make American history?
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